The human experience of cosmometry is as vast as the innumerable volumes of books we’ve written over the millenia describing what it’s like to live in this universe of constant change and epic proportions. Our bodies and the environment in which we live are synergetically united in a continuous interchange of energy and consciousness — “reality” and our “perception” of it. And as with all things in the cosmos, our bodies and awareness of life within us and without us have the same fundamental relationship to the source and to each other, as is natural in a holographic cosmos. What follows is a simple introduction to the human experience of cosmometry.
The geometric arrangement of planet and moon orbits into a regularly spaced pattern of distances is the result of a self-organizing system.