View Full Version : Are you hip with superstrings?
12-12-2002, 07:18 PM
For a few years before i tried DMT I became a little obsessed with string theory physics. Are people familiar with the theory? My own personal belief, before I took DMT, was that the drug was going to allow me insight into the other dimensions implied by the theory. However, after my trip I lost all interest not only in string theory, but in science in general. it's a very interesting theory, but compared to the wonder of what's really going on here, all science is inconsequential.
12-13-2002, 06:00 AM
There is no way to compare a psychedelic experience with any thought experiment.
I to this day have a very strong interest in quantum mechanics, of which sting theory is a part, and astrophysics.
12-14-2002, 12:04 AM
I know a bit about String Theory, but what is Sting Theory?
12-14-2002, 03:23 AM
My understanding is the theory cannot be tested (string theory, that is). It would require very, very large subatomic particle colliders, or whatever you call those things.
Sting theory, as I understand it, is concerned with Sting: his life, his works.
12-14-2002, 05:07 AM
String Theory was the collected woks of Strung String a former SS officer in Nazi's office of Strategic Yarn. After the war he spent the remainder of his time working on developing the 43,200 possibilities to lace parallel six hole shoes.
Of course there is another String Theory of the sub quantum world which supposes an eleven dimension view. As someone who has a tough time adequately explaining four dimension curved space-time, I will have to let someone else try to explain that String Theory.
12-15-2002, 06:21 AM
Actually there is a Sting Godhead Conspirancy Theory that claims all entities, vibrational forces, and otherwise otherworldly dimensions came into being in 1980, near the time of release of Zenyatta Mondatta.* A strange, gas-like entity/substance can be seen emanating from Sting's head, in several of the videos from that era.
Closer examamination of his haircut showed highly irregular results--not those matching ordinary
Dr. W. C. Levengood had this to say about Sting's punkish haircut:
"The affected hairs have components which suggest the involvement of rapid air movement, ionization, electric fields and transient high temperatures combined with an oxidizing atmosphere. One naturally occurring and organized force incorporating each of these features is an ion plasma vortex, one very high energy example being a lightning charge."
*Not a Pink Floyd reference.
String theory? OK, I won't be so presumptuous to think I could explain string theory in a post but perhaps this may help: For a time, we believed we could describe the fabric of space by envisioning subatomic particles as teeny tiny standing waves, interacting to create a kind of "ryhthm" if you will--sort of a "buzz" between the bouncing balls. If you then look at these rhythms and replace with the word "ribbons" you can then visualize the ribbons or "strings" as a mesh of interaction, eventually forming a kind of pattern. The pattern is all energy, twisting and turning a billion times over; sometimes a "loop" occurs and encloses the interaction or the "buzzing," so that mass is "created." If enough couplings occur, the loops are stengthened and grow a kind of framework so that a group of these loops can solidify and a "dimension" comes into existence. Many and most of these dimensions are buried way deep in the quantum soup and are easily untied and popped back into the mush. Many phyicists refer to these strengthened loops as "membranes." A recently published book called "The Elegant Universe" does a good job of explaining string theory for the layman. Another one is "The Dance of the Wu-Lai Masters" pubished some time ago. Hope this helps somebody but keep in mind that I probably don't know what the hell I am talking about! But then again, who does?
01-15-2003, 08:03 PM
Sting theory I believe is the highly convoluted musical art of playing jazz that doesn't actually swing, this type of music can induce dream like sequences of expensive english cars in the listener. In extreme cases the listener is actually has the experience of being transformed into the car, often awaking naked, smelling of motor oil, walnut dashboard fascia and genuine leather upholstry.
01-16-2003, 04:10 AM
"…A recently published book called "The Elegant Universe" does a good job of explaining string theory for the layman. Another one is "The Dance of the Wu-Lai Masters" published some time ago…"
Both of these books chi mentions are quite good, and I would too recommend them.
02-12-2003, 07:55 AM
Originally posted by Argon Steele:
For a few years before i tried DMT I became a little obsessed with string theory physics. Are people familiar with the theory? My own personal belief, before I took DMT, was that the drug was going to allow me insight into the other dimensions implied by the theory. However, after my trip I lost all interest not only in string theory, but in science in general. it's a very interesting theory, but compared to the wonder of what's really going on here, all science is inconsequential.My feelings exactly, there are so much and amazing going on, that sometimes the infinite possibilities of existence, scares me.
Some times I think is futile to try to understand it, perhaps our task is just to witness it with in awe.
02-26-2003, 05:00 AM
I read both those books. Wu Li Masters was much more accessible to the average bear than Elegant Universe. I'd read a couple of pages and then fall asleep! I recommend you read it once over lightly just to get the idea and then go back and reread for assimilation.
Seems like we keep returning to the principles of the Rig Ved - it's all vibrations.
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