Monday, January 9, 2012

Doubly Intelligible Doubly Intuitive Number Space

Doubly Intelligible Doubly Intuitive Number Space L. Edgar Otto Jan. 09, 2012

There is a lot of imagination, especially for some "Sacred Geometers" who intuitively look back to lost tribes and civilizations for lost knowledge and agree that changes are coming between the dark ages. The power of Sirius as the North star of Aegypt and its magic of the Philosopher's stones and frequencies of the pyramids- and a time perhaps when we reach again these ancient disconnects evidenced in universal symbols (multi-versal really) of higher realms of space and number- when? perhaps sooner than we now think, but one thing I feel god fer sure is that what we not embark upon will far surpass anything from our past. For now only art can trump the progress and evaluation of science. So I add its purity in the first illustration as a lady in the coffee shop freely does her art at the chess table with no presumptions in mind- striking me as genes and particles. While longing may make things out of reach and be obscured we strive for exploration of the down to earth touching that can bring us back to our visions of light.

Nothing yesterday, but a few stray thoughts put doubly randomly on a mind map whiteboard, doubly confusing as to the time and thoughts, numbers of yesterday so simple and alive to move and know why, but today they add an air of mystery. So on some whim I looked at 153. This area I thought too far from physics, that I would only achieve entertainment in the deep speculation... As far as particle physics was concerned it comes close to "crazy gluons" if we are to tie things together on some ultimate statistical level. These ambiguous creatures are step higher than the more scientific sounding concepts of "super duper- or super-gluons."

Nevertheless, I come here and see Lubos discussing what I have done- I think in a similar manner, on composite ideas in general and physical theory. In the craziness of such spaces who is to say which one is more speculative and crazy? Something can be thought of in the dynamics of differences in our models as perhaps in between. But I should slice through all this eventually by the sharp sword of binary information lest I forget for we rely a little less on raw intuition there.

If there is a world where nature herself does not know what is there of intuitions or physical realities of some system or entity, how can we use this ultimate place of singularities and field spaces only one way for what we fancy it implies? To say that the higher center in higher space in the Sudoku matrix is evidence we can say beyond the science as a craziness for global warming on this level of theory and the ultimate level of necessity can be applied to hint at the very opposite of conclusions. So for now, as in the idea the consciousness can change the physical matter (few know btw that Woman can be seen as the elemental changes of things as well as the womb of matrices- in this she can be as fickle as man) or that such an interpretation of the quantum world is bogus- this says the same thing for any interpretation of experiments or for that matter the reality of there results where the uncertainty is beyond these issues of quantum interpretations. Thus, the debate as to we being the agents of such global warming or we affected by cycles and seasons.

Now I give you two references for the number 153 (we presume that the Bible contains much number theory by the Greeks mainly of the day as well the idea of a still higher quabic singularity in a system a closed cycle- ultimately gravity like- as if the tent and flame in a spiraling recycling from the Hebrew tradition):

St. John 21

4 ¶ But when the morning was now come, Jesus stood on the shore; but the disciples knew not that it was Jesus.
5 Then Jesus saith unto them, Children, have ye any meat? They answered him, No.
6 And he said unto them, Cast the net on the right side of the ship, and ye shall find. They cast therefore, and now they were not able to draw it for the multitude of fishes. Lk. 5.6
7 Therefore that disciple whom Jesus loved saith unto Peter, It is the Lord. Now when Simon Peter heard that it was the Lord, he girt his fisher's coat unto him, (for he was naked,) and did cast himself into the sea.
8 And the other disciples came in a little ship, (for they were not far from land, but as it were two hundred cubits,) dragging the net with fishes.
9 ¶ As soon then as they were come to land, they saw a fire of coals there, and fish laid thereon, and bread.
10 Jesus saith unto them, Bring of the fish which ye have now caught.
11 Simon Peter went up, and drew the net to land full of great fishes, a hundred and fifty and three: and for all there were so many, yet was not the net broken.

And this wiki article by which I rediscovered some of the numerical properties of 153but learned of some I did not stumble upon last night thinking I just have to search out some of these concepts in the algebra in a very much more formal manner. My first intuitive whim was to compare it to the prime number 587 that came up in my explorations of yesterday when I imagine the symmetries of the 6x6x6 Sudoku matrix having a singularity. It would be 216 + 1 as an analogy to a hypersudoku of 257 as a center... 153 is of course the idea of 17 as such a center.

