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**New Theories / Can we draw a geometrical representation of gravity?**

« **on:**01/07/2022 03:54:25 »

I'm building a mind view representation of gravity and polarity based on the latin symbol for infinite which the intersection it's then stretched forwards (in time) as the two semi circles conjoined appearing to be one.

It's more a 2D/3D way to try to put the picture I perceived as "puncture" into an image translation. Still the proper one would require 4D rendering as it would resemble a cone like structure.

No precise math involved whatsoever, open to interpretation.

Still need to see where this will take.

Derived from the geometrical representation of infinite, while trying to draw a field based on it. Still missing to add inward motion, and rendering it 3D on a sphere. ♾️

Though the left and right sides which resulted in reversed poles must intersect at the middle of the intersection at the same time.

When accelerating it sideways it does create a sphere like illusion around the middle.

Despise the rudimentary drawing it's the way I perceive gravity.

Actually I was washing clothes and couldn't stop noticing the water flowing 😜🙄

It's more a 2D/3D way to try to put the picture I perceived as "puncture" into an image translation. Still the proper one would require 4D rendering as it would resemble a cone like structure.

No precise math involved whatsoever, open to interpretation.

Still need to see where this will take.

Derived from the geometrical representation of infinite, while trying to draw a field based on it. Still missing to add inward motion, and rendering it 3D on a sphere. ♾️

Though the left and right sides which resulted in reversed poles must intersect at the middle of the intersection at the same time.

When accelerating it sideways it does create a sphere like illusion around the middle.

Despise the rudimentary drawing it's the way I perceive gravity.

Actually I was washing clothes and couldn't stop noticing the water flowing 😜🙄