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Jul 072011
 

According to modern science, most higher forms of life begin when a sperm fertilizes an egg. This picture shows a single sperm just touching the surface of an egg.

A sperm consists of a spherical or elliptical main body

with a long, thin, approximately conical tail trailing out behind it.

An egg has an approximately spherical shape.

According to Happeh Theory, all living things can be treated as if they are constructed from eggs and sperms. Or more properly, from egg shapes and sperm shapes. This post focuses on a creature called a Sea Anemone to prove that point. The following picture shows an example Sea Anemone.

A Sea Anemone consists of a main base of approximately cylindrical shape,

with a large number of tendrils reaching out from the base.

The next picture compares an egg with multiple sperms attempting to penetrate it to the Sea Anemone.

A Sea Anemone looks like it could be described as a large number of sperm shaped objects bunched together. The heads of all of the sperm objects are the main body of the Sea Anemone, while the tails of each sperm object are the tendrils of the Sea Anemone.

That construction can be shown more clearly using a flat type of Sea Anemone like this one.

This picture contains a large drawing of a sperm.

The next picture shows seventeen of those single sperm objects arranged in a radial pattern with the heads pointing towards the center and the tails pointing out from the center.

And this picture compares the flat Sea Anemone to the object created from individual sperms.

Next is a close up picture of the tendrils of a Sea Anemone.

The tendrils of a Sea Anemone also have a sperm shape. The top of each tendril is approximately spherical like the top of a sperm,

And there is a comparatively long, cylindrically shaped tail trailing underneath the head.

Every picture in this blog post confirms that Sea Anemones look like a collection of sperm shaped objects bunched together, which supports the claim by Happeh Theory that all living creatures are constructed from egg and sperm shapes.

Here are some additional Sea Anemone images to peruse.

 

Jul 032011
 

The material in this blog entry is a rough draft a chapter from a book that was started years ago. The material is primitive and incomplete.

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The Two Snakes View of the body is the next in the natural progression of this series of chapters that describe the human body as fibers emanating from the head.

The first way to model those fibers emanating from the head and traveling down through the body used a jelly fish to help with visualization.

The head of the jellyfish corresponds to the human head, and the tentacles of the jellyfish correspond to the threads that compose the human body. The threads in the human body could then be visualized as behaving in the same way the tentacles of a jellyfish move about independently in real life or a video.

Visualizing all of those miniscule threads simultaneously is difficult. For that reason The Octopus View Of The Human Body as created. An octopus only has eight legs,

which is much easier to visualize than the multitude of tentacles of a jellyfish.

As with The Jelly Fish View Of The Human Body, the head of the octopus is compared to the human head, and the eight legs of the octopus are spread out over the body in the configuration shown in this picture.

If the number of fibers used to represent the infinite number of fibers within the human body was reduced to even less than eight, the difficulty of visualizing that theoretical model would be even reduced even more.

The Two Snakes View Of The Human Body does just that. It represents the infinite number of fibers within the human body with only two very large fibers that can be visualized as behaving like snakes.

A snake is similar to both a jelly fish and an octopus. All three creatures have a relatively large head with a trailing long body behind it. Even though the body of a snake is so thick it may not seem like a fiber, it still fits the definition of a fiber.

This picture compares a cobra snake, a jelly fish, and an octopus so the similarity of the “large head with a long trailing body” similarity of body structure can be easily seen.

 

Replacing the human body with a jelly fish, an octopus, and two snakes, was not done without justification.

All of the named theoretical models of the human body are based on the Happeh Theory concept that the modern human body still retains characteristics of all the creatures on the path of evolution. At one time in the past, the human body actually was a jelly fish, an octopus, and a snake, so of course the modern human body can still behave in the manner of those creatures from it’s past evolution.

If the purpose of creating these theoretical models is to reduce the complexity, then why not represent the human body with just one snake body? 

 

 While the human body could be represented by one snake body to make certain points about the behavior of the human body, there are some behaviors of the human body that one snake body cannot model properly. Those behaviors require at least two or more of any object to be properly modeled.

 The next picture shows two colored areas that demonstrate one of the ways that two snakes can be used to represent the human body.

 

It is not a coincidence those two colored areas vaguely resemble the shape of a cobra snake.

