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Holons, Singularity and Topology

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Uploaded on Dec 19, 2007

Holons are wholes composed of hierarchic parts. The holon has a "self-assertiveness tendency" (wholeness) as well as an "integrative tendency"(part) .This duality is similar to the particle/wave duality of light. (Koestler, 1967). It's a interesting theory but how is that physically or energetically possible? In this movie a engineering concept is given how a single non-breakable membrane can create such holons, which are multi-layered topological spaces. This happens with a penetration process, called a pelastration. Holons are then sub-sets (entanglements, knotting) of the total membrane, and each type will have its unique structure and frequencies. They are like bells with a clapper and a cup. In topological holons a part of the neutral dynamic energy of the membrane is converted - locally - in specific "retarded" energy, which is structured in two parts ( which make a union of two parts but will act as a unity ). More on http://www.mu6.com/holon_creation.html

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