3. Mental leaps|
Today, after Emptiness has retired more than 13 billions years ago, when She could not cope with the rotating (spinning) number circles, a conscious observer sits in the center of the now rather compact system of interlaced horn tori, measuring the world around him. Together with the horn tori he and all particles assembling him perform the revolution ('torsion') of all torus bulges respectively the rolling along the imaginary common axis of all tori, like a three dimensional symmetric yo-yo.
Additionally he and all his particles perform the rotation. Rotation means spinning around the axis of symmetry through the center of the horn tori. Revolution is the rolling of the torus bulge along this axis, combined with the locomotion on the axis.
(A German artist invented a toy that demonstrates this combination of movements. See this demonstration, and/or this one.)
Every observer sits in such a center of interlaced horn tori, with slightly different set of tori. When rolling along the imaginary axis, the horn tori change their sizes, they become bigger or smaller, determined by rotation and revolution. To bring two observers to a common point (same center), they have to adjust the size of their respective tori to finally being identic.
It is not very difficult for imagination - anticipating later interpretations -, to identify every single horn torus as the actual effect of one particular elementary particle, the size representing its 'distance', the rotation (spin!) perhaps something like 'energy', 'mass', 'frequency' etc. The imaginary axis is our real time, but you easily recognize, that time then is redundant, what means: not necessary as own dimension. Horns of all very big tori, equivalent to big distances of particles, do the same as time can do. So, flow of time - keeping time as auxiliary variable - is a kind of rolling.
And it is obvious - equally as anticipation -, that speed of rolling along the axis can be identified with velocity of light! Whatever speed you choice for locomotion, the geometric and dynamic situations always remain exactly the same, even when you make it infinitesimal small. A very simple but anyway sophisticated mechanism equals this speed immediately by changing the reference scale, what from inside the system cannot be recognized. It is the genial self-metrification of horn tori that perform both turns, revolution and rotation.
In this image with all the interlaced, nested horn tori - local effects of all existing particles - the whole universe is represented in every single spatial point. And every observer being a rather compact set of spinning bulging horned tori. A nice, cute, horny mental image, isn't it?