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February 22, 2018

ARTICLE: Two for the Road [back to article]
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Plato wrote on Jul. 11, 2008 @ 00:26 GMT

While this is of course some interest to me, I thought any description that would give us some more information about what exists in the valleys, is a furthering of what work is considered in relation to Stanley Mandelstam and topos.

An interesting and furthering of the understanding currently held by those who had thought it contained limitions to a genus 2 figure, has been moved now to included a genus three consideration.

While the relationship is more friendly, I would see them in context of Poincare and Klein in the development of topology.

I find resonance with this effort.

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amrit wrote on Jan. 17, 2009 @ 09:44 GMT
you are right, gravity is a result of quantum structure of space and has nothing to do with time

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Steve Dufourny wrote on Feb. 18, 2009 @ 19:33 GMT
Hi all,

I also agree, the quantum structure implies the gravity, I remain persuaded that the coded ultimate particle implies the rest, and its rotation speed on itself even is directly bound with the gravity and thus the mass.All turns and implies the gravity. Combinations are numerous .Imagine an ultimate spherical system with its codes and its rotations implying the gravities or the gravity.

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Georgina Parry wrote on Mar. 7, 2009 @ 05:29 GMT
I first came across the idea of topological fields in relation to biological development over 20 years ago in a Book by Brian Leith called The descent of Darwin. It was my favourite book for some time.It asks interesting questions, such as can we separate pattern from process? Topology may be used to identify the pattern but the process gives rise to that pattern.

It was a pity that the article was mostly about the couple getting along well together and their personalities complementing each other, which I hope long continues. Rather than actually talking in any depth about their work.

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Georgina Parry wrote on Mar. 24, 2009 @ 09:09 GMT
Amrit, if gravity is nothing to do with time, how do you explain gravitational time dilation?

The unknowable objective reality within the void of space and its disturbance due to motion of matter along the 4th spatio-energetic dimension (currently imagined as the abstract deformation of empty space itself) gives rise to gravity and subjective time. Motion, structure, gravity and time are all linked together in The Prime Quaternion model and observation of time dilation is thus predicted by it.

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