Friday, September 14, 2012

Supercondensed Abstract Atomic Matter

Supercondensed Abstract Atomic Matter

L. Edgar Otto   14 September, 2012

In view of the more foundational aspects of quasic space I must reconsider Seaborg's speculation on the extension of the chemical elements beyond the 120 or 136 as if there were an analog to the electron in a higher or different space akin to the idea of a level of mystically defined dimensions as used in the common literature as a vague but intuitively and qualitatively equivalent to the more geometrical definition.  There would be no limit to these levels and analogs in sight or the levels of condensing as far as we can now see into the next generalization of the physics. So for now let us style them quasic electrons, or quaselectrons that exceed the fine structure constant in normal space.

Clearly, I am not necessarily talking about either the ideas of compactifaction nor those of analogs to quantum theories that center more mass into nuclei inside nuclei.  In that space itself is creative in my senses so too the idea of mass I have vaguely called multidimensional mass, now more general.  It is not clear such things are observable but by simple count over a quasic symmetry brane of the natural level or basis and the relation to self-dual elements of the diagonals of such magic matrices to the general transitive properties the quasic structure does imply stereonomic and teleoscoping loops and boundary limitations in a quasifinite manner to expressed physical phenomena and directionality. Moreover, the role of prime numbers come to fore again in this theory's context for in the spdf.. levels we should exclude the composite odd numbers up to 17 on the next level of counting quasic cell multiplicity structures.

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In the illustration Qx:00.01.00 above I offer a rather simple example of some path along the edges of a hypercube of twelve nodes and twelve links moving on the level of the dimension surface in question.  Beyond this we can shift the initial perspective to any of the twelve node and furthermore we can define space between the nodes that are not as in error codes or fractal algorithms on other subcell levels than the maximum surface unto the dimension in question.

More than this, as we try to describe what in nature is the potential ambiguity between open and closed loops (for example in knight move patterns or in fractal curves) we should consider the symmetry breaking that involves the totality of a quasifinite abstract structure- for example we can divide the hypercube such that a circuit is doubled that the path visits each node and all links twice- that presumably can be divided to double the presented volume of the abstract space (not just the considerations of what duality of some solids does to realign say the links as in an octahedron and a cube duality.)

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The variation on the Confederate States Flag (because it is an historical example of the use of proportions that involve the Fibonacci numbers over a pixel space that implies the depth of quasic layering and the structural limits to actual physical construction of material objects beyond power ratios unto the dimension in question) make some interesting patterns across the alpha x and beta y unified direction to physically inverse the sense of Feynman diagrams expanded (but not necessarily in quasic depth for the hidden symmetries).  The code from the civil war for the 26 letters in the Qx illustration is intended to show a linking from some item preceded by or followed by some other item in a matrix, again a letter into itself does not relatively move, this to show directionality in a general and transitive digraph procedure and does divide certain numbers such as the tempered 12 tones of music into intelligible and more clearly defined named chords. 

These should be applied to the quasic depth in some form of the representation within a totality.  In a local space that separates coherent quasifinite systems the role of the phi or tau ratio determines the freedom in a closed but contained area such as with a quasicrystal decagon with internal arrangements as in the general concept posted earlier as "PeSla's Cube."

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Researching independently in developing these methods has proven fruitful if only a different approach in that I made useful procedures usually to solve some problem like the classification of music themes.  It takes a certain confidence or familiarity over a long time to have the faith in one's own system for it to dawn on thought that these are equal in parts to the general order of world academic standards and those who are free to be the innovators and self learners- the old advantage of being outside and then beyond the social systems.  The greatest good for the greatest number as an ethic from an outside view is not the best we can do with logic in our new times and our stances toward future generations.

I find a sense of beauty and wonder in the ability to abstractly move through these more general spaces as the next step going beyond the thrill of new discovery now past.  It is worth the effort and is a leap in at least my understanding of the world and our place in it.  I look back on the quantum relativity of Eddington of 1929 and as comprehensive in the desire to be a theory of everything, to seem a complete theory and one that in a sense did resolve the still divided issues of the first two modern physics as now a very constrained and limited view of reality for all of the beauty of that particular theory of unified physics theory. Not to say it is obsolete or its grounding without certainty on its own level- the intuitive idea of counting all the electrons in a sense in the whole of the universe.  Genetics alone if we are to understand it as physics should be an example of what such theories if generalized can do to explain the complexity of the world and ourselves better. 

It also resolves some of the political issues that are strained in the political eras which on the face of it are a dedication or calling to some particular faith or ideology- that is we can make better decisions in which our present civilization takes a further leap, one perhaps with more reasonable care in the risks of exploration.  I can even imagine that in some sense this level of higher dimensional matter might be taken as a physical fact that we may be able to have control, a whole new world to explore in dimensions not lost in the expanse of time and space- still short of the idea of heaven, and short of what we should learn about mathematics that still eludes us in relation to the general quasinfinite Omnium, that sum total and miscellaneous collection of ideas and facts we rely on as if that part of necessary reality we call science but one that does not limit the mystery and diversity of the human spirit and of the nature of organic life in general.

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I would like to add a comment to Lubos for his blog post on the abc proof of which I did not see on New Scientist yesterday as it was required to log on...  Thanks for the explanation, I have pondered this Fermat puzzle for years.  I do not think it is quite all the case as it seems to involve only continuous considerations while there is a finite counterpart, both extreme views as with all ideas of infinite descent - so it tells us more about the role of proof and what instances there are of physicality such as a concrete variation in things like light speed that do not violate the general scheme of relativistic assumptions such as the controversy of neutrino observations recently.

To those who follow my blog's logic you will find many comments on this state of things that fit into the wider picture and they do involve aspects of the nature of numbers such as primes and a little more we need to make explicit where the numbers are not integers, that is the squares and so on talked about.  The finite view is essential for the applications to genetics by the simple counting, group theory is further generalized.  Gravity in a sense does need some discrete quantization after all for a balanced view.

As for me I would not have wasted a life but would have regretted all the hours of quite contemplation only to come close but not reach this most beautiful of pictures of symmetry patterns. I was hoping one day we shared a Pilsner somewhere sometimes.  But we do not have as much time and freedom as we could have...

not submitted due to out of library time....

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