Enter the subject of symmetry, a quantum law that applies to particles - baulked by some quantum-mechanical behaviours.
Giving scientists a headache.
Nature likes asymmetry better; uniqueness in all fields arises from it. Differences in energy and environmental circumstance create different forms of life; of those forms of life not one is truly identical. Even a snowflake is a solo creation. Grains of sand - they're unique too. As you are, and all those you encounter. All unique beings in unique fields of influence with unique lives to lead.
In fostering our levels of contentment and security, recognition of changing flow is part of the accounting process. Relationships are not static, they shift and may end completely - even after termination point they leave a trail of memories. We don’t have a renormalisation formula for relationships, we account for them on our own terms, in our own way. Information isn't an al a carte kind of thing.
While our field of vision is stuck in a mist between three-dimensional existence and spiritual evolution, we'll find it hard to track the road less travelled. While paths of least resistance are naturally tempting, some journeys are just tough. With questions and conundrums seemingly beyond scale, we're forced to accept, to let go of the desire to drive events towards outcome, and forge a path of our own circumspection.
This lovely thing is the Heliospheric Current Sheet, or 'Ballerina's Skirt', a plasma field streaming from the Sun - scientists estimate it's about 10,000km thick. Positive and negative charge currents hold it together.
Some force draws some relationships together instantly into cyclic events proving validity by persistence, constant reminders, and motivation towards advancement. Friendships forge on all kinds of levels, while neither party can imagine or foresee how events will pan out. Can we say we're learning how to relate to Nature, while there is little if any concrete evidence to support a Grand Unified Theory? But then, we’re riding a wave of growth and development on a pretty extraordinary scale.
Kathy is the author of Quantumology. She met up with quantum mechanics in 1997, pledging allegiance to its sources thereafter. These are her personal thoughts and testimonies.