Positive and Negative

Again, an ambiguous start. Lots of meanings for positive and negative.

If you have ever stuck your finger inside a Christmas light socket, or touched the tip of your tongue to the terminals of a 9-volt battery, or seen lightening, that’s the positive and negative I am talking about.

Everybody knows what positive and negative are, but like most everything else, nobody can explain it.

Our grade school textbooks show pictures of little round balls that have a ” + or -” sign stamped on for good measure. I guess that’s supposed to mean something, if you have a clue what the + or – actually means, which is where everything you learned about plus and minus, and electricity, and magnetic fields, and most everything else falls apart.

We are taught that there are mysterious little charges and electrons and fluff that snog about and do magic by making things positive and negative with some sort of Hogwarts spell. The smarter the crowd, the more complex the magic, but honestly, it’s all the same thing, just making up a story to explain what we see.

Hence this writing. Yes, this is just another story to explain what we see, but at least this one makes sense, and doesn’t require a dozen or so other even more complex legends to support it.

For starters, the dominant structures found in nature look like spheres. They aren’t really spheres, but that’s what our eyes see and our hands feel. Our eyes are also spheres, so that we can see the dominant structures. Imagine that.

In a world dominated by spherical structures, the notion of plus and minus has no meaning, literally. It’s ambiguous, at least for all points on the surface.

Pick up a marble or ball bearing and try to differentiate two different points on the surface. Good luck. You can’t, unless there is a chip or a variation.  That’s what makes spheres spheres, the total lack of differentiation. So how is plus and minus supposed to work?

What about the shock we get on our tongue from touching a battery, or the bang that happens when lightning strikes?

Are they because somebody stamped magical little +’s and -‘s on stuff?

Nope,

Enter Binary Dimension Theory

In Binary Dimension Theory, all geometry is fractal, and the fractal has a pointy end and a big end. Check out other places in The Pool to find out more.

Everything we perceive as plus or minus or + and – or positive and negative is a direct result of having a pointy end and a big end.  Fractals produce a kind of compression, or expansion, and the difference between the spatial compression and expansion we have labeled Positive and Negative, because it was the first thing that came to mind.

We never really knew what created the positive and negative, we just knew it was there, and so we created legends about how it got there.

In actuality, there are no patchwork of legends required. No magic involved.

Just Binary Dimension Theory. 

It’s really simple, and it works.

Once you see it, things get really easy to understand. Keep reading.

Try to stay positive ok? Ha ha.

 

 

Self-Licking Ice Cream Cones

Recently a reader pointed out that using the word Dimension to explain Dimension Theory is like a self-licking ice cream cone. She used a different word, tautology I believe, to explain why my ideas were invalidated by apparently circular logic.

Well, I would gladly offer up the fact that my ideas roundly suck, even without using abstract ancient Greek metaphors…..but I went to the dictionary to see what she meant anyway.

Then I had a good laugh.

Here’s why my Ice Cream Cone is NOT self-licking.

Dimension is taught in schools as literally a measure of length, width or height, or abstractly, a combination of all three. In advanced curriculums, Dimension is sometimes used to connote a seemingly measurable property, such as time.

Ok, so it’s something we are taught to measure to use as a framework for measuring other stuff. Got it.

When you read the word “Dimension” in The Pool, it does NOT mean a length, width, height, or combination of the three. It does NOT mean “time” or any other arbitrarily measurable widget.

In Binary Dimension Theory, Dimension is not a scalar, it cannot be measured, well, it can, but the measurement is completely arbitrary and absolutely temporal.

Binary Dimension Theory is based on fractal constructs, and fractals are immune to any sort of meaningful measurement, simply because of their inherent characteristics.

It would be nonsensical to try to apply the classical meaning of the word DIMENSION to Binary Dimension Theory, so please stop it.

Why did I use the word Dimension in the first place? Because the idea is a good placeholder, with a sense of wonder that is salvageable by adding some original thought and creativity.

In Binary Dimension Theory, Dimension is what holds space open, literally. 

Dimension, in Binary Dimension Theory, has a analog, that I made up to try to help people get their brain around an infinitely variable fractal manifold.

It’s not a good analog, but it gets the idea across, with a bit of imagination, and willingness to ditch the useless notion of measurable widgets you learned in school.

Lots of info on The REAL Dimension in The Pool. Have at it.

Please feel free to get a Pool Cone and enjoy it while you are in The Pool. But there’s a caveat, you have to lick it, it WILL NOT lick itself.

