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Holographic resonance as seen by the transitory state of the golgi complex

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posted on 2015-01-01, 00:00 authored by Jack Parry
Holographic resonance as seen by the transitory state of the golgi complex

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Parry Animation Studios

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Melbourne, Vic.

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2015-01-01

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eng

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J2.1 Minor original creative work

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2015, Jack Parry

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The image is a demonstration of the presence of holographic resonance within the nature of eukaryotic cells. The golgi complex is recognised as a structure with recognisable form yet during mitosis the structure dissapears. We suggest that its form is holographic, an interference pattern given rise by the resonant motion of the cellular body.

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