Stalking. The Wild. Pendulum. On the Mechanics of Consciousness. ITZHAK BENTOV. BOOKS. Destiny Books. Rochester, Vermont. In his exciting and original view of the universe, Itzhak Bentov has provided a new perspective on human consciousness and its limitless possibilities. Widely. Itzhak “Ben” Bentov (also Ben-Tov) (Hebrew: יצחק בנטוב ) (August 9, – May 25, ) was In his book, Stalking the Wild Pendulum: On the Mechanics of Consciousness, he wrote that “consciousness permeates everything.”.
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Classical ‘science’s’ great deign to feign: Let us view the pendulum bob as a mathematical pointthat is, a point that is too small to be measured a dimensionless point and follow its progress as it slows down. They are problematic classicisms borne on Classical Thing-king Methods!
Uriah Kriegel – – The Monist 87 2: Bentlv the Wild Pendulum: Bentov certainly has a prolific imagination, and this book does a decent job of giving us a taste. My expanding and evolving book!
Add multi- and thogonal gifs. Other exemplars are Einstein’s stoppability of time at light speed while Planck’s clock keeps ticking, and Dirac’s zeroing of h-bar q to classically stop quantum reality’s absolute semper fluxio.
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Staling people seem to have a speaking grasp of quantum physics and its implications. Absolutely animate, absolutely changing EIMA. Consciousness, Quantum Physics, and the Fifth Dimension.
He had a chemistry lab, penduulm had an electronics lab, he had a miller so he could mill and shape steel or wood or plastic, he had an extruder so he could work with polymers. If we analyze the events taking place at the zero point from the point of view of quantum mechanicswe get a different picture.
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But Stalking the Wild Pendulum reads less like a scientific treatise and more like an adventure of the mind. May 11, Michelle rated it really liked it Recommended to Michelle by: Whatings happenings whenings we subtract q Earth’s axial rotation, Earth’s orbital motion countless ephemera involved hereand our Solar system’s Milky Way orbital motion again, ephemera?
Allow it to swing normal to train’s direction of motion. Physicists would say Bentov’s pendulum’s reference frame has “zero momentum. Add red text update. Especially when I see an “accident bubble” rolling down the street!
Like the clock, consciousness oscillates between motion and rest. Can you see how classical analytics induced Bentov’s zeroes and infinities? This information is not taught in schools and is somewhat counter to they way our culture views pejdulum.
Were they acting as bosons, our issues of stoppability would take on a different hue: Aug 17, Jennifer rated it it was amazing. Amazing book, itzhak uses many drawings in this book which for have help facilitate my understanding of the mechanics of consciousness during spiritual experience.
Put our pendulum on a train moving at say kilometers per hour. Both men were driven by a simple, almost obsessive desire to learn the inner workings of things. His insights into consciousness are extremely deep and well thought out.
Imagine any point fuzzon in said hologram.
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Too often books on these subjects plunge headlong into the abyss of mysticism,faith healing and ranting Utopian ideals,this however is pendhlum much more serious effort at explaining the mechanics of consciousness.
It is very clear concise and readable,though the diagrams could have been better. The laws of classical mechanics tell us that at the penudlum of rest the acceleration of the body is maximum; its potential energy is maximum; its velocity is zero; and the time required for changing the velocity of the pendulum is zero.
Atoms, their nuclei, and electrons are individually perpetual fermions and as individual atomic systems adiabatic. Lists with This Book. Should you still be worshiping in classicism’s SOMland of stux sux? Regarded by his colleagues as a bonafide genius, Bentov was something of a scientific savant, salking never received much in the way of formal education, scientific or otherwise.