 

The shape of the human head is similar to the shape of the cobra head,

 

the shape on the human torso looks similar to the shape of the hood of the cobra,

 

and the shape of the legs of the human body resembles the shape of the cobra’s tail.

 

Jul 032011
 

A hot air balloon is a vehicle used to transport cargo through the air. Hot air is lighter than cold air. When the balloon is filled with hot air, it floats in the surrounding colder air. The drawing below demonstrates a simple hot air balloon.

The brown sphere is the sack the holds the hot air. The yellow object at the bottom is the cargo basket where the people or cargo ride. The red lines are the ropes that hold the cargo basket to the to the balloon.

A hot air balloon resembles both the jelly fish and the octopus from the previous chapters.

In the picture above, the top of the jelly fish, the hot air balloon, and the octopus are generally spherically shaped objects. The top of the jelly fish, the hot air balloon, and the octopus all have fibers hanging down below them.

Previous chapters described why a jelly fish and an octopus are similar to the human body. The previous comparison picture demonstrated that a hot air balloon is like a jelly fish or an octopus. Therefore, it is valid to describe a hot air balloon as being similar to the human body.

The top of the hot air balloon corresponds to the head. The anchor ropes correspond to the fibers that emanate from the head to create and control the body.

The Hot Air Balloon View of the body provides a familiar way to describe the concept of grounding. A person who is grounded is emotionally and mentally calm.

The anchor ropes on a hot air balloon hold the balloon so that it cannot float away. When the balloon is anchored to the ground, the word “grounded” would factually describe the state of the balloon. If the anchor ropes are released so that the balloon begins to float, the hot air balloon is no longer on the ground. It is “not grounded”.

Because it has been stated that a hot air balloon is equivalent to the human body, the human body can replace the hot air balloon in the previous picture.

Something about this picture is not right. Human beings do not float in the air. If a human being is not grounded, something other than floating in the air must be happening to the person.

The ropes anchoring the hot air balloon to the ground are equivalent to the fibers that emanate from the head to create the body. Therefore, the fibers emanating from the head and traveling to the feet can be said to anchor the head to the ground.

In order for the balloon to leave the ground, the ropes anchoring the balloon must be released from the ground. Therefore, a human being who is not grounded can be defined, using this theoretical model, as a human being in
which the fibers emanating from the head no longer touch the ground.

The head was previously described as behaving like a roll up reel for the fibers. When a person loses their ground, the process can be described as the fibers composing the body and being wound back up on to the reels in the head. The amount of the length of the fibers that were reeled back into the head would correspond to the severity of the person’s loss of ground.

This visual image can be used to describe why not being grounded is associated with mental and emotional problems. As the fibers in the body are rolled back up into the head, the mass of fibers on the reels would get larger and larger. The head would become cramped and crowded from the extra mass of fibers.

Using this theoretical model, the mental and emotional problems of a person who is not grounded would be due to the large mass of excess fibers inside of the head putting unhealthy pressure on the brain.

Jun 222011
 

According to Happeh Theory, the human body can behave like a pyramid. That claim is not unique to Happeh Theory. Various cultures throughout human history have known about the pyramid within the human body.

A strong pyramid within the body is associated with a strong and healthy mind and physique. Because of that fact, most human cultures developed various physical exercises and/or rituals whose purpose was to develop and which in turn would strengthen the entire tribe or group.

One group that is aware of the pyramid within the human body is the Muslim religion. The Muslim religion is well known for the unique way it’s members pray, which involves getting down on their knees with their feet behind them and sitting on their legs.

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Just sitting in that posture develops and strengthens the pyramid within the body. The reason why is shown in the next picture.

 

A human body sitting in the Muslim religion forms a pyramid shape. The folded legs form the base of the pyramid.

 

A line drawn upwards from the center of that base line,

contacts the head at approximately eye height as shown next.

A pyramid shape is then formed by connecting the ends of the base to the point at eye level,

 

The way a particular person looks in the Muslim prayer posture can be used as an indicator of the strength of the pyramid within their body. The pyramid within the body of the example individual is very strong because the shape of the pyramid is a proper pyramid shape, with the peak of the pyramid centered over the base of the pyramid.

