Saturday, July 4, 2015
Quasic Dynamic Systems XI
I am amazed how hard for most people the simple geometric visualizations are hard to understand. Not enough is taught early on of the fundamentals. Or we have forgotten how to read and have to relearn to communicate thru stained glass windows. But if, evidently, I have not been successful in my communication so could be deeply wrong - nevertheless, as a human I am proud that at least one of us understood some things of our simple equations written on the shifting beaches and tides in the sand.
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to jaya : I have tried but never had much luck trying to find unique prime numbers by any of my geometric methods... it seems like this should be the case somehow. My last thoughts were that if a number is a class of things then primes are a class of things arranged dynamically in hierarchies, perhaps. 7 and 8... 7x8 = 56. much about Iron...and hard to see as much as any geometric intuition... harder because it is so familiar in our human scale than say a prime number can be thought of as just an uncertain quantum entity. Three Fano planes = 21 a triangular number but in a wider sense of such number theory formulas this number has special properties not just as a triangular number just like in counting half the points on a dodecahedron we subtract 2 from the totality in 3D... and the equator of these points is like a flat 2D disc. Of course this generalizes back reaction of Newton in the sense we recognize the case from the linear and inverse square law dualities... I wonder which concept Newton saw first?