Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Invariants and Quasic Crossed Braids

Invariants and Quasic Crossed Braids

(An Interpretation of Another Kea Insight)

L. Edgar Otto    24 October, 2012

I assume the method of Kea is an original insight on her part and is a statement at the frontier of such mechanisms that I imagine works on the frontier of such combination algebraic spaces.

The looping and knot like description of the dual 14 sequences, but one of a whole new generalization possible, as I described in the last post with the Arabic alphabet as an example involving the sun and moon distinction of combinations and pronunciation of the letters, a sort of parallel quasi meaning or nuance of patterns of words, suggests a quasi or multiple invariance at the primes not unique in the complex factoring. 

Again, at the frontier the braids crossover in their abstract functioning assuming we can cross the frontier.   This is a property of number itself.  I found in Singh that it was Kummer who raised this objection for the Proof of Fermat's Last Theorem of the time, the issue beyond current mathematics.

Each dimension, as a grounding, as an invariant that involves also the logic of knot invariants, as if the idea of an associahedron is unique to a certain dimension does seem to be open to a wider generalization of normal group operations in a quasi closed manner by which we need further depth across the main quasic diagonal in which we make further distinctions between the simple idea of even and odd numbers- this alone would question some of the foundations of proofs and show the intuitionist soundness in a quasifinite concept where it applies as in Ernst Kummer's and Leopold Kronecker's (dare I suggest Einstein's partial return to Newton's corpuscular idea in photon wave packets?) insights.

Kea, (Marni D. Sheppeard) also considered various ideas she understood as useful of others as to what was a little more different on one or the other side of a normal matrix (as applied to the logic of particle physics and the role of asymmetry).  I also saw her use of the general depth of the quasic field as something she considered in these crossover cases she suggested applied to particles as if sub-quasic and thus generational regions as if normal matrices withing matrices.

But I do not speak for other living theoreticians as I cannot claim the training.  Still, hers was an effort and language of which I felt at home and it natural and simple to understand as is usual in other areas when the attainment of understanding as the days anomalies vanishing gives us the usual feeling of a jump between the mystery and that no longer interesting save in the detail finer significant figure engineering of new physics.  She noted a child could understand the physics which of course the aim is to make simple principles of the diverse complexity in the world- but this is a frontier for all of us who can be overwhelmed by the thoughts and sensations in that space between childlike confusion and concrete genius. 

As a learning and research metaphor model we certainly may imagine the universe itself moves in such evolving directions that in a sense it learns.  This still in the spirit of things the spacious shell of ground and cycles that the world as at least quasi unique at the foundations is in a sense a oneness of consistency (a quasi invariance) in the context we all are potentially capable to understand.

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The illustration is a suggestion of a dynamic splicing of patterns in the realm where we apply such combinatorial ideas outside the usual span of the physics.  As of this morning, and let us count the sharpness of the stacking of siccors, I understood the application to real and virtual codes in this wider span as well the technological implications beyond that frontier we now explore such as 3D printing in a context.  In that these ideas are also ideas of information I begin to see there is no minimum well, pixel as such and there is more beneath minimum quantization than the base ball curve figure's seem to state that appears so in our common sense.  More on these notes of this morning later...

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