Notational Review: The Big Four (1-4) and Big Ten (1-10)

Notations #1-4: From circles to spheres…

Review: Notation #0 is the transformational notation from the infinite to the finite.  It has both the transformation null, 0, and the initial identity, 1.

  1. Circles and spheres are generated by the eight scaling vertices within Notation #1. It occurs at the fastest possible rate within our universe — Planck Time. With just eight scaling vertices, let us assume that all are creating circles, then spheres. Assume with every notation that these circles and spheres continue doubling, in quantity but possibly not in size because the doubling is within this constant, ever-abiding first notation whereby the infinite surrounds every notation. Every circle invokes 360 degrees and here the correspondence between space and numbers begins in earnest. We will be exploring 60 minutes-to-an-hour and 60 seconds-to-a-minute going back 4000 years into the Egyptian studies and 2300 years back into the Babylonia era. The Planck Time equation tells us there is an absolute correspondence.  More…
  2. Perspective geometries may well emerge from Notation #2.  Here there are no less than 8 scaling vertices, yet there could well be 64, and may be as many as 512 point-free vertices available.  A discussion of this variable is expected to become an on-going debate!
  3. Euclidean geometries may well emerge from Notation #3 with just a new range  of scaling vertices. There may be as few as 64, probably 512, and possibly 4096.
  4. From the Notation #4, all three geometries are being extended as few as 512, probably closer to 4096, and maybe as many as 32,768 point- free vertices.

Within each notation the drivers are light, numbers and equations (like Euler’s equation). Light (c) is the key between Planck Time and Planck Length. Add the Planck Charge doubling, and the never-repeating, never-ending numbers from pi and Euler’s number, we have a very real initial thrust of the universe

There are many more never-ending, never-repeating numbers that will be explored in depth. Let us assume that each  has a particular notation and reason to be called out on the stage of life. Many, if not all, could be associated with Notation #1. More…

Visualization:  One of our goals to to visualize what it looks like so on another track I am opening up discussions with people within Virtual Reality. Given our “really-real” reality is right now within the 202nd notation, work on a sequel to Kees Boeke’s Cosmic View (and all its most recent interpreters) would start with Notation 0 and go through 201 and then to the very edge of Right Now, today. More…

Notations #5-10: From simplicity to complexity…

More to come…

Power of a Point Theorem

http://slideplayer.com/slide/4427954/ Physics 213: Gauss