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  • The balance between stability and instability in the brain has been linked with intelligence, at least as measured by scores on an IQ test He found that the length of time the children's brains spent in both the stable phase-locked states and the unstable phase-shifting states correlated with their IQ scores.

    New Scientist - Disorderly genius: How chaos drives the brain

  • A shorter time in the stable phase-locked state also corresponded with greater intelligence - with a difference of 1 millisecond adding 4.6 IQ points to a child's score NeuroImage, vol 42, p 1639.

    New Scientist - Disorderly genius: How chaos drives the brain

  • In a 1998 study published in Nature, Francisco and his colleagues in Paris showed for the first time that the human perception of meaningful complex forms (high contrast faces or "Mooney figures") is accompanied by phase-locked, synchronous oscillations in distinct brain regions (Rodriguez et al. 1998).

    Boing Boing: June 24, 2001 - June 30, 2001 Archives

  • Taken together, the two phase-locked waves constitute a full gravitational standing wave in the 4 spatial dimensions of KK 5-space, 3-space and the 5th dimension.

    Chapter 6

  • All three self-pumped conjugate mirrors are further cohered together into a single self-pumped phase conjugate mirror system, phase-locked together by the standing reciprocal wave.

    Chapter 6

  • The major problem, then, is to establish in the Earth the standing EM wave of our frequency choice and a standing, phase-locked mechanical wave in phase with it, so that a standing k-wave and canonical standing t-wave - and hence a standing reciprocating wave - are established in the Earth's sphere.

    Chapter 6

  • A special five-dimensional reciprocating wave where both mechanical and electrical energy are phase-locked together, and varied canonically with time oscillation.

    Chapter 6

  • Thus there is formed a single, phase-locked, oscillating, standing EM/mechanical stress wave in the Earth medium, but this stress wave has no external electromagnetic field or mechanical strain vector.

    Chapter 6

  • From the characteristics of the fundamental quantum, nature itself then forms the phase-locked standing t-wave in inverse phase, completing a standing reciprocating wave in the real Earth.

    Chapter 6

  • Note that our two phase-locked "3-spatial and 5th dimensional stress waves" constitute a stress wave in k-space.

    Chapter 6

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