Ideas Waggling Dance

Ideas Waggling Dance

Some ideas emerge suddenly. You try to track their origin, but in vain. The idea of this post occurred to me while watching the video embedded below. All of a sudden my eyes froze on an image in the video. Here it is:

I took a screen shot of one of the scenes of the video, which mesmerized me. I combined with two images one for electron orbitals and one of a butterfly. All sorts of crazy ideas started their waggle dance in my head. Truly, I felt my head turned to an idea hive.

Ideas Waggling Dance

Do bees generate electromagnetic waves as they dance? Do they follow certain rules so that their dances have quantum levels as electrons do resonating in their orbitals? The bees waggle dance with orientation to the sun. Are bees orbiting the sun as electrons orbit an atom (the atom is the sun in case of bees)?
Startling for me is the shape of the orbitals resulting from the waggling dance of the bees? Doesn't it look like a butterfly? I wrote before in few of my buzzes here about "The Bees Effect", in emulation of the butterfly effect. Well, here I see it visually. The bees waggling dance show the two wings of a butterfly. If so, will electrons also show a butterfly effect? Yes and recent scientific research has shown this to be true.Poul Jessen, at the University of Arizona in Tucson, and his colleagues has found the fingerprints of chaos in a quantum system. Their discovery links chaos to entanglement β€” the purely quantum property in which multiple particles can become inextricably intertwined, so that making changes to one instantly affects its partners. Are bees the equivalent to the multiple particles and as they waggle dance they become intertwined and that the movement of one bee affects the movements of others? Does a bee dance affect neighboring bees and their environment so that they create "The Waggle Dance Effect"? Is it following simple rules of waggling that lead to this waggling effect?

Β·Make a round dance only if food is nearby

Β·Perform a waggle dance is food is far

Β·Follow the sun orientation to indicate the location of the food

Simple rules may lead to complexity. But then does a bee waggle dancing affect the immediate environment for its neighboring bees? And so we may observe a phenomenon similar to the butterfly effect?

I am back to whatΒ Sara Jacobovici and I have been exchanging waggling dances and in the process affecting each other by taking both of us into new paths- and completely unpredictable ones. Based on my last two buzzes Sara concluded the following formula for success: Boundaries/space (where you stand, what your capacity is) over Direction (which way you are heading) minus Rationalized Fear ("ignorance based fear") plus Sense of Time = Positive Strategic Positioning.Is there a better way to describe this post with the same formula? This buzz shows that bees follow the sun direction and as the sun direction changes so the angle of the dance of the bees. It is again the sense of direction and sense of time that bees do perfectly well. Their direction is controlled by the sun and it varies accordingly.


When we comprehend in greater depths our senses for direction and time some great discoveries shall emerge. Β 

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Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#23
Thank you Lisa Gallagher. In two hours I am uploading a buss titled "Creative Marketing Attractions". I believe it shall answer your lovely questions and shall even make you wonder more.

Lisa Gallagher

Lisa Gallagher

5 years ago #21

Agree Ali Anani comment was funny and creative. Maybe schools need new elementary reading books titled The Bees who waggle! ;))

Lisa Gallagher

Lisa Gallagher

5 years ago #20

Very deep material Ali Anani, it appears you and Ali may be onto something. Ali, your mind never ceases to amaze me!

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#21
Whether you left me dangling or not, I find your comment quite humorous and witty Chas Wyatt. Google might regret not having the name waggle to keep the voice buzzing and the search waggling.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#19
We build on new info and adapt our thinking accordingly CityVP Manjit. This is a great comment because it is now possible to study how molecules dance in far better and visual ways than we could have done before. Technology is opening many new horizons to see things beyond our human capability. On the other hand I believe our world is connected and we may learn from even an insect. Again, it is the advancement of science that has revealed many new info that was hidden before. It is tying the info and seeing its relevance that is truly challenging. Black Swan, Blue Ocean Strategy are just two examples of how we tend to use colors as metaphors. Or, the black swan, red bee effect, cosh cow, hedgehog strategy as examples of using animals as metaphors. But now w may go much deeper and as deep as your comment is.

