Correlations between The Two Domains and RST
Category:Joe's observations I found Jack's / Nad's article on The two domains and the discussion thereof concerning the dichotomy of the Nodal model, as well as the notion of Fourier transform relating the space and time domains as inverses, intriguing. I see parallels to the concepts espoused in Dewey Larson's Reciprocal system of theory (RST).
- the nodal tree is a perfect example of a discrete space that has properties of a continuum, that is, "division" into the infinitesimal = multiplication into perpetuity.
- It's a fractal space.
- the fractions don't carry the ordinary sense of "not integer" they have some characteristics of integers but in an inverse space.
- Can this space be represented as three dimensional? Yes. Each tree level is a ring-shaped address space, thus it is a series of expanding rings, or a binary cone.
- can it be represented as a star-tetrahedral geometry? Dunno. Let me smoke something and get back to this.
- if a fractal space is infinite, how can the tree have a root node? Symmetry! The singularity nexus between inverse space aspects - each infinite to the other infinitesimal. And vice - versa - timespace and spacetime.
- The root is the equivalent of the undivided whole or source energy of creation, finite and infinite are concepts that exist only from the perspective of inside the created space-time and is potentially infinitely small and large, but the node-tree is what brings that space-time about and starts at 1 the unified whole. --nad 13:29, 17 September 2010 (NZST)
- Also, the nodal model is actually a real-life executional model rather than a theoretical model and so exists in the finite context of a computational enviornment. --nad 13:31, 17 September 2010 (NZST)
For this reason, I'm suggesting that no model of spacetime would be complete without incorporating fracto-computational ideas such as are exposited in A New Kind of Science .
To Do: expound...