Friday, August 10, 2007

On Mass Attraction & Precession?

Buckminster Fuller stated:

"Mass Attraction and precession
provide the first scientific means
of elucidating social behavior.
When human affect one another
the least thoughtful
goes into local system orbit
around the most thoughtful.
When human tense one another
The least strong
falls into the other,
“Falls” in Love.
When they repel one another physically
The least strong is rocketed
Into remote system orbit."

I do ocasionally share the above “quote” of Bucky, (which some find not easy to grasp). Many who heard it the first time goes: " Huh?"

My interpretation of what Bucky is saying here:

The most thoughtful among us generate an energy field, which can be very powerful, which draws others into orbit around us.

An example?

The Bucky Group!

Through it’s learning activities, it has generated a energy field, just like a magnetic field which attracts people. These people will orbit around it, to learn from it . And if they align their personal agenda with the objectives of the Group, they will stay with the group.

We are often attracted to people who are strong metaphysically, who are knowledgeable, who are thoughtful and has wisdom, without our being aware of it. This is powerful realization.

Bucky showed us, in a sense that the behavioral patterns physical Universe, has its parallels in our human social behavior. The physical Universe may thus be use as METAPHORS as our thinking tools and can serve to help in the understanding of our behavior, our relationships. Which indeed it has been so as observed

Our great thinkers throughout the ages have used examples from Nature to explain things.

Bucky took it one step further. He used the gravitational behavioral patterns of our protons and electrons, our atoms and molecules, to enlighten us on our own social relationship behaviors.

Thus I have used these behavioral patterns of physics, which are the behavioral Principles of Nature and Universe to provide us clues for effective understanding of our relationship to our fellow human beings.

If we use these Principles to guide our action, not easy though, they become powerful tools for our use.

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