Monday, November 21, 2011
And Then There were Stars
And Then There were Stars L. Edgar Otto November 20, 2011
Suggested by the pair production of particles, in an algebra where several possibilities meet at some point event of the nature of leptons; the exponentiation of p-adics and that applied to the forces between brane and black hole contrasts for a given force type; the breaking of symmetry in general better explained; our insistence on not as to the nature of the infinitesimal in relation to inversion compliments, groups, and the whole idea of continuity; across the Omnium, The Friomnium if we imagine light slowing down over time and thus the rates of star formation or for that matter the one equivalent event of matter formation to external objects for the iridium discontinuity- this is the discovery of the supersymmetry by which we have understood it is the new physics in our way. Once we have conjured light from the dark, explaining it as if a seething foam near discontinuity or as some hidden symmetries or fields, faeries? right under our noses
can we not see to do so in the laboratory by the pulsing of light equivalent to its speeding up or slowing down as nature herself does in her variations on action, so too the boost to make the metals of the stars and the evidence of their size and rates of birth. "And the stars also..." in our day is a much wider comment on the nature of creation.
I dreamed a little last night, talking with some of you, nothing deep I thought, but then the line between wish and facts can be confused each way- no one wants to communicate but be coy lovers unless they want or need something and the message is hard to see when things are still and the light is dim. So some exaggerate when all along they think you have seen what they are showing you. In it I asked Pitkanen what if in these rather inverted (micro) membranes and wormholes that they came back upon themselves- would they make a link, a sting close to their mouth holes, a spiral shell inside the spiral shells to which time can be defeated in the matter of photons not overly produced that it collapses in duplications, some form of partially opened or contained knots, - what then is this thin wall of continuity we intuitively imagine as if the stretched rubber continuous balloon? In such space we find time as well in p-adic proximity we have not reckoned on in the chaos of complex number space or surreal s. So in the awakened world what does he think happens when two wormhole mouths share the same location- are they lost to a new place much like for matter a black hole? Or do they never quite close up? If we cut a string two ends remain, but how do we tie it back together securely with knots?
In the illustration, lights at night on the city streets for Thanksgiving, I see this as the unfolding at pair production of the hyper-tori, akin to those around the ring of carbon and where to find some idea just out of sight the jump of electrons that just escape their measure like a humble bee hovering in flight moving slightly as the pellet whizzes by- so fast that when I crash through a nucleus I can go thru it as if it were not a brick wall. But what wall holds this finite universe?
Happy Harvest World!
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It is not that I mind people wasting my time, just when they waste their own time.
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Post in reply to Pitkanen's kind reply. And note to Ulla in general:
Thank you for the information and reply. It does seem to make for a dynamic meaning to the membranes as hyperbolic even if the numbers do not quite find them yet. I still need more to think about and learn on this.
Now, these "wormholes" can the mouths close so that these make a loop or a link, or maybe a knot? What happens to space and time and say photons in such a continuous space?
Do they almost intersect and make a sort of spiral inside itself? I asked this today on And there were Stars. I imagined we had this discussion in a dreams and knots and all that (now you see them as part of the picture?)
Still, Ulla, I had to make the challenges to the ideas of both Kea and Matti for I see them to have the same general concepts as we all should in a unified theory- but this means they have inherited the same weaknesses from existing mathematical concepts even if it is all we now have.
Kea's matrices suggest such transformations, Ulla, but is cautious as to if we can pin down this as a dogma for new physics. The leptons are fundamental. But if we use the quantum theory we also invite the finite- of which I think Matti could be original in this. Lubos seems confused and not quite there yet.
Of course if either Kea or Matti are wrong my model would take a very large hit of which the fall of the standard model makes no difference.
So Matti, I merely have suggested we extend that evolution of numbers a little further- and maybe ground what is really on the frontier of the new physics as that species not here before.
Ulla, today's post also gives me a sense of why the light from the vacuum thing is there creatively. to put it into coarse popular terms. But we should know that in quantum theory there can be an absolute annihilation to nothingness- but is this not an assertion of p-adic ways to see an alternate way to deal with absolute numbers and singularities?
The PeSla, Happy Harvest!
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