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Offline jjac

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Uncovering of a novel geometric structure system
« on: 27/01/2006 07:34:07 »
I recently completed an essay outlining my observations and findings on a novel geometric structure system that I've explored over the past several years.  I call it the Spiral Geometic System for reasons that are obvious, as it is a structural/numerical systemization of the 3-dimensional spiral form. My task has been to uncover and demonstrate how this novel geometric structure system corresponds with natural form, and incorporates the qualitative and quantitative properties of the existing geometric systems derived from the circle, square and triangle geometric forms.  It's been a lot of fun, and now I'd like to share it for discussion. I've posted the 5 part essay at: newbielink:http://briefcase.yahoo.com/spiralgeometricsystem [nonactive] for anyone who's interested. Or, contact me at lacanova@valornet.com and I'll forward it.
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Re: Uncovering of a novel geometric structure system
« Reply #1 on: 28/01/2006 10:36:28 »
Tried to look at your link and it doesn't seem to work.  You get to the header but can't open the files.

OK  Ive tried again and it seems to work now but I havent time for a long read at the moment.

Ive now skimmed through the documents and find some interesting ideas.

Have you reas anything by Roger Penrose on Twistor theory or any serious works on string theory?

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Re: Uncovering of a novel geometric structure system
« Reply #2 on: 29/01/2006 03:09:00 »
I've noted the same problem. A double-click on the "My Documents" header works, but I had to do it twice to get to the files.

While I have followed the work of Roger Penrose for several years, and some of Brian Greene's work with string theory, I wouldn't say that I have a serious grasp of their concepts, but only a sense that there is some correspondence with the geometric properties of the spiral geometric system (SGS) that I began uncovering about 25 years ago. My notion is that the SGS may provide a reasonable geometric basis for new cosmological concepts.  Would one begin with the question of how the mathematical term of measure, distance/rotational degrees, qualitatively and quantitatively expressed by the SGS corresponds with existing Twistor or string theory?
 

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