Hi there. I'm trying to understand Ken Wheelers work partly through using the ferrocell. There's one particular point I'm currently trying to get my head round which I wonder if anyone can help me with?
The ferrocell -having a certain number of LEDs, shows the field pressure mediations in relation to that number of LEDs. I understand that the centripetal and centrifugal movement is going in opposite directions and therefore mediates itself in these curvilinear shapes.
My question is, -is there a distinguishable number of interweavings of these movements in the way that it appears with the LEDs? Or do these movements get ever more finer and finer the closer we would look? -ie -if we could see thousands of LEDs in a circle, would we see ever finer inter weavings?
Nick "...ie -if we could see thousands of LEDs in a circle, would we see ever finer inter weavings?"
Yes. Think of each point of light as a pixel 'plane'- whereby the thickness of each plane is proportional to the diameter of the point of light. Thousands of tiny light sources would create a 'cloud' of ellipses or circles.
So, in this example, there are atoms which are forced by the physical movement and disparity of pressures into a distinguishable number of peaks and troughs.
So, if I understood your response correctly -the oppositely 'flowing' pressures in the dielectric/magnetic field dynamically mediate without this number of internal distinguishable 'plattings'. Is that correct?
Do you think my way of trying to think about this is a sign of being stuck in an atomistic way of visualising that simply does not apply in some way to these fields?