The file is a k3d surface file and the image is with conditional boundaries spaces and with surface normals. The file extension is k3ds. I have been working at resolving the sqrt(-1) as it is extended into all mathematics. There is a different perspective to all this that is less contradictory, and allows an easy progression to higher space, but it is like learning math from the ground up in a new way. It doesn't bother me as I switch from language to language all the time in programming and on the net. Sadly, this is the simplest common denominator that I can create and even this is not the whole picture. I have started doing Python in blender to allow things that are only available in other packages like numpy and even gimp or inkscape. The image is of some related surfaces that also have connectivity between them and so this is another dimension and this is just the relationship of three dimensions. I can select surfaces in the 3D space and use them in blender to analyze and comprehend the complex functional space of a signal, gravity, or system.

Name:motey /* Author: motey */ F():(x/y)*(x+y)+(y/x)*(x+y)+(x+z)*(x/z)+(z/x)*(x+z)+(z/y)*(z+y)+(y/z)*(y+z)-15*(cos(x)+cos(y)+cos(z))[x]: -pi , pi [y]: -pi , pi [z]: -pi , pi Cnd:(x^2+y^2>3.14)&(x+y+z>-3.14);

When the matrices are included in this it becomes even more complex and this is the foundational relationship of numerical space or measured space and sets.

It is very complex and the rule sets are complex. I see no way to resolve it to anything less simple, in fact it must be 4 infinities more complex than this just to deal with common perception.

There is quite a bit of overlap in the packages, but it seems that Python is the common denominator which can integrate them all. Perl and CPAN is another, but Perl is a little trickier and somewhat obtuse. Python seems to be structured well enough to be understandable, though it lacks speed. This is where the libraries help.

I suppose I will use the blender template with python to integrate all of the math and graphics. It has 3space and time incorporated in the design and so is closer to the manipulation of S3 in S3 and T2 in T2, but that is as close as 3 infinities, but there seems no better way to deal with it or allow visualization.

G and c fall out as it is applied to charge space and so it gives a coherent expansion of the possibilities for matter from the lowest elements to the combinations of them.

An interesting correlation is the nature of information itself and that relationship to the DNA pair AT and also GC. I could say that a specific temperature that GC is boundary and AT is open and thus the combinations of AT^{n} are the information in the same way that 0s and 1s are the foundation of binary logic.

The TED talk by Michael Shermer is very entertaining and it is an interesting equation that deals with Type 1 and Type 2 errors when Type 2 is fatal. It is worth viewing. It does get to the heart of superstition. I would add that superstition and craziness can be a survival parameter in the same way that randomness can be applied to war games to get advantage. Just because some people are illogical and insane does not mean they are absolutely destined for a Darwin award, and in fact the crazy guy and his wife who hide in a cave could be the founder of a new race if there is a global calamity that makes them selected. It seems that there is an underlying survival mechanism that is explored in the "Mote in God's Eye" and that is the "Crazy Eddie" hypothesis. And the moties is the origin of the pseudonym motey that I often use.

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