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Posted by Alan on December 7, 2001 09:44:22 UTC

Yeah- derive mass using Lorenz transforms and standing wave- tallies with what I've been thinking...

Mass as a ratio between two ratios A and B. A and B are waves compared by a "wave at right angles" which is a standing wave, a constant ratio.

The Lorenz transforms enter the picture as three relativistic viewpoints, which can be rotated one to the next through the inter-dimensional levels-space where it all happens. Can explain later: turns out physics falls out when you ask "does 1 + 1 really = 2?". Quanta, relativity, F-theory two-time co-ordinates; M-theory, superstrings, Maxwell, Heisenberg Uncertainty, you name it: can show some aspects of how it may all fall out of the question: "does 1 + 1 really = 2?"

Short of time- catch you later

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