Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Action Reaction Representation Symmetries

Action Reaction Representation Symmetries

L. Edgar Otto   18 June, 2012

The sketches seem to evoke in me certain general principles and ideas of variations on symmetry including where we may generalize the idea of a unity of the discrete and continuous concepts that in some representation of the quasic brane universally and existentially the idea of stacked membranes or discrete planes are equivalent and only distinguishible where we apply a general symmetry (here at the low dimensions). 

On this nonnecessary concept of the structure of abstract space and abstract motion the sign of directions may oscillate, that is at the foundations we define oscillation in the general stereometric terms of  equally valid but quasi-illusionary sense of geometry.  This tiling may be useful for the arrangement of such 3 + 1 entities as up or down crystals involving say informational q-bits (qsxtal or quasi bits QsX).  The reductionist sense of the relaxation may ground ideas of  chance thus probability as well as its complimentary seemingly corpuscular form contained by realism such that we can image a structure that may of all or any representation such as the decision for a unique instance of geometry or the string landscape is generalized to a wider picture where all such representations may become actual in the unified field of general abstract omnic measure.

Furthermore, for those who include a linguistic element in fundamental theory we can  distinguish the sound from the unsound science so I should not apologize for the invention of a language- yet it is also a rigorous logical formalism as is the case with the plasticity of the vacuum in physical reality.

In particular the question of the quantization of gravity is one we ask with not enough conception or comprehension of the nature of general theory- although such an approach, by nature, does give us differences in phenomena of physics.  The proofs of such things in that mathematics applies to the world should not be so constrained by the rigidity of the fundamental theory of arithmetic.  Does the Mersenne part of the ancient perfect numbers form a sort of continuum itself as that of the power set of two?   From the quasic view TGD of Pitkanen is asking deeper questions of the structure of general space- have we not decided that is something hidden in the dark after all but that it is physical and not necessarily or not shown to be ridigly connected by any function theory or linear primacy of descriptions?

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