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03-25-2008, 06:26 AM
 Epsilon=One Avant-garde Sr. Member Join Date: Jan 2008 Posts: 207
The radius of Infinity (ROI) is knowable.

The radius of Infinity (ROI) is knowable.

The radius of Infinity (ROI) is knowable to the extent that philosophical logic is consistent.

ROI is reflected within every fundamental quantum of Reality.

ROI is equivalent to the Conceptual Unit; the unit of fundamental, intrinsic time (FIT); that is heuristically described by the Elliptical Constant; and, which is analogous to the Planck constant.

The Elliptical Constant is epsilon = One; and, epsilon, ε, equals v/P², where v is the vector of an Emergent Ellipsoid and P is the Pulse of said ellipsoid. (The Pulsoid Theorem is v = εP²)

One is indefinable until there is motion; so, it is with Infinity. That which is indefinable is a singularity; there is only one singularity . . . Infinity.

There is no soliton, s, or wave, w, when vector, v, of an Emergent Ellipsoid equals One; which yields a radius, r of either One or Zero. Thus, When the vector, v, equals One, and there is no soliton, s, or wave, w, there is no existence, which defines Infinity.

The instant that there is motion, the vector, v, which equals the Pulse, P, squared yields a value for the soliton, s, and the wave, w; and there is a manifestation of existence.

And, more importantly, epsilon, ε is more than a ratio; epsilon, ε is also a constant that remains constant regardless of the number of Pulses (thus, fundamental, intrinsic time (FIT)) or size of the Emergent Ellipsoid. As just several of many examples: for the emerging ellipsoid of an Emergent Ellipsoid the hypotenuse minus the wave is always epsilon, ε; and for the dissipating ellipsoid of an Emergent Ellipsoid the vector, v, minus the radius, r, and the hypotenuse, h, minus the vector, v, is always epsilon, ε.

Thus, epsilon, ε, equals One, represents the Elliptical Constant, the Conceptual Unit of all fundamental quanta, and the radius of . . . Infinity (ROI).

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03-25-2008, 07:36 PM
 ste Senior Member Join Date: Dec 2007 Location: Canada Posts: 9
What is the vector?

When you describe a "vector", to what are you referring? Does it symbolize a real physical phenomenon?
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03-26-2008, 07:35 AM
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A vector symbolizes a real physical phenomenon.

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 Originally Posted by ste When you describe a "vector", to what are you referring? Does it symbolize a real physical phenomenon?
Yes, the vector, "v," (or radial diameter, "m,") symbolizes a real physical phenomenon.

The vector, "v," actually more of a scalar or tensor, heuristically reflects in a mathematically simplified manner the effects of seminal motion within a quantum/Pulsoid as it evolves to Triquametric motion (TM).

A Pulsoid and its geometry/Unimetry is a heuristic symbolization of the fundamental quantum of existence.
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