The Cone of Perception 4th Edition Released

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I write this introduction with much work already completed in this 4th Edition of The Cone of Perception, primarily to frame the work and touch on what might be missing from it. Namely → though it is hardly lacking these, I’d like to add a few insights about the content of the work and its relevance to the subject and future technology. Why is this work still relevant? How can you use it in your wor/subject/area/field, and how am I supposed to read all of these equations?!!

 

This work is relevant, because is shows us that what we may have thought impossible is phenomenological and actualized. That there are, compressed within simple formulations of geometry and parameters of spatio-temporal experiencing, really a complex harmony of relations, coefficients, hexadecimal coefficients, equilibrium, dynamics, resonances, all of which are alternating with each other in a dance of higher dimensionality through many balancing solutions. All of this, and infinitely more is going on between the distance from me to you, and between each particle in between us.

 

You can use this in your life, work, or area of study, practically no matter what it is that you study, because these equations and insights apply to the fundament of the fabric of reality that we all share and live and the consciousness of it. Whether you are a physicists or a monk, these equations reveal answers and are the answers for the eternal questions of nature and reality.

 

Harmony with number, visual forms, etc. are a new language. Why have questions about God been so hard to express? Words don’t always do justice to the potents of philosophical debate. Much magic mystery and magic have been neglected because of this, but math, equations, visualizations, etc. can do more to reveal insights and converse on topics philosophers have been seeking for ages.

 

Also, this book reveals that what science is currently doing with particle accelerators, while offering its own set of insights, may actually be less productive, wasteful, unnecessary and dangerous that we think.

 

What The Cone of Perception offers is a mental micro/macroscope that will lead you on a journey from what is currently smaller than what physicists currently believe is the smallest mass/time unit all the way out to numbers and equations so large that they are not allowed by God for us to currently visualize their form. The Cone of Perception has revealed that there are particles of the photo electric effects with mass smaller than the quantum foam.

 

That is a revelation that ought turn the obtuse world of physics on its head. There are many other section in The Cone of Perception all with equally revolutionary material. This work is meant to revolutionize the current perception of the physical world. These equations are useful to those who study dynamics, seek understanding of balance, and those who seek visualizations, mystery and empirical proof of metaphysics and magic in this world.

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The Cone Article 1: Geometry and Algebra that Lead to Computationally Transcendental Phenomena

Over the past four years, I have been doing in-depth research into the system of a circle’s transforming through a cone into a line that is orthogonal (at ninety degrees) to the initial circle. I have illustrated this transformation below. It is not drawn to scale. I have also found that this system is a seemingly simple one that holds, “folded” up within it, an immense wealth of beauty, complexity, and application.

Transformation of a Circle into a Cone by Parker Emmerson

Transformation of a Circle into a Cone by Parker Emmerson


If you imagine removing an arc length from a circle’s circumference, you could use the remaining length to construct a smaller circle. It just so happens that when you remove half of the circumference of a circle and use the remaining length to construct the circumference of a smaller circle, the resulting circle has a radius that is half the size of the radius of the initial circle.

The function is expressed as Circumference1-Circumference2 = π(Diameter1) – π(Diameter2) = 2πr – 2πx = θr = s = arc length. In essence, the difference in the circumferences of two circles equals an arc length of the initial circle. The initial circle is the circle whose radius is r. After more introspection, one can say that the difference in the circumference of the two circles is equal to an arc length of the “changed” circle (that circle whose radius is x), but for now, we will stick with the premise that the difference in the circumferences of two circles equals an arc length of the initial circle, which can be proven through Euclidean geometry.

We can calculate the height of the cone in terms of the Pythagorean theorem. This is written as:

Initial Radius of Circle = Hypotenuse of Right Triangle within Right Cone

Therefore,

r^2 = (base of cone)^2 + (height of cone)^2 = x^2 + h^2 = r^2

I calculate the base of the cone to be: x = sqrt(r^2 – h^2)

I then substitute the solution for the base of the cone, x into the equation:

Circumference1-Circumference2 = π(Diameter1) – π(Diameter2) = 2πr – 2πx = θr = s = arc length, which yields,

2πr – 2πx = 2πr – 2π(sqrt(r^2 – h^2)) = θr

The Difference in Circumferences of Two Circles Appied to the Pythagorean Theorem

The Difference in Circumferences of Two Circles Applied to the Pythagorean Theorem

Solving that equation for h, we get:

h = (sqrt(4(Pi)(r^2)θ – (r^2)(θ^2)))/(2(Pi))

We also know that the height of the cone can be calculated using trigonometry as

h = rSin(β), where β is the angle opposite the hypotenuse.

Therefore,

h = (sqrt(4(Pi)(r^2)θ – (r^2)(θ^2)))/(2(Pi)) = rSin(β)

The height of a cone in terms of the system of a difference in circumferences of two circles

The height of a cone in terms of the system of a difference in circumferences of two circles. The height of a cone in terms of the trigonometric function, sine.

We can then apply something called the Lorentz Coefficient (Lorentz Factor) in such a way that it cancels out with itself. However, when we use the exact speed of light in scientific notation, and only in scientific notation, we can compute a solution to the velocity variable, v, within the Lorentz Factor, which should cancel out with itself.

Application of the Lorentz Factor to the Height of a Cone in Such a Way that it Cancels out with Itself (Solution of Phenomenological-Transcendental-Computational Velocity by Parker Emmerson)

Application of the Lorentz Factor to the Height of a Cone in Such a Way that it Cancels out with Itself (Solution of Phenomenological-Transcendental-Computational Velocity by Parker Emmerson)

What does this imply for the nature of our reality? The fact that something ought not be, but is, is sort of akin to the idea of something from nothing. This system has spiritual implications, and I will let you ponder them, while moving onto one of the other prominent mysteries within the system for the next article.

The “Transcendentally-Computational-Phenomenological” velocity solution yields beautiful diagrams like:

"Tulip Shell" Black Background, "Phenomenological, computed velocity" by Parker Emmerson

"Tulip Shell" Black Background, "Phenomenological, computed velocity" by Parker Emmerson from A Geometric Pattern of Perception Theorems

As well as a free wealth of these available at:

http://parkeremmerson.com/portfolio-of-art-from-equations/

and

http://www.scribd.com/mathangle

Please see the “Perception and Geometry” collection under the collections section of that user’s profile.

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