Quantum Web Objects
It’s a mouthful, but it’s real. We can’t see it just yet in full breadth. But we will very soon.
For starters, “quantum” is word that is bandied about more and more these days, without much anchoring in what “it” actually is.
The best way to describe it, at least as a natural set of phenomena, is in the context of torus fields.
Research has shown that we are more than our physical bodies, we are bio-energetic drivers. To be healthy, we must attend to both aspects — the physical and the energetic. We have a body field, a dynamic structure of information that servers as a master control system for the physical body — the Torus Field.
The torus allows a vortex of energy to form which bends back along itself and re-enters itself. It is continuously flowing back into itself. Thus the energy of a torus is continually refreshing itself, and continually influencing itself, along with any particle moving in wave form.
In other words, what is inside, is outward, and what is outward flows back within.
It isn’t. For example, trees have torus fields. People have torus fields. Oceans have torus fields. Per Benoit Mandelbrot and Nikola Tesla, each field is fractal of the larger body of fields. And so on.
Why should we care?
Because if this is the case (and it is), it means that we can design and program web objects in their true metaphysical forms. And in doing so, we can understand our physical natures, and nature itself, in a completely new way. “True to form”, as they say.
Let’s unpack this.
In the world of 2D/3D data and its corresponding visualizations, the goal over the last 40 years has been to show how information can inform decisions, at increasingly faster speeds.
More recently, data has been labelled as “the new oil”. This new oil means that either decisions can be made on-the-fly, or that decisions can’t be made (at least not well) because there is simply too much information coming into purview, all at once.
With Schumpeter Shifts, we are seeing waves of innovation accelerate beyond purely mechanical modalities, into both synthetic and natural modalities. “Big Data”, of course, is the driver of this.
Where 4th wave acceleration happened with petrochemicals and electronics, this “oil slick” has actually instigated a move toward nano- and biotechnology innovations that are becoming “greener”. This suggests there is a glaring tension between the synthetic and natural worlds coming into the 5th wave, and through the 6th wave, which is already in its downcycle.
And herein lies the challenge with Big Data: Can it now represent actual wave form?
In answering this question, we must now look at how data are processed as a science.
The simplest way to understand data science is in signaling.
Signaling is a function of either a rules-based approach in which information substantiates a position or a worldview in the hope of cultivating insights, or, an inference-driven approach in which connections between the objects of information expressed generate insights in and of themselves.
The former relies on semantics, while the latter relies on the natural tensions which emerge when information is generated, whether it is “true” or not.
Given the exaflood of information on the web, we have defaulted to a reliance on semantics. Words have less and less meaning.
Because of this, we cannot truly understand what we cannot see. We cannot see what we need to understand without interacting with information that is represented in a lived experience, or through natural form.
Now we’re getting to the good stuff.
As our friends at ORA have pointed out, there is a ubiquitous disconnect between the three primary domains of data science: data, architecture and visualization.
The main takeaway is that interactivity with data in meaningful ways — in applied ways to make better decisions — is woefully absent from visualization software.
As current signaling approaches suggest, we must be able to see the information for exactly what it is, and interact with it in its natural form. Wave form, to be exact.
ORA, through its ProtoStar system, is this next evolution in data visualization.
Which brings us to the phenomenon of spatial web objects.
It is already the case that we process information through electromagnetic waves by transmitting signals, and transducing them when they reach our senses. This is now happening through 5G networks and cellular devices, more commonly understood as the “Internet of Things” (IoT) or the “Internet of Everything” (IoE).
While this can get us information of some sort in a timely manner, we have little if any awareness of what it is we are actually receiving, and why.
More disconcerting are the effects on our ability to continuously process information because there are many signal distortions that occur in this process, to include the disruptions to our normative biogenetic functions.
In other words, natural waves and particles (torus fields) are distorted such that we do not encounter this information in its purity, nor can we expand upon it with clarity.
What if waves and particles were visually represented as data literally in the quantum realm?
We know that sound waves can be visualized.
We know that light waves can be visualized.
We know that gravity waves can be visualized.
We know that biometrics can be visualized in energy waves.
And we know that the particles in these waves can be parsed out, resorted, and recombined.
We also know that we can represent real world phenomena in their natural states of change, by visualizing their forms in the throughputs of their quantum operations. Or, multi-dimensional, navigable objects.
Now we can see how this is applied in our everyday lives. What was once a land grab for large datasets that could be funneled into web applications, is now a visual universe for understanding and connecting with information as representations of that universe. A universe of waves, and wave forms.
This universe, or the universe, will be organized, expressed and reflected in what this author describes as the upcoming Internet of Waves.
The Internet of Waves
A next paradigm thesis based on the phenomenon of quantum entanglement.
The creator of this universe, Peter Crnokrak, has a doctorate in quantitative genetics, and its chief steward, Stephen Marshall, is a master storyteller.
As Muriel Rukeyser famously stated: “The universe is made of stories, not of atoms”. While this is a half-truth, she was prescient in her observation that stories are the foundation of how we see the world. And with true data visualization based on quantum science, the world can now transform.
In short, the metaphysics or quantum physics of wave forms are now represented as web objects that interact with a person’s information, and that of the surrounding environment.
Imagine now that biometrics isn’t just simply a measurement of electromagnetic impulses, but signals that reflect the body’s movements and relationship to the environment of torus fields. From there, we can get an acute understanding of our own energy, its usage, and its impacts on our bio-ecological processes.
As for the earth-based spatial web objects themselves, constantly capturing them in their true dimensionality is the key. Signals are the interconnected associations we can see in their object orientations, as wave forms entangle, and data represent those entangled forms.
Even more promising is the notion that we no longer have to interpret information strictly through language. This is perhaps the greatest breakthrough, since the semantic web has become a dustbin of largely inaccurate, even useless, information.
In effect, we can “reprogram” our cognitive senses and our intuitive capabilities through natural math and natural language.
Taking this a step further, we might now see the prospects of how this approach to information and learning shapes our perspectives of the world.
Managing the climate is far more than carbon capturing, it is about restoring and protecting the biosphere as a whole.
Managing health and wellness is far more than treating people with medications, it is about nutrition and holistic practices that at once heal and prevent harmful conditions from arising.
Economics isn’t merely a discipline about transacting with resources or assets, but in developing alignments with the natural world, thereby keeping things in measured balance.
Compartmentalized thinking will never take us to better places, and so now we find ourselves at a moment of reconciliation and transformation.
As each transformative representation of natural wave form is fractal of the universe of wave forms, we no longer need to compartmentalize how we think about the world, or how we treat it with our best intentions.
Forging ahead, the prospects are amazing. Earth-based spatial data visualization will help us get to where we need to go.