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Horn Torus - 'Geometry Of Everything'  by Wolfgang Daeumler
a small selection of short excerpts from DornTorus (German)
1.  The Elimination Of Emptiness - a short creation story
2.  How did Emptiness count numbers? - quintessence of idleness
3.  Mental leaps - time is redundant
4.  Has time a direction? - what means time reversal?
5.  Real or imaginary world? - imagination and decision made easy
6.  Engrams - impediment to comprehension
7.  Dynamic geometry - renunciation of dimensionality
8.  Spatial point - without dimensions - what in the world is that?
9.  Analogies - dynamic geometry versus physical entities
10. Identifications - unrolling lines versus reference objects of physicists
11. Examples - a sneak peek as teaser
12. Dimensionality - not a physical term!
13. Gravitation and forces - intrinsic times and matter of rotation
14. Patterns and strings - of winding lines and tiny snippets
15. Metric - when dynamic processes induce discrete values
16. Grand unification - in plain common speech
   Inside view - missing link to reality  (temporary draft, content changing from time to time)
   Conformality seems to illustrate the linkage between pure mathematical description and our perception of 'reality'
( this page mainly serves as placeholder and temporary compression of brief thoughts, is lacking in consistence and shall not be taken literally (matter can boggle one's mind and imaginative power might be over-worked :-)

We don't recognize 'flow of time'. We only notice patterns and structures around us, still or moving in relation to ourselves. We - and all the billions of particles we are composed of - run through the time component of space-time with speed of light, or in the horn torus image perform the revolution around the torus bulges - equally with speed of light, and we have no obvious possibility to notice this part of movement when only using our sensory perception and common sense. We - resp. our particles - don't 'feel' directly the acceleration of angular velocities, when our particles (we) pass spatial points with smaller horn tori in their neighbourhood, we don't notice that the longitudes of the horn tori converge in vicinity of the horn torus center, and we don't observe that all patterns and structures are distorted here to thin 'spaghettis' and eventually to self-extinguishing disappearing lines, in same sense as we wouldn't realise passing the edge of a black hole.
But when observing the space component of space-time whose rotation generally is constant, one notices when the ratio of revolution to rotation changes: with the same (not perceived) rate as the longitudes diminish in size, the latitudes seem to increase, compared with the erroneously constant longitudes, with the effect that the patterns and structures seem to keep their shape constant. But notabene only when observation takes place from inside the horn torus, as comoving part of the dynamic system. An 'outside' view does not exist, is not defined.
Now remember: revolution stands for (not perceivable) imaginary time, rotation for our real outer world, and conclude: the conformal horn torus - as an illusion! - is the connective link between mathematical-geometrical description and perceived 'real' world, an illusion alike ...
... along with the illusion of time comes the illusion of space as a container for all what we call real world. The most common and at least identifiable, therefore presumably never ever eradicable illusion for us humans is the perception of a three-(or four- or more-)dimensional space as our natural surrounding. After decades of observing the matter and participants I relinquished the attempt to convince anybody of the importance to realise this illusion before getting a fundamental idea of physical (better: mathematical) 'reality', because I know: physics and daily life do work without philosophical consistence very well, without restriction of any kind - I'm playing a game only, as already stated ...
to be continued sometime - meanwhile enjoy this nice moving artmetic image of an inside view

September 2018 

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