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Posted by Murat Bilginer on February 24, 2003 23:14:51 UTC

actually i had read your idea of the folding, believe me that i couldnt quite understand it. you use terminology ive never heard and i figure, either way my assumptions are built piece by piece mostly from, drawing and making analogies. i dont really like to read writers i cannot ask questions to, unless i have a specific question, thats why i like this board, but i love thinking about everything. and the more i think the more connections i see, it seems like higher matter forms are more or less the "noise" of the more prime that support it. like hazey rerepresentations. you can see this in trees with their foliage upon their branches and light bulbs when theyre lit and of course the whole emf thing.

the metaphor of the knapkin was to show that from any perspective, any twisted ball, the other balls will move away successively faster when the entire fabric is unraveled, each ball further away from the point of referece will appear to move faster away because it is unraveling "in front" of something else thaat is unraveling itself thus unraveling at a greater relative speed.

*unraveling at 2 dashes per second
*a is point of refernce
*-------> direction youre facing...

1= a-->
2= a---->
as each succesive coordinate is riding the unraveling space and unraveling itself of the previous one "in front" of it, then d is moving away at a faster relative speed than c from a. im not sayig that this is true, rather this is what popped into my head when i heard the issue

anyway thanks


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