Liminocentric structures

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Part of the problem with the observations is how to determine which layer is showing itself. IN regards to bubble nucleation how could we see the inner circles as outer coverings, and various stages of these coverings each representing an aspect of what these covering represent.


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As one looks at the continue reformation of our worldy view how can one not see that it is like a "circle within a circle," and that each successive stage, Kaluza and Klien, Klien of Einstein, Einstein of Reinman, Reimann of Gauss, Gauss of Maxwell, Maxwell of Faraday?
https://www.physicsforums.com/showpost.php?p=295607&postcount=20


http://www.bun.kyoto-u.ac.jp/~suchii/torus.jpg [Broken]

This is a torus (like a doughnut) on which several circles are located. Unlike on a Euclidean plane, on this surface it is impossible to determine which circle is inside of which, since if you go from the black circle to the blue, to the red, and to the grey, you can continuously come back to the initial black, and likewise if you go from the black to the grey, to the red, and to the blue, you can also come back to the black.

Reichenbach then invites us to consider a 3-dimensional case (spheres instead of circles).
http://www.bun.kyoto-u.ac.jp/~suchii/topology.html [Broken]

If we identify the point on the brane what would this sphere represent. The outer shell would have revealled the inner aspects of this layering? So not only does one wonder about the klien bottle construction, the exchange of the inner and outer, how shall we observe the outermost shell?


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Bubble Nucleation

A QUANTUM FIELD known as the inflaton causes space to expand rapidly. In the bulk of space, random fluctuations prevent the field from decaying away. But in certain regions, the field loses its strength and the expansion slows down. Those regions become bubbles.
http://www.sciam.com/article.cfm?articleID=0004078D-C989-1E95-8EA5809EC5880000 [Broken]


So if souch boundries are recognzie in these shelsl and the observational data could tell us about the overall structure failure of these events pre-blackhole formation, then how would this information be revealed in the outer most shell? Lqg in glast perspective is revealing one layer. Theoretically, strings would be revealling a deeper structure possibility?



http://oldsite.vislab.usyd.edu.au/gallery/mathematics/diffeo/diffeo_end.gif
 
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How does dualism emerge out of a new conceptual frame, initiated by M theory? So our visualizations must improve.

M-theory-Network.jpg


I am always amazed, at how visualization can help deal with some of these perspectives. Imagine, string theory attached to a membrane and pulling at the five perspective corners. When I find the piture I'll place it here.


It is very strange what can bubble up into awareness

orign-of-universe.jpg


Based on the no boundary proposal, I picture the origin of the universe, as like the formation of bubbles of steam in boiling water. Quantum fluctuations lead to the spontaneous creation of tiny universes, out of nothing. Most of the universes collapse to nothing, but a few that reach a critical size, will expand in an inflationary manner, and will form galaxies and stars, and maybe beings like us.
http://plus.maths.org/issue18/features/hawking/
 

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