Now, the 6x6 influences of duality (and the thirty color cubes etc...) can be thought of as dominos of two squares in the 6x6 array in which the number 25 comes up again as the Higgs-like centeral singularity or initial coordinate pixel for extension or connections to other singularities in higher >4 spaces. We note that at 6x6 we cannot arrange them that there is no fault line separating them into two sets and this a property only of these numbers 2 with 6. (at least at first blush without further generalizations of concepts where such might emerge in the space). Yet we do not have six fault lines so to say the square is a unified region. Thus we have structurally 5 vertical and 5 horizontal fault lines we sort of vaguely can multiply (perhaps quabic number-wise).

Now, the interesting property of 153 is that if the digits are cubed (in any permutation) and added the result is 153. This is true of half of all numbers doing this that within 14 steps we resolve things down to 153 again... Thus the fishes are the maximum that can be held in the net without out its breaking in the Biblical metaphor (I saw some discussions on line in relation to the interpretations of this passage of which only a blind believer who does not really know what he believes would make the leap to conclusions into the I-can-fly hallucinations of the great drops between mountain tops or if they so fly the bungie cords in the fall of so called fellowship from their friend will not pull them back as they have broken down in the temptation to cast themselves off the mountain. Stop giving Creationism a bad name ye fanatics!).

Let us also take note that in biology 14 proteins or codons is about the right idea for the minimum encoding of certain hormones and viruses.

Of course we also note the 14's involved in the associahedron in the asymmetric directionality and so on.

I may post the pages of double doodling from yesterday but you have to put together the pictures over this very strange speculation. A key concept or metaphor I derived from this page is the idea related to the flatworm centrosome of which we imagine a level of meiosis and mitosis having certain independent levels of the dynamic hierarchy of things biological and physical. The centrosome a rather center singularity of space structure and number in which the key concept is that at such a 216 + 1 singularity we have an echo of the same structure (but it is not the structure of the nucleus there itself.) In the poem of last night I used this to describe the loss or bonding between people in the spiraling isolation awakened in their minds not really outside themselves when they perhaps feel the call for also following loved ones into the river as nature consumes itself on some level of isolated systems that may only connect beyond- this idea is ultimately a paradox for now but does explain some or organize some mental models better. This paradox also would have a view of gravity that paradoxically stands outside the standard idea of forces and their unification, ultimately.

Giving in to Meiosis L. Edgar Otto 01-09-12

Lost or moved along in the maze
once learned the way through love and grief
We feed on an others dreams and beliefs
in the labyrinth fickle hearts Minotaur crazed

Some then sacrifice themselves that gods do not forget
what they expected from their life script and bonds
Somewhere between the clone & spores, violin fronds
shadow echoes themselves reborn then again to split

The directors & actors act out their inner gnome
or in mortal loss strike out for colder snuggles
Or unique hearts bungled disappear into the cannibal jungle
to pass the loops of time, long, too soon, the herd and hippodrome

Flatworms spawn double head regeneration or upon themselves only
their centrosome egg soul sphere of isolation
Beyond expectations, beyond expectations without review of drama
before their eyes a life's panorama.

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Kajsa Alexandria Hydrangea on facebook today quoted Eyedea (hip-hop artist) which seems to me to be relevant to my topic today... perhaps an alternative view.

"Involved with a species evolving so slowly
Genetically infantile, violent and holy
We think we're so smart but there's not much to know
Caveman is still alive behind those robot eyes
Fully controlled by ten thousand year old instincts
Hands on the war button, flinch and your world's extinct
This is technology for the barbarian
I see the future: the past, we'll be there again"

* * * * * Shades of Canticle for Leibowitz and all that!

I just looked at the PDF linked to Lubos above- still trying to adjust things to the experimental results of the LHC and 6D compactification models but it ends on this quote of which some of us has held this position a long while now:

"Although conventional supersymmetric models are being challenged by experiments and
naturalness at this point, this model raises the hope that models with more subtle composite dynamics could in fact be the correct theory of nature."


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