Monday 28 April 2008

Quote of The Day (28/04/08)

'All our sense organs function in response to the geometrical or proportional - not quantitative - differences inherent in the stimuli they receive. For example, when we smell a rose we are not responding to the chemical substances of its perfume, but instead the geometry of their molecular construction. That is to say, any chemical substance that is bonded together in the same geometry as that of the rose will smell as sweet. Similarly, we do not hear simple quantitative differences in sound wave frequencies, but rather the logorithmic, proportional differences in sound wave frequencies, logarithmic expansion being the basis of the geometry of spirals.'
Robert Lawlor: 'Sacred Geometry.'

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