Bon Apetit’

Flat Earth Theory

I adore people who believe the earth is flat. Absolutely fascinating.

I adore them because they are smart, and inquisitive; (although demonstrably logic challenged), but mostly because they sense that what they learned in school is way wrong. Catastrophically wrong.

In a sort of intellectual revolt, Flat Earthers constructed a thread of logic that explains how they looked at bits of fluff that didn’t add up, saw a conspiracy concerning the shape of the earth, and are the only ones brave enough to say something about it in public.

They then formed a Flat Earth collective, and the rest is history.

Here’s a SERIOUS warning, if you look at flat earth stuff long enough, and tend toward believing conspiracy theories, you might actually adopt their logic, no matter how smart, or educated you are, or how stupid the whole idea looked when you started.

The reason is simple. Flat Earth Theory is seductive, because some stuff doesn’t make sense, and the more you question the parts that don’t make sense, the more frustrated you get with your education, because you swallowed it whole, and paid for the opportunity with a large portion of the most fun part of your life.

OK, here’s the disclaimer, the only bit of logic the Flat Earth Theorists got right, is that their education was, well, serially faulted. Everything else is highly entertaining, well intended balderdash, but not for the reasons you might expect.

Flat Earther Theorists conflict with “normal people” over basic geometry. The problem is, neither Flat Earthers nor “normal people” got it right.

Cutting to the chase,

  1. The Earth is not Round
  2. The Earth is not Flat
  3. Traditional geometry, that is, based on the Axioms of Euclid, things like circles and triangles and planes and lines, will NEVER resolve the argument, because it CAN’T.

OK, since you are in The Pool, I will graciously throw you a Life Preserver.

The only logical construct that resolves items 1 through 3 above is Binary Dimension Theory.

The physical universe is not flat or round, it is a Fractal Geometry, not a Euclidian Geometry, and until you grasp that logic, the physical universe will continue to be too conflicted to make sense.

Oh, and, by the way, watching arguments over whether stuff is round or flat is, well, frankly, the best show in town, so I secretly hope the Flat Earth movement continues to enlist colorful personalities to press the brawl, and that the science community continues to eye-roll, head-shake and wink at each other.

Once you understand Binary Dimension Theory, the whole thing makes perfect sense, and the arguments stop, and you will experience a profound sense of comfort.

So, I hope that you are a Flat Earther, because if so, you are of the right mind set to comprehend Binary Dimension Theory.

Binary Dimension Theory will likely save your life, literally.

Especially if you start reading Flat Earth stuff without the life preserver I gave you.

Have an apparently flat, but actually fractal swim.

 

Quantum Entanglement

This piece is for my dear friend Rich, a fellow swabbie and Pool frequenter.

Neils Bohr and Albert Einstein had regular cat house brawls over this topic, hence the clearly understandable entanglement graphic.

By the way, neither party got it right. They stopped at the patently obvious, and failed completely to investigate the underlying structures. Alas, such was the state of physics 100 or so years ago.

Quantum entanglement is not something new, it is part of the fabric of dimension, the norm, not the exception. It is not voodoo or spooky or magical or abnormal, or even odd, for that matter.

In Binary Dimension Theory, quantum entanglement is pre-school stuff, so I have a hard time seeing what all the arguing was about.

Everybody knows what chains are. Links that are hooked together sequentially.

OK, nothing new here. The particular kind of chain that explains quantum entanglement is called a Higgs Chain.

Higgs Chains are axially aligned bits of dimension. They would look like whirlpools nested inside whirlpools, nested inside whirlpools.

Anywhere along the Higgs Chain, you will find entanglement. It is the nature of fractal geometry. It is also the nature of a chain, I mean seriously, have you ever met a chain that wasn’t entangled? No tangled links = no chain. Duh.

Feel free to peruse Higgs Chains elsewhere in The Pool, or not.

Oh, but here’s the big surprise, quantum entanglement is actually spherical, not just run of the mill, linear, point to point stuff, which is all that the Chinese have pieced together so far. So when the 50lb heads get far along enough to see the spherical nature of entanglement, there will be Nobel Prizes all around. Funny how life works.

What does this mean? It means that the framework we use to describe stuff is hosed up like a soup sandwich. Einstein and Bohr quarreled over how “spooky” quantum entanglement is. That is because they were stuck in the axioms of Euclid’s Geometry, which has ZERO relevance to the way the Universe is actually built. Our whole framework is, well, wrong. The stuff you learned in school was, well, wrong.

Step up to Binary Dimension Theory, it will suddenly all make sense.

