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The Parallel Organizational Context Potential of the Eye ball and the Earth ball

# The Parallel Organizational Context Potential of the Eye ball and the Earth ball

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Research paper describes briefly how a certain position the human being can assume has a potential in the Cartesian coordinate system. 7pages

Research paper describes briefly how a certain position the human being can assume has a potential in the Cartesian coordinate system. 7pages

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10/24/2012

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# THE PARALLEL ORGANIZATIONAL CONTEXT POTENTIAL OF THE EYE BALL AND THE EARTH BALL By: Dr.

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The Parallel Organizational Context Potential of the Eye ball and the Earth ball
Regarding the Article: - The Eye ball & the Earth ball: Model for inverted planetarium.
The spatial geometry of the eye ball in the knee – head position which bring the eye ball to be in a specific organizational context with the earth ball could shed new light on a potential position may help us to figure out the directions in the celestial sphere and find a new frame and reference point to our universe. The Parallel Organizational Context Potential of the Eye ball and the Earth ball could yield vital clues to understand something about the evolution of structural arrangement of the universe and may support our perception to a fixed direction for our location in the celestial sphere. Embarking on efforts to assemble best evidence to support this new proposition the emphasis on evidence – based facts that find the eye ball is similar to the earth ball (our planet) in shape and tilt and many motions and both can be framed through a spherical coordinate system logically set this arrangement.

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We can assign an arbitrary X, Y, Z, coordinate system in the local frame of the earth: in which the “Z” axe of the earth ball is the rotational axe of the earth and this is sound logic since the “Z” axe is the vertical axe at which the earth ball is rotated in its plane around itself and a round the sun. The Earth equator frame has the X-axis pointed towards the vernal equinox and the Z-axis parallel to the Earth's spin axis towards north. The Earth ecliptic frame has the same X-axis direction but the Z-axis towards the ecliptically north Pole. The Y-axis makes up a 'right-handed' orthogonal set with the Xand Z-axes. For both frames the origin is in the center of the Earth. Similarly the eye ball also assign an arbitrary X, Y, Z coordinate system which is best described by FICK. FICKS AXES: All movements of the globe around the hypothetical center of rotation can be analyzed in terms of a coordinate system with three axes perpendicular to each other and intersecting at the center of rotation. These three axes were described by FICK and bear his name as the X, Y, Z axes of FICK. These axes are stable in relation to a frontal plane (i.e. frontal plane divides the body into back and front, or posterior and anterior portions.) fixed in the skull that corresponds roughly with the equatorial plane of the eye when it is directed straight ahead (Listing plane).
Reference: Page 90, chapter 5, ADLERS Physiology of the eye

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The Eye ball also has a primary position in the globe which is best defined by SCOBEE as…that position of the eyes in binocular vision when, with the head erect, the object of regard is at infinity and lies at the intersection of the sagittal plane (i.e. sagittal plane divides the body into left and right portions) of the head and a horizontal plane passing through the center of rotation of the two eyeballs.
Reference: Page 88, chapter 5, ADLERS Physiology of the eye

The primary position of the earth ball in Cartesian coordinate system is defined with its origin at the earth’s center, is fixed to the earth and the "Z" axis coincides with the earth’s rotation axis. By studying the primary positions of the two balls, we find that the eye ball optic axe which is considered the central axe of the eye ball is the “Y” axe in the coordinate system, and as the planet earth central rotational axe coincides with the “Z” axis in the Cartesian coordinate system, the central axe of the eye ball which is considered the “Y” axe in the coordinate system can be converted to the “Z” axe if we prone the head and body and positioned the head directly facing the earth when the body prone in the knee head position. In this position we may parallel the “Y” axe of the human eye ball with the “Z” axe of the planet earth, and we may say the following regarding our proposition to the two balls in this new organizational context: The Eye ball central axe is “Y” which cope with the “Z” central axe of the Earth in the knee –
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head position, and as the shape of the two balls are similar then; the anterior pole of the eye ball which locates in the center of the cornea is the analogues to the south pole of the planet earth and the posterior pole of the eye ball which locates in the back of the eye ball about 3mm posterior laterally from the optic disc is the analogues of the north pole of the earth. According to the position which the eye can reach in the knee-head position which the human being can assume we say again that: in this position the Anterior Pole of the Eye correspond to the South Pole of the Planet Earth, and according to this parallel relation which I called The Parallel Organizational Context Potential of the Eye ball and the Earth ball the following can be considered: 1- On average, Antarctica which is locates in the South Pole has the highest average elevation of all the continents.The elevation of a geographic location is its height above a fixed reference point, often the mean sea level. Elevation, or geometric height, is mainly used when referring to points on the Earth's surface, similar the human Eye ball anterior pole locates on the center of the cornea which is the highest point on the eye ball surface. 2- the North Pole of the Planet Earth has no continent, its simply a glacier of ice sheet above the see, similarly the posterior pole of the human eye ball is a smooth surface and has no structure which may cause elevation.

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3- In the proposed analogy which put the anterior pole of the eye ball to analogue with the south pole of the earth to make the “Y” axe of the eye ball to be parallel with the “Z” axe of the earth conclude that the tip of our planet Earth is in the south pole and the bottom is in the north pole as the human Eye ball in this prone position is the rferance point, this can be proved by the inverted image of an object which fall on the retina and perceived by our brain to be upright. “Quote”: Yes, indeed, the image of the "outside world" is inverted on our retina, even though the world appears right side up. Interestingly, if one wears prisms to make the retinal image right side up, the world will appear inverted. http://www.yorku.ca/eye/invert.htm 4- Pole shift theory Recent work by scientists and geologists Adam Maloof of Princeton University and Galen Halverson of Paul Sabatier University in Toulouse, France, indicates that Earth indeed rebalanced itself around 800 million years ago during the Precambrian time period. They tested this idea by studying magnetic minerals in sedimentary rocks in a Norwegian archipelago. Using these minerals, Maloof and Halverson found that the north pole shifted more than 50 degrees — about the current distance between Alaska and the equator — in less than 20 million years. This reasoning is supported by a record of changes in sea level and ocean chemistry in the
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Norwegian sediments that could be explained by true polar wander, the team reports in the September– October 2006 issue of the Geological Society of America Bulletin. Research using GPS, conducted by Geoffrey Blewitt of the University of Nevada, has shown that normal seasonal changes in the distribution of ice and water cause minor movements of the poles.