CityVP Manjit

CityVP Manjit

5 years ago #17

We can try to model the world over and over but that is the same modelling that human beings have been doing for so long. I am seeking transformational effects. The dance within us is a good starting point. I discovered today that one group of scientists are moving away from brainstorming to bodystorming - using dancers as organic modeling to better understand the world of molecules. http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2012/11/bodystorming-dance-grooves-show-how-molecules-move The change in this dance is this movements we explore and through that we emerge. Society is the change in our hive, and our home changes from that waggle within us.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#17
You are amazing CityVP Manjit. I almost decided to call a day for writing on this topic, but for the dedications and encouraging comments this buzz received. Now, with this comment you truly puzzle me. I have have already decided to write my next post on Dancing Molecules. Our bodies have mostly water and protein molecules. It is amazing how these too dance. The waggle dance continues.

CityVP Manjit

CityVP Manjit

5 years ago #15

For me the waggle dance is the difference between the renaissance towards 21st Century thinking and pre-21st Century thinking. If we anthropomorphize the bee we continue to think the way we have always thought, and as humans then see the relationship between the bee and the sun, and this has a linkage to sun worship. As a bee the relationship is the honeycomb, the dance begins and ends there, and this is the vibration we miss. This vibration is one best compared not to workplaces but our homes.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#13
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Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#13
A dedivation to me- I am absolutely flattered by your generosity dear Franci Eugenia Hoffman. Let me grasp a breath before I may comment on your dedicated sharing.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#13
Will watach and surely shall enjoy Franci Eugenia Hoffman. Thank you for the link

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Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#11
Much obliged to your comment dear Laurent BOSCHERINI. Please stay in the race because you are a winner

Laurent Boscherini

Laurent Boscherini

5 years ago #9

Thank you Dear Ali Anani for sharing your insightful approach, out of the Rat Race.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#9
Thank you William King. You wrote "were relaying it as a cycle with a cycle". This is a build up of a fractal, with a strange attractor like the butterfly one. Very interesting idea that I am going to explore for sure. One day we have to co-author a book, dear.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#7
Exhange of ideas is the real pollination we enjoy here dear Sara Jacobovici. Ideas must do the waggle dance to effect each other and to be a real bee you need to be an active bee, like you are dear friend. It is not enough for a bee to have nectar and pollen; it s equally important that the bee should seek the nectar and pollen. I do appreciate your very kind words.

Mohammed Abdul Jawad

Mohammed Abdul Jawad

5 years ago #6

With all these wonderful perspectives, I am sure active bees on beBee are becoming more inspired to ooze out their nectar (creativity) and author some excellent posts to spiral beBee's presence across the globe. Ali Anani, you are simply, with your fine writings, inspiring others to do something on beBee. :)

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#4
Thank you Sara Jacobovici for your very kind words. The link to the scientific research in the post should interest you and you are in proximity to verify it. I appreciate all the inspiration I got from you.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#3
Thank you dear Tausif Mundrawala and I greatly appreciate your feedback. Writing these buzzes isn't a very simple task. I put myself in place of the reader and try to make things as simple as possible. If I succeed then I am grateful.. I keep writing as ling as I feel there is interest. The minutes I feel interest wading I pack up. I don't want to sing a song that people got enough of.

Sara Jacobovici

Sara Jacobovici

5 years ago #3

Bravo Ali Anani. You have outdone yourself. This is very exciting work that you deserve to explore further. I don't have the words to describe how grateful I am to be associated in any way with your work. Wishing you continued success.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

I really wanted to read a comment like this one. With all honesty I have more than 25 ideas in the pipe dear #Kevin Pashuk. I find the subject very interesting. However; there are signs that people got enough of them (less number of views and sharing, for example). I might add one or two more and then "buzz off". Thank you for being a great supporter and commenter.

Kevin Pashuk

Kevin Pashuk

5 years ago #1

How long Ali Anani before you set up a bee hive in your garden to study the bees further? You have certainly pulled many lessons from these small creatures to share with your beBee community.

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