Enjoy The Pool. Kick your feet. Quantum entanglement keeps you afloat. Imagine that.

Life

Well, explaining life can’t be that hard because you are reading this, and therefore have personal experience with the topic.

In Binary Dimension Theory, life is, like everything else, just another dimensional density variation process that we observe as changes in fractal patterns. Really easy, really simple.

The life process is characterized by the presence of Higgs Chains, Higgs Junctions and Higgs Gates, no new parts required.

It begs the question “is life an unavoidable consequence of dimensioned space”? The answer is YES, with a capital Y.

It also begs the follow-on question “since dimensioned space is a subset of zero-dimension, is life therefore also an unavoidable consequence of zero-dimension”? Again, the answer is yes, with a BOLDED, CAPITAL Y.

Huh? Easy.

Life is not some statistical abnormality brought about by gagillions of teeny bits of fluff crashing into each other until they hit the life jackpot.

Life is ubiquitous. It is part of the fabric of dimensioned space. Are we alone? Well, no, of course not.

Does all life look like us, or maybe seeds, or puppy dogs? Well, in volumes of equal dimensional density, the answer is roughly yes. However, as dimensional density, and therefore, local physics varies, life’s fractal structures vary with it.

Would life in a black hole be made of hydrocarbons like us? Nope. More likely whatever the next level of quantized abstraction looks like. Hard to say, really, because our senses don’t work there.

Is there life in the very large and very small? Yes. Fractals are self organizing and self repeating, and life exists at all levels of repetition and abstraction.

OK, here’s the mind bending part. Put some air in your floaties because The Pool is deep here.

Like everything else in Binary Dimension Theory, all life is connected, all the time, through Higgs Gates.

It’s all different scales of the same thing, repeated in interconnected fractal patterns.

Sooo…..while reading this drivel, you are connected to life forms you can’t even dream of.

They are embedded in you, and you in them, and you will see it, and them, when your soul hops a Higgs Gate.

How cool is that?

Enjoying The Pool? It’s a great life, after all.

Geometry

Put your floaties on, because this part of The Pool is deep.

Geometry must be cool because smart people do it, right? We can all draw straight lines, circles, and recognize triangles (maybe not the hypotenuse part), got a Spirograph for Christmas, and have heard of tangents, whatever they are. Yeah, that.

Geometry must be DECIDEDLY cool.

Here’s the rub. Are you sitting down? It’s all self-deluded balderdash.

There was a Greek guy named Euclid that hung out at the forum about 300 years before Jesus showed up.

Euclid was really organized, and unfortunately, a good writer. He created a bunch of “axioms” and “proofs” that swept everybody off their logical feet for a couple thousand years.

Euclid’s Geometry axioms were about lines and triangles and planes and stuff that we all learned about in junior high school. They sounded logical, and looked air tight.

Uh, well, check your floaties. Houston, we have a problem.

There are no straight lines, or perfect circles. There is nothing, at all, that is straight, or round, as we know it. We think perfect lines or circles into being, because that’s how our brains do business. But, sorry, no lines, or circles or triangles or hypotenii, or anything else that goes by the name Geometry exist in the real world.

Here’s why. The fundamental structure of everything, isn’t straight. It is the shape of how we think of a black hole, like a whirlpool no matter what angle you view it from. The closest thing to geometry that fits what the Universe really looks like would be a sphere, sort of, because that is the closest thing that our brain can think of. It’s not really spherical at all, but hey, our pea brains have to start somewhere.

The underlying shape of everything is fractal, and there is zero overlap between fractal structures and what we learned as geometry. Can we draw really pretty pictures of fractals made of straight pieces? Jeaaahhh, but they are not found in the fabric of the universe, anywhere.

There is, technically, room for a discussion about fractal geometry, but it has not been invented yet, at least not in terms other than straight lines and other stuff that doesn’t really exist, so the current body of fractal geometry is balderdash too.

In a Universe made of scaled fractals, straight lines are crutches we use to build buildings and bridges and stuff. If you are a mechanical design engineer, you know that NOTHING wants to be in a straight line, so you have to build fudge factors to make stuff look straight, or round, for a short while anyway.

Geometry = fail, sorry. If you are a Geometry teacher, your secret is safe, FOR NOW, but don’t hold your breath, because Binary Dimension Theory is coming to a school near you soon, and Geometry is the first thing out the window.

Are your floaties still working? Remember to paddle.

Time Travel

This is an easy topic to address.

Doesn’t exist. Not even close.

