We know that the mathematics of the sphere is unto itself a dynamic relation that is perhaps best characterized as a tension between the finite and infinite (the never-ending, never-repeating part of this dimensionless constant) . The centerpoints to the circumference “discover” each other. That string “discovers” another, and then another, and another.
That simple witticism, “Everything starts simple before it becomes complex” echoes in the background. How simple can we get? Of course, my answer is “Very simple.”
2. Within our chart of numbers, the first notation has actual numbers of time, length, mass and charge. Is there any image that might capture or represent those numbers. After a few years of thinking about it, we decided that the sphere just might represent those numbers better than any other, especially in light of the dynamics being suggesting by this dynamic image.
3. We were now being introduced to the field of study called “emergence.”
5. As this dynamic image became part of the story, there were more and more places to lift it up for its importance in the over all scheme of things.