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Ray Tomes lives in New Zealand.

My interests centred around the study of cycles and this ranges over cycles in astronomy, economics, geology, history and physics. It began by my attempts to predict economic cycles using computers and resulted in the development of the Harmonics theory which turned out to be a theory that explained the structure of the universe. The universe, believe it or not, is nothing other than a giant musical instrument with a very special but predictable pattern of harmonically related oscillations which determine the structure of everything from galactic clusters to subatomic particles. Although this theory is properly called the Harmonics theory it may be alternatively known as the Big Bong theory==== ====

The single axiom of the Harmonics theory is that ... the universe consists of a wave which develops harmonics and each of these waves does the same.


Hi Ray Welcome to WikiWorld==== Your WSM stuff is welcome here and just the sort of thing WikiWorld is for. You will find, however, I am a tough adversary and I don't believe in waves at all. I do believe in alternations and harmonics so we do have some common ground. When I get a RoundToit I will debunk the idea that there is anything waving as there is nothing to wave in and nothing measureable varies like a sine wave. I guess I'll make a NothingIsWaving page. -- JimScarver ====

Hi Jim - I did a reply on your page. I might have to start a page EverythingIsWaving :-)

Hey RayTomes==== Just to let you know... you don't need to leave the Describe Page here line that is in the page edit box when you first create a new page. I'll going to trim that default line out a few on your new WSM pages. Hope you don't mind. If you do, it's easy to recover from the change history that WikiWorld maintains. ====

Additionally, have you thought about whether the WSM family of pages need a "CategoryWSM"? (Humm... not sure if you CAN Category WSM like that, as it isn't proper camel text. Curious. Further experimentional shows you may need to use something like CategoryWaveStructureMatter to gain proper automatic Wiki category capability.) Anyways, Categories allows a subset listing of a kind of pages. Check out CategoryCategory for more information on Wiki Categories. And check out the "Category Home Page" link I added below as a demonstration of Categories.

In addition, when are you starting your VirtualClassromWSM (or would you prefer VirtualClassroomWaveStructureMatter) ? Whichever, there's a forward declaratory link to it for you. ;-)


See Also: WSM


Hi StarPilot, yes I understand about the describe page part being removed. I just left some in as a guide to the other WSM members (who have yet to arrive in droves) until they got the hang of things. But thanks for tidying up after me.

It seems to me that WSM is itself really CategoryWSM or whatever, isn't it? However you state about "automatic" category capability - what is that? I don't get it. Why am I listed in the CategoryCategory page? --RayTomes

VirtualClassroomWaveStructureMatter has been added for StarPilot --RayTomes

The problem with CategoryWSM is that it isn't good Wiki Camel Text. So it seems that it needs to be CategoryWaveStructureMatter... or CategoryWsm? Whichever you would prefer.

Yes, WSM is itself CategoryWsm. It seems to me that the Wiki Category functionality is meant to allow people to provide an organize to disparitely named pages. Such as "Home Pages". When you put a CategoryHomePage link on your home page, it will then show up on the main CategoryHomePage. It would be very convinent for the WSM related pages that somehow end up with a non ====WsmWhatever naming. (For instance, if someone starts a!FaqOfWsm or a sideline discussion that is relavent to WSM but isn't just a WSM topic so they named it differently.) It's merely a suggestion for you and your fellow WSM devotees and investigators. ====

You page currently shows up on the CategoryCategory page because we have linked to it. Category functionality is just a text search for back links to that Category page.

Thanks for the VirtualClassroomWaveStructureMatter. I'm sure there will be some questions that get put on it once people get a chance to try and understand WSM.


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