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1. Biology. Similarity in
form, as in organisms of different ancestry.
2. Mathematics. A one-to-one
correspondence between the elements of two sets such that the result of
an operation on elements of one set corresponds to the result of the analogous
operation on their images in the other set.
3. A close similarity in
the crystalline structure of two or more substances of similar chemical
Cities and City Life
The cities of the world are
concentric, isomorphic, synchronic.
Only one exists and you are always in the same one. It's the effect of
their permanent revolution, their intense
circulation, their instantaneous magnetism.
Baudrillard (b. 1929), French semiologist. _Cool Memories_,
ch. 3 (1987; tr. 1990).
book _Godel, Escher
& Bach - The Eternal Golden Braid_ by Douglas Hofstader
track _Olivine_ MP3
In _Gödel, Escher,
Bach_, Douglas R. Hofstadter defines an isomorphism as “an information
preserving transformation.” His deeper definition is: “The word ‘isomorphism’
applies when two complex structures can be mapped onto each other, in such
a way that to each part of one structure there is a corresponding part
in the other structure, where ‘corresponding’ means that the two parts
play similar roles in their respective structures.” In trying to find an
isomorphism between Hebrew and DNA
structuring, I decided to start by studying the isomorphisms already noticed
between DNA and the ancient Chinese system of divination, the I
Ching. In recent years, there have been many books which successfully
establish very detailed isomorphic maps between the 64 hexagrams (or kua)
of the I Ching and the 64 codons which compose the complete genetic code."
~_Occult Genetic Code_ by
When we recognize something,
we energize the portions of our luminous sphere which match the incoming
energy meeting our assemblage point. We resurrect memories
as isomorphisms to incoming energy, and we call that perception.
Our perception assembles clusters of isomorphisms, which are then clustered
together into larger isomorphisms, which we call situations. Situations
are then clustered into reality.
Vortices in our energy constantly check to make sure these isomorphisms
match. When they do, we feel our perceptions to be true. When they don't
match, a wavering, vacillating uncertainty
enters these vortices, identifying a better match, or in cases of denial,
a tightening of the badly matching vortex.
- _Mappinig Awareness_ by