[ExI] Weird New Physics Update

Mike Dougherty msd001 at gmail.com
Wed Jan 4 01:18:44 UTC 2012

On Tue, Jan 3, 2012 at 3:22 AM, The Avantguardian <
avantguardian2020 at yahoo.com> wrote:

> As I predicted it would, my humble laptop running brute-force
> dimensional-analysis algorithms in Python has led me to some highly
> unintuitive insights.
> Not the least of which is a new understanding of space-time. Its not what
> anyone thinks it is. Or rather it is what no one allows themselves to think
> it is. It is a gas composed of particles of space-time that are
> gravitational-vortices of space-time. I want to call these particles
> vortons but that name is taken by some vague string-theory crap. So I will
> call them vorticons.
> These votices have both particle and wave properties that can be
> determined by QM. This vorticon gas that is space-time itself behaves as a
> specific type of hydrodynamic fluid called a dilatant or shear-thickening
> fluid in rheology. I know what you are thinking . . . aether theory right?
> Wrong!

Does your current thinking of vorticons include multiple-vorticon clusters
behaving in any particular way? (no pun intended)

What you describe sounds to me like some soapy dishwater that gets agitate
and foams up - the soap bubbles are analogous to these vorticons?  The
reason I asked about clustering is that sometimes soap-bubbles form inside
other soap bubbles, and the pressure on the air/soap/air boundaries would
be non-uniform across a foam depending on the weight of more-dense bubbles
and their proximity to neighbors.  If a given [candidate] bubble has only
two neighbors, but one is a singular type and the other is deeply nested
with "children" - does a 3 body calculation describe their relationship or
should the descendants be included in the 'force count' against the
candidate?  (using the term force count for lack of a better term)

btw, if pixels are 2d units of a plane and voxels are volumetric pixels in
3d - then it would be an easier understood extension to call your
space-time units some form of *xels  (Texels, 4xels, ???)  [though odd, i
like 4xels because that also extends to 5xels describing 4xels +1 dimension
of interaction - and it could be pronounced like "force-ells" or
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
URL: <http://lists.extropy.org/pipermail/extropy-chat/attachments/20120103/d43f1172/attachment.html>

More information about the extropy-chat mailing list