If the man’s head was moved forwards for instance, the pyramid would look something like the pyramid in the next picture.

 

Anybody looking at the pyramid in the picture above knows there is something wrong with it, even if they don’t know anything about geometry or the properties of pyramids. That pyramid instinctively feels wrong, and since the pyramid is representing the human body, the human body would be weak and most likely have various problems associated with it.

When Muslims actually pray, the lean forwards to press their head and hands on the ground as the man on the left side of the picture is in the act of doing.

 

Another way to gauge the strength of the pyramid within the body is to observe a human body as it makes the Muslim praying motion. If the pyramid is strong, as it is in the example man’s body, the shape of the pyramid will remain a proper pyramid shape throughout the entire prayer movement.

The pyramid in the next picture highlights how the example man’s pyramid does look like a proper pyramid, indicating he has a strong and health body and mind.

 

The pyramid on this example individual is using the center of the head instead of the eyes as the peak of the pyramid. One reason why is because when the man on the left performs the praying motion, his body exhibits a curved shape instead of the upright shape of the man on the right.

Any human being can strengthen the pyramid within their body by performing the Muslim prayer motion or sitting in the Muslim prayer posture. It is not necessary to be a member of the religion or to have any particular mental beliefs. It is the physical posture and physical motions of the Muslim prayer posture and motion that develops and strengthens the pyramid within the human body.

Individuals who are truly interested in this subject and are curious about the details of what “A strong and healthy mind and body associated with a strong pyramid within the body” means, will want to examine the back of the head of the man on the right.

 

The back of the individual’s head has a very definite angled shape, with a very definite flat back.

That strong defined look to the back of the head is one of the outwardly visible changes that are produced by developing and strengthening the pyramid within the human body.

May 272011
 

The purpose of this series of blog entries is to prove anyone can create anything. Many people who are exposed to Happeh Theory feel it cannot be treated seriously because the creator is not the type of individual that generates unquestioning trust in others the way others seem to give scientists with degrees unquestioning trust.

It is hoped that the examples of regular people creating or inventing things will give confidence to the individual who doubts Happeh Theory. If regular people in these examples can produce creations that scientists agree are worthwhile and valid, the reader must admit it is entirely within the realm of possibility that the claims of Happeh Theory will eventually be validated by scientists as well.

The news article that is the subject of this blog entry is about a 22 year old student who solved an astrophysics problem “that has puzzled astronomers for decades”.

If this boy has discovered something that has puzzled astronomers for decades, then why couldn’t the creator of Happeh Theory have discovered something that has previously puzzled scientists?

The original news story is reprinted below.

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A 22-year-old Australian university student has solved a problem which has puzzled astrophysicists for decades, discovering part of the so-called “missing mass” of the universe during her summer break.

Undergraduate Amelia Fraser-McKelvie made the breakthrough during a holiday internship with a team at Monash University’s School of Physics, locating the mystery material within vast structures called “filaments of galaxies”.

Monash astrophysicist Dr Kevin Pimbblet explained that scientists had previously detected matter that was present in the early history of the universe but that could not now be located.

“There is missing mass, ordinary mass not dark mass … It’s missing to the present day,” Pimbblet told AFP.

“We don’t know where it went. Now we do know where it went because that’s what Amelia found.”

Fraser-McKelvie, an aerospace engineering and science student, was able to confirm after a targeted X-ray search for the mystery mass that it had moved to the “filaments of galaxies”, which stretch across enormous expanses of space.

Pimbblet’s earlier work had suggested the filaments as a possible location for the “missing” matter, thought to be low in density but high in temperature.

Pimbblet said astrophysicists had known about the “missing” mass for the past two decades, but the technology needed to pinpoint its location had only become available in recent years.

He said the discovery could drive the construction of new telescopes designed to specifically study the mass.

Pimbblet admitted the discovery was primarily academic, but he said previous physics research had led to the development of diverse other technologies.

“Whenever I speak to people who have influence, politicians and so on, they sometimes ask me ‘Why should I invest in physics pure research?’. And I sometimes say to them: ‘Do you use a mobile phone? Some of that technology came about by black hole research’.

“The pure research has knock-on effects to the whole society which are sometimes difficult to anticipate.”