March 31, 2014

Rephasing Time

Monday morning metaphysics dives into fractal geometry. The ninety minute conversation took off to some new ground in the application of matrix algebra to group theory.  Ground floats.  The  density of the solid phase is generally higher than that of liquid or gas phases.  Not here on the cutting edge of the fifth dimension.  Harmony and trust abounding.

Group size was eight - somewhat manageable in that it is a self selected group seeking ascertainment.  To see the weigh is different, yet to measure is to find it the same.  Western science has an absolute observer to satisfy, eastern mysticism has an aura to maintain.  Fractal geometry bridges that gap and has the ability to describe nature in good sense.

In a number sense, the strength of a number has to do with the degree of the group that it empowers.  The one is the first arising from nothing, and most times it returns to zero.  Sometimes one is stable and it moves on to be one again.  That one is different from one is an illusion and also a reality.  We are all one, we are each one.  When we regroup, more than one of us can come together as one and that is what fractals do - they reset the group back to one.

We are together not separate.  By regrouping to one, we can interact in context.  The point group symmetry is such that each atom represents itself as a unit in space.  The eight can be looked at as vertices of a cube - the corners where six sides of a dice meet.   A geometric form that is readily reproducible and easily cross-linked.  Each role can have one of six outcomes.   The pair of dice give 36 unique rolls - permutations of six taken two at a time.  Each part of one.

Now we have a lattice structure where we can account for probability.  That means that when we accumulate statistics, we can start seeing the picture of how those rolls of the dice add up.  When the game is backgammon - knowing how to account for the likelihood of each die cast allows for better play and more frequency of winning.  Thus backgammon is an emergent fractal of a pair of dice.  The game has 30 chits on a 24 line rectangular board.

Games enable the learning experience.  If you can play on fairly equivalent terms to other players, games give a reasonable indicator of future performance.  The surface of the game is the primary rule set and the next layer is the mechanical function.  Each position requires a different skill set; there is room for multiple player types.  The game is to create performance measures based upon the skills demonstrated by the players performing within their roles.

Unity is an emergent form of media.  As a blogger - i stand alone with displaying my personal opinion on a lot of topical subjects.  I have responsibility for my words and know that if i misspeak, the knowledge that people take away will be off-kilter.  If i am misinterpreted, then i was not clear in my choice of words, and elegance is to embed multiple meanings into a single diction set.  Words mean too many things - any impression can be misconveyed by a poor choice of spoken phrase.

Personal interactive media is the direction of flow powering today.  The Treei calendar begins with mass massing and flows through void voiding in permutations of eight in pairs yielding a sixty-four grid.  Tracking time on a new calendar is a game - another topic for another blog.

Namaste' ... doc

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