reply to post by Smell The Roses
There's a reason, imo, that the pyramids and other structures like Stonehenge are
A. Found on Ley lines, at least afaik
and in regards to Egypt
B. Egypt's pyramids and such are mapped to the constellations
This is called " Isomorphism "
" An isomorphism (Greek: ἴσος isos "equal", and μορφή morphe "shape") is a mapping between objects that shows a relationship between
two properties or operations. If there exists an isomorphism between two structures, the two structures are said to be isomorphic. In a certain sense,
isomorphic structures are structurally identical if more minute definitional differences are ignored. "
Now, in the concept of predicting events in Einsteins relativity with Ricci curvature
" In relativity theory, the Ricci tensor is the part of the curvature of space-time that determines the degree to which matter will tend to converge
or diverge in time (via the Raychaudhuri equation). It is related to the matter content of the universe by means of the Einstein field equation. In
differential geometry, lower bounds on the Ricci tensor on a Riemannian manifold allow one to extract global geometric and topological information by
comparison (cf. comparison theorem) with the geometry of a constant curvature space form. If the Ricci tensor satisfies the vacuum Einstein equation,
then the manifold is an Einstein manifold, which have been extensively studied (cf. Besse 1987). In this connection, the Ricci flow equation governs
the evolution of a given metric to an Einstein metric, the precise manner in which this occurs ultimately leads to the solution of the Poincaré
...which is interesting because of Grigori Pereleman's
proof of the Poincaré conjecture , the one he turned down the money and medals for, and said:
" I've learned how to calculate the voids; along with my colleagues we are getting to know the mechanisms for filling in the social and economic
"voids". Voids are everywhere. They can be calculated, and this gives us great opportunities ... I know how to control the Universe. So tell me —
why should I chase a million? "
He uses a type of Ricci flow over the shape of a torus, which when he did so, he found singularities.
Why is that interesting ?
Because the universe is thought to be intrinsically shaped like a doughnut.
and we know that by the Holographic Universe , ( Thank you Leonard Susskind ! ) that the universe is holographically projected from the " boundary
And according to the P conjecture, which states
" Every simply connected, closed 3-manifold is homeomorphic to the 3-sphere. "
but also stated that " neither of two loops on a torus can be continuously tightened to a point. A torus is not homeomorphic to a sphere. "
but Grigori found out otherwise by observing " pinches ".
Interesting because to preserve a function between two different topologies, you use homeomophic mapping
" In the mathematical field of topology, a homeomorphism or topological isomorphism or bicontinuous function is a continuous function between
topological spaces that has a continuous inverse function. "
" Topology is the study of those properties of objects that do not change when homeomorphisms are applied. As Henri Poincaré famously said,
mathematics is not the study of objects, but instead, the relations (isomorphisms for instance) between them. "
and during alignments on a cosmological scale, there are conduits created by overlapping gravitational fields, this is because of the direct
connection between very large gravitational field, and the weak nuclear force, also called the electroweak force.
so E=mc^2 is possibly ( I could be wrong ) violated , but only on scales untestable.
So, idk, Perelman could have found through surjective functions,
that he could predict or influence events, or potentials for events, because thoughts are basically " evoked potentials ".
Just thinking out loud though.