. photography & perception .

Mind The Map


It’s time

to swim through

a mind map..

Technically or Theoretically? This is a time in space where the schools of technical analysis and theoretical thinking meet.

Mind map-ing is a very successful and immediate way to convey information without the small talk.


Mind Map: a free-association.. thought-hop, from: one idea to the next.

Mind Map a Theory: A Theory, not expressed with words, but by linking already existing theories/ in a linear structure of ideas.


A Mind Map is not like a story, because it lacks a conclusion.


To see the conclusions,

One needs to step back after receiving the information

and.. see The Forest..

An additional, vitally important element, is perception.

In order to better understand a Mind Map, it is necessary to tune 2 specific points in perception.

One is for the ideas, put in specific order, to yield certain assumptions, until a route, a map, is created.

The other, is to be objective enough as: to see the Line of Thought, yet carry no prior emotion.



are you sure?


The most successful way to be benefited, from any sort of reading, is to assume a position similar to that which the Pythagoreans described

with this image:



There are links on words which unveil the theories,

as well as provide the background info.

Firstthought cloud..

The Möbius strip

or Möbius band

is a surface with only one side and only one boundary component.

The Möbius strip is the configuration space of two un-ordered points on a circle.

Secondthought cloud..


in music theory, the space of all two note chords (known as dyads) takes the shape of a Möbius strip.

This (and generalizations to more points) is a significant application of orbifolds to music theory.


thought cloud..

Its shape/form is endless. If an ant were to crawl along the length of this strip, it would return to its starting point having traversed the entire length of the strip (on both sides) without ever crossing an edge.


If you twist this shape, you get something like a tread-mill. iFone person were to run on one side and another person ran on the other side, these two would never meet. Although, they would be running at the same Time, occupying the same Space.

Therefore, the running, occupying the same space/time, is infinite.


4th thought cloud.. ?


The Möbius strip has several curious properties. A line drawn starting from the seam down the middle will meet back at the seam but at the “other side”. If continued the line will meet the starting point and will be double the length of the original strip. This single continuous curve demonstrates that the Möbius strip has only one boundary.

Would it be so absurd to assume..

there could be 2 parallel timelines, running in the form of a Mobius circle,

simultaneous, same point-in-space occupants.

If so, these two “worlds” could/would never meet.


Worlds of Opposites, indeed.

(Mobius Swans)




Fift(s)h thought*cloud:

interesting fact:

The Euler characteristic of the Möbius strip is zero.



In Euclidean space there are two types of Möbius strips, depending on the direction of the half-twist: clockwise and counterclockwise.. Ha! Force and counter-force.. Every force has a counter-force.. Counter forces are simply the collection of ANY and every, form, which disorients or causes disorder to the universal and natural free order of things.



is the natural order (and not New Order)

of “things”?


VisuaLise it Pythagorean if you like..


It’s all relevant..

* # ? thought ~ cloud:

They say a writer, a painter, a musician, an actor, any form of artist or creator, is a Jedi – because his/her connection to a certain Source. A source? of a force. Perfectly illustrated in Star War(s). The “Force” is and always has been, also will be. foreva 🙂

The Source of the Force is endless, because it is none other than Motion (kinisis).




So if every force is a motion towards natural mathematical “divine proportion” order, then.. counter-force would be the Collection of all the disruptive elements (also seen as discrepancies in time/space order).

In mathematics, discrepancy theory describes the deviation of a situation from the state one would like it to be.

It is also called theory of irregularities of distribution.

This refers to the theme of classical discrepancy theory, namely distributing points in some space such that they are evenly distributed with respect to some (mostly geometrically defined) subsets. The discrepancy (irregularity) measures how far a given distribution deviates from an ideal one.

Discrepancy theory can be described as the study of inevitable irregularities of distributions, in measure-theoretic and combinatorial settings. Just as Ramsey theory elucidates the impossibility of total disorder, discrepancy theory studies the deviations from total uniformity.



Next-er thought*cloud:

This element of physics, counter-force, could be witnessed in daily human life as even the resistance of a thought.

Denial is one of the greatest counter-forces of creativity.

The reason being that Creativity IS a force and blockages, such as denial, work as counter-forces in this case.

Chaotic forces. (?)

It goes without saying that Creation must not be hindered but fueled..

Therefore chaotic factors minimized or eliminated.




A device called a Möbius resistor is an electronic circuit element that has the property of canceling its own inductive reactance.

Nikola Tesla patented similar technology in the early 1900s.

“Coil for Electro Magnets” was intended for use with his system of global transmission of electricity without wires.

Electricity without wires.

Wireless energy transmission.






With the exception of gravitation, electromagnetic phenomena,

as described by quantum electrodynamics,

account for almost all physical phenomena observable to the unaided human senses,

including light and other electromagnetic radiation,

all of chemistry,

most of mechanics (excepting gravitation),

and of course magnetism

and electricity.




An electromagnetic field is a physical field produced by moving electrically charged objects.

It affects the behavior of charged objects in the vicinity of the field.

The electromagnetic field extends indefinitely throughout space and describes the electromagnetic interaction.

It is one of the four fundamental forces of nature (the others are gravitation, the weak interaction, and the strong interaction).



Wireless energy transmission.


Mu wave patterns arise from synchronous and coherent (in phase/constructive) electrical activity of large groups of neurons in the human brain.


Wave patterns

  • Delta is the frequency range up to 4 Hz. It tends to be the highest in amplitude and the slowest waves. It is seen normally in adults in slow wave sleep. It is also seen normally in babies.

  • Theta is the frequency range from 4 Hz to 7 Hz. Theta is seen normally in young children. It may be seen in drowsiness or arousal in older children and adults; it can also be seen in meditation. This range has been associated with reports of relaxed, meditative, and creative states.

  • Alphais the frequency range from 8 to 12 Hz, seen in regions of the head on both sides, higher in amplitude on the dominant side. It emerges with closing of the eyes and with relaxation, and attenuates with eye opening or mental exertion. The posterior basic rhythm is actually slower than 8 Hz in young children (therefore technically in the theta range).

  • Beta is the frequency range from 12 Hz to about 30 Hz. It is seen usually on both sides in symmetrical distribution and is most evident frontally. Beta activity is closely linked to motor behavior and is generally attenuated during active movements. Low amplitude beta with multiple and varying frequencies is often associated with active, busy or anxious thinking and active concentration. Rhythmic beta with a dominant set of frequencies is associated with various pathologies and drug effects, especially benzodiazepines. It may be absent or reduced in areas of cortical damage. It is the dominant rhythm in patients who are alert or anxious or who have their eyes open.

  • Gamma is the frequency range approximately 30–100 Hz. Gamma rhythms are thought to represent binding of different populations of neurons together into a network for the purpose of carrying out a certain cognitive function.


Mu waves

ranging 8–13 Hz.,

and partly overlap with other frequencies.

It reflects the synchronous firing of motor neurons in rest state.


Mu suppression is thought to reflect motor mirror neuron systems, because when an action is observed, the pattern extinguishes, possibly because of the normal neuronal system and the mirror neuron system “go out of sync”, and interfere with each other.




The EEG in REM (rapid eye movement) sleep appears somewhat similar to the awake EEG. Therefore, brain activity, measured electro-magnetically, “appears similar” in REM sleep and in awake Electroencephalography (EEG).




With halogenated anesthetics, a rapid (alpha or low beta), non-reactive EEG pattern is seen over most of the scalp, especially anteriorly —-> in some older terminology this was known as a WAR (widespread anterior rapid) pattern, which contrasted with a WAIS (widespread slow) pattern associated with high doses of opiates.


How about replacing the meaning of WAR (War is an organized, armed, and often a prolonged conflict, usually with high mortality. War should be understood as an actual, intentional and widespread armed conflict between communities, and therefore is defined as a form of violence. An absence of war and other violence, is usually called peace)

with WAR (widespread anterior rapid)





Anesthetic effects on EEG signals are beginning to be understood at the level of drug actions on different kinds of synapses and the circuits that allow synchronized neuronal activity.



Like “synchronized swimming, in a pool of cosmic consciousness..”

sounding like something Huxley would say..








for managing to read

so far.


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