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From Trevor (via Jenny) [Jan. 9th, 2007|08:37 am]
Bob Bain
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I think analysing the market and all that sounds very interesting indeed. The way money moves is dependent on people's feelings, expectations, moods, confidence etc. So you'd be looking at the zeitgiest (spelling uncertain). Trevor

I spoke to Trevor for about an hour and a half via Skype on Friday evening and am left now with about 40 Euro cents. The cost on Friday was about 2 Euros.

Here's some links relating to the idea of an infinity (previously mentioned)


A Mathematician's View

As many musicians and electronics enthusiasts know, "...the harmonic nature of...music demonstrates the great harmony of creation." (See Macaulay quotation, above.) Every musical pulse is made up of the sum of many pure sine-wave tones; an ordinary "square wave" is made up of many odd harmonics, and, by extrapolation, a truly infinite pulse would consist of a sum of all possible pure tones.

The Fourier Transform of ALL-THERE-IS, is a single pulse of infinite intensity and infinitesimal duration at the start of time - at creation. This suggests that the Big Bang unfolds the modern physicist's model of creation from an exquisitely singular and intense pulse that may be mathematically equivalent to Abraham's DEFINITION of the One-God.

If the universe is limited in extent and duration, then its ultimate source must be less than omnipotent. Thus the presumption of ONE exquisitely Infinite source demands that the universe be infinite, open and eternal. The Singular Pulse may be the Kabbalist's "line" (Qav) that extends from the "creation-contraction" (ZimZum) into All-There-Is. Abraham's definition of the One-God and our modern understanding of this universe may well be based on the same fundamental principles.


Brahman (Devanagari: ब्रह्म, Tamil: ப்ரம்மம் ) is the concept of the Godhead found in Hinduism. Brahman is the unchanging, infinite, immanent, and transcendent reality which is the Divine Ground of all things in this universe.

Zeitgeist ?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zeitgeist (the spirit of the time)

Although the study period hasn't commenced I've read Topic 1 being an "Introduction to Technical Analysis" and Topic 2 being "Dow Theory" (skipping the detailed study of Australian Bull and Bear markets based on old ASX indices) and am reading through Topic 3 relating to short term trends using bar charts.

Plod on. The weather is more comfortable. I have a "consultation" this evening. I'll probably be told I should sign up with Centrelink (as I was previously) but at the moment I have a budget which takes me to October 2007. As I get older the wise use of money and time is important.