Visual Analysis of 4-Dimensional Geometry

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Visual Analysis of 4-Dimensional Geometry

Postby 4DGeometry » Tue May 01, 2018 9:28 am

The following link to the first tweet to read, is the Abstract (1 page), which tells the information that can be found throughout the literature :

https://twitter.com/4DGeometry/status/9 ... 2789856256

The following link to the second tweet is the revised introduction (page 1 of 2), 1.1 'Dimension' defined as "economical structure" :

https://twitter.com/4DGeometry/status/9 ... 4202328064

The following link to the third tweet is page 2 of 2 of the revised introduction, 1.2 'Dimension' defined as "independent direction of motion" :

https://twitter.com/4DGeometry/status/9 ... 1527744512

The last link is the full Tweets page on twitter, whereas the full original 150-paged literature begins at tweet 6 and continues throughout that scroll down page. The tweet titled "Pages 05-08" can be skipped, as the new introduction defining 'dimension' covers what those 4 pages originally began to discuss. This is due to the fact that the literature as laidout, is delivered in the order I actually figured out the 4-dimensional geometry in.

One final definition of 'dimension' should be divulged at this point, thus : "as a pure mathematically abstract construct." This is a third way to understand the 4d geometry delivered, as merely an extension of the first 3 dimensions and the 3-dimensional perspective of the 4d geometry, as can be google searched online. This last definition, only allows one to understand the 4d geometry delivered, but holds no property of how nature can apply higher dimensional geometries while nature appears 3-dimensional to us. The first 2 definitions show how nature can hide potential higher dimensional geometries, right in front of our faces. Enjoy...

https://twitter.com/4DGeometry
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Re: Visual Analysis of 4-Dimensional Geometry

Postby SteveKlinko » Wed May 02, 2018 11:01 pm

Your tweets are almost impossible to read. Blurry. Maybe its my computer.
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Re: Visual Analysis of 4-Dimensional Geometry

Postby 4DGeometry » Thu May 03, 2018 7:01 am

Thank you for the feedback at least. Everyone, if they had the same issue, have said nothing about that. But I suspected the size of the posted images may be an issue with the legibility of the text.

Any chance you know of a better place to post such the thing?

A revisal is definitely planned, but that could be a while.
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Re: Visual Analysis of 4-Dimensional Geometry

Postby SteveKlinko » Fri May 04, 2018 12:02 am

4DGeometry wrote:Thank you for the feedback at least. Everyone, if they had the same issue, have said nothing about that. But I suspected the size of the posted images may be an issue with the legibility of the text.

Any chance you know of a better place to post such the thing?

A revisal is definitely planned, but that could be a while.

You should probably just get your own website. You will need a domain name and a web hosting service.
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Re: Visual Analysis of 4-Dimensional Geometry

Postby TerryLewis » Wed Dec 05, 2018 8:03 am

4DGeometry wrote:The following link to the first tweet to read, is the Abstract (1 page), which tells the information that can be found throughout the literature :

https://twitter.com/4DGeometry/status/9 ... 2789856256

The following link to the second tweet is the revised introduction (page 1 of 2), 1.1 'Dimension' defined as "economical structure" :

https://twitter.com/4DGeometry/status/9 ... 4202328064

The following link to the third tweet is page 2 of 2 of the revised introduction, 1.2 'Dimension' defined as "independent direction of motion" :

https://twitter.com/4DGeometry/status/9 ... 1527744512

The last link is the full Tweets page on twitter, whereas the full original 150-paged literature begins at tweet 6 and continues throughout that scroll down page. The tweet titled "Pages 05-08" can be skipped, as the new introduction defining 'dimension' covers what those 4 pages originally began to discuss. This is due to the fact that the literature as laidout, is delivered in the order I actually figured out the 4-dimensional geometry in.

One final definition of 'dimension' should be divulged at this point, thus : "as a pure mathematically abstract construct." This is a third way to understand the 4d geometry delivered, as merely an extension of the first 3 dimensions and the 3-dimensional perspective of the 4d geometry, as can be google searched online. This last definition, only allows one to understand the 4d geometry delivered, but holds no property of how nature can apply higher dimensional geometries while nature appears 3-dimensional to us. The first 2 definitions show how nature can hide potential higher dimensional geometries, right in front of our faces. Enjoy...

https://twitter.com/4DGeometry


Hello,

Perhaps, you need to register in a scientific journal or something and share the analysis there (the quality of the image makes it non-readable). Then the quality will be great and you can share your results there.

Thanks,
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