Binary Dimension Theory holds that dimension is a scalable fractal, which means that apparent physics are inherently unquantized, and the notion of co-incidence is meaningless.

Huh? Time cannot be merged, because no two “times references” can be equal. It’s utter nonsense, although clearly seductive nonsense.

Time is an artifact of how complex organic structures perceive fractal scaling. Please read that again, because it is the most profound sentence you have ever read.

Time only exists because we are here to think it.

There is no other way to say it. That is what the apparent quantity we sense as TIME really is. You heard it here first.

Time travel is a romantic thought experiment that has zero basis in the observable universe.

Easy peasy.

The Pool is relaxing today.

Chickens Walking on Paper

Some chickens are smarter than others, apparently. When they walk on paper, people believe crazy stuff is written in the scratchy patterns left behind.

Here is a famous example.

E=mc²

Must have been a smart chicken. These tracks were left on the floor of the Special Relativity cage. Fooled many smart people for over a century. The problem is, it’s just chicken scratch on paper. Pretty much meaningless, and utterly useless, unless you are a chicken.

At the request of a reader, enclosed are some new chicken tracks for your cryptographic perusal. These particular tracks were left behind on the floor of the Binary Dimension Theory cage.  Equally meaningless, and also utterly useless. Just remember, you saw it here first.

You saw it here first.
G is gravity
G is still gravity

No chickens in the pool. They know how to swim, but they don’t know that they know how to swim.

If you see a chicken in The Pool, please render assistance, immediately.

Quantum Computing

Please look carefully at the attached graphic, because it is what all the folks waiting on quantum computing will look like, sooner or later.

The word “quantum” is only spoken and written by really smart people, right?

I wish it were true.

At some level, it makes sense, sort of, if you are willing to invest in drinking the academic kool-aid required to understand it.

The problem is, Quantum Mechanics is fatally flawed, so Quantum Computing is fatally flawed. It’s just a nonsensical bridge that attempts to explain how really small stuff doesn’t behave the same way that big stuff behaves.

No matter how much time and money is mixed together, Quantum Computing will never amount to anything of substantial value. It is impossible to build cool stuff out of really bad understanding of the way things interact.

Ok, genius, so is there a solution? Well. likely so. Binary Field Theory is what Quantum Mechanics SHOULD HAVE BEEN, and is undoubtedly headed.

At least Binary Field Theory explains what a quanta is, where is occurs and what it looks like. There are also quantized constructs in fractal geometry, which might turn into a binary computing method, someday, assuming somebody invents a mathematics for fractals.

Until then, no need to swim in the Quantum Computing end of the pool, because there was never really any water in it, just some apparently smart people saying there was. I would caution NOT to dive there.

Thermodynamics

Big words, set in stone. Lots of equations. Fist fights over Thermodynamic Jailbreaks. Lots of Thermodynamics Sheriffs around, apparently.

In The Pool, there are no Sheriffs, and no rules to break. Binary Dimension Theory is binary. What’s to break?

Look, everybody knows what hot and cold feel like, and that they can trade places, and frequently do. Thermodynamics measures the trading places part.

Thermodynamics is the study of heat transfer, and it is a well understood concept. Unfortunately, the framework used to apply thermodynamics is about as hosed up as it gets, because nobody has a clue what heat or cold is in the first place.

It is like gravity, we observe it and measure it but have zero clue what it is made of.

The difference between Thermodynamics and Binary Dimension Theory boils down to this; nobody has the foggiest clue why hot and cold move around. We can measure how fast they move with great accuracy, but hey, there is a big difference between timing a foot race, and knowing why legs need to run.

In Binary Dimension Theory, there is no hot or cold. Instead, there are Higgs Chains, moving as waves, that interact with Higgs Junctions, and there is a reasonable model of why it happens.

Higgs Junctions are quantized bits of Periodic Table stuff that get hot and cold, or at least appear to.

By interact, I mean that the fractal volume of Higgs Chains merge into Higgs Junctions, and bend the Junction’s fractal geometry the way you stretch a rubber band. When the Higgs Junction snaps back into place, the Higgs Chain leaves as an apparant wave, and the process repeats.

Simply speaking, heat is a measure of the fractal stretch of a Higgs Junction.

Cool huh?

So how cold can it get? Well, as confusing as it seems, the limit for extreme heat and extreme cold are the same limit, the Higgs Gate.

It’s a binary limit and it converges on the same value. No math required.

Really simple stuff. Waves. Swirls in a stream. A ringing bell.

All the same.

Easy swim today. Make waves.