Originally posted by SystemResistorgravity will always pull and the stars will continue to burn in predictable manners.
Gravity and stars might be predictable in the sense that their behavior is somewhat consistent at the macro scale, but models of their behaviours are
not particularly efficiently computed by current mathematical theory.
Gravity is not a pull without a mechanism to pull with. Did Einstein provide this mechanism? No, he just provided some mathematical curves to plot
the observed effects against. We have barely moved in our understanding of the true subtleties of gravity since Newton's theories.
Current theories of star generation and nucleosynthesis are something of a joke too. This is not surprising, considering physicists are currently
forced to follow the mathematical dogma of Quantum Mechanics when expressing their theories.
Through the factorial relationship, the numbers that are plotted in Euler's number triangle have strong associations to a type of rational finite
calculus which has not yet been efficiently explained or diagrammed to the mainstream. My hunch is, if you really want to predict what is going on
with real physical phenomena, you are better off using algorithms based on basic, fundamentally efficient principles.
Anyway, I showed some friends how to plot row-13(alien) manually the other day. I laser cut the number triangle out into fridge magnets then cut a
bunch of black and white pixels from the same material. The number triangle part was fine, because I had it in sequence and everyone could tell what
I was doing. We had a laptop and phones to check numbers.
But plotting out the pixels took forever! And I kept getting the row mixed up etc. It look a couple of hours with breaks, in the end. I need to get
that down to about 10 mins :/ I'll make a video if I can get it down to 10 mins.
I think everyone was kinda freaked out. It was a pretty strange thing to show people, and when you see how simple it is to create the numbers, it is
pretty hard to deny that it is weird. Especially when I told them these images are almost completely unknown by mathematics and science.
No pics, I'm afraid. But I made a little laser cut tile of row-28 recently (I think of row-28 as 'beard dude') - the material has a black layer
which you can laser off, then it shows the white underneath. I have to do this because the rows look different in negative and positive: