This is a picture of my vision regarding…a lot of things. I Believe it relates to continuity vs. quantization and “entanglement” and the complex image of 3D space. We can probably squeeze out a notion of time too. It is importand to note that a static image of that which is never still can be very misleading. Reality oscillates and waves. It is never ever stable, straight or circular.

To have Euclide’s line being a closed surface perimeter is how I replace “infinity” with “finiteness”.

Eternal are the oscillations, but what oscillates need not be infinite in extension. It can only extend to the limit of its action potential. That action potential is on the Y-axis of rotation/spin and it has no spatial extension for as long as it remains there, but it never does except for in our hypothetical theories. In reality it appears as quantized space units which pops in and out of sight. The extensions do not extend “into” space, but they *are *space. They might be understood as the flat spatial extensions of vertical time contractions. But I would be careful with saying that there is “contraction” at all. I suggest “relaxation” being a better concept to work with. The basic unit need not “contract” in order to “pull” back its extension. All it has to do is being finite, and the surface will inverse naturally after reaching its potential limit of action. Then the tension/stretching of its pole value will increase as the perimeter decreases. The weird thing is that the tensor value will not increase as an effective value of extended space. The extension value will decrease without some corresponding tensor increasing in real “length”.

That’s why bosons can be in superposition, but … that is probably only in theory and a way to make sense of data. I suggest the superposition is continously realized as definite position, and that this position, as a particular placement in relative space, is only momentary. That would be a consequence from fundamental oscillation. That might also explain why we only get either “position” or “velocity” when measuring the little 1’s. They are both, but never simultaneously. But being both, one value must always translate to the other. On the other hand, if the above is true, I guess “velocity” is equal to surface perimeter and “position” is the corresponding potential of the invisible Y-axis. Position could be everywhere since the Y-potential is definitely non-local. It localizes itself as it translates into a surface.

Easy cheese, and the holes are not in it. It is the cheese that comes out of the holes.

My question is concerning the mechanics of this unit and exactly how it manages to oscillate as to both “break” and then “re-assemble” its fractions. I think hydrodynamics have it, but I’m unfamiliar with that.

A finite volume (tricky concept here since 1/2 of the unit has zero volume in space) of viscoelastic spin must “flatten out” perpendicular to axis of rotation (magnetism and electricity being in 90 degree relation), and this should be without the pole axis ever having any spatial extension itself.

Rather than a spheroid, ovoid or ellipse, the basic unit would be in the shape of an annulus where the inner and other areas translate each other. The inner area would be the “White hole” out of which “space” emerges as a 2D-disc, and then immediately it is the “Black hole” into which “space” dis-appears.

Reality is neither This, nor That. It is not discrete or continous, not QM or GR.

It oscillates, and C is as slow as it gets. Anything slower that C is in a theory of relative values, and dang me if that is not Everything we are and Everything else in empirical reality.

Bummer….

# The bending of Euclid

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