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So the space of fractional linear transformations of the modular group (aka the Mobius group), obviously acts on this dual graph on the sphere. What I want to know is if I can rotate half the sphere about the octahedral (blue) lines, thus the projective plane will have one half transformed, the other fixed....

Symmetry of the cube]]>

I know its completely the wrong math but the only thing I can think of is that's its some kind of vetruvian scalar.]]>

I'm currently working on a program that produces a formula that tells you each number in the sequence. For example, if someone wrote a book, the formula tells you each letter in the book.

N:2468

P:1234

N is the number, p is the position.

The formula for the above is 2p. But should the program be able to produce a formula for ANY sequence, it could be useful for remembering things such as phone-numbers.

The program was originally designed to predict the next number in a...

Better than a computer.]]>

i got brain fade after reading several pages of technical language on some other stuff.

(my dopamine levels and hormones are a bit back to front at the mo)

why you may ask...

i am curious if there is something about how bell developed his theory from Einsteins work, to see if there is the potential for the next step on the subject to gain some momentum.

any help or discussion greatly appreciated

or just jump in and say hi.

please discuss any thoughts you have on...

Bell's theorem & "spooky action at a distance"]]>

The absence of Power of Gravity at fundamental level]]>

Motion Mountain Free Physics Textbook

Free for download in pdf.

Physics/Math References]]>

I am programming a 2 axis CNC for 1st time and have stumbled across an issue. I have a known distance between 2 points on a curve and the radius of the curve is known. I need to plot some points ( X and Y Axis) between these 2 points in order to make it more accurate. How can I do this? Many thanks!]]>

I'll, um, decorate this poll with some more multichoice questions.

1. A graph with vertices and edges is a formal notation: (y/n)

2. A graph with no edges is algebraic: (y/n)

3. If I want to embed a symmetry group in some graph, there is only one choice of graph: (y/n)

3a. Embedding a group in a graph means the graph's vertex set and edge set are both G-sets. (y/n)

4. An algebraic object is an object that can have (or does have) an...

Graphs: a poll]]>

Once observed

Once not observed]]>

Numbers arrive when you compare the "globally asserted" symmetry, with the local one which is something you, erm, distinguish locally . . .

So, a question about

Is a bar made of iron more or less symmetric than a similar bar which is magnetised? What about say, an...

Where do numbers come from?]]>

One thing I noticed about nested boundaries is that any nesting 'collapses' to either a single or no boundary (i.e. the "non-symbolic" void), depending on whether there is an odd or even number of ( ) symbols.

Since (((...

Is Boundary Logic interesting?]]>

does this effect artificial intlligence design ?]]>

I tried fitting a parabola to the three points ((0,0), (5,y), (10,10)), but

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Is there a better function than a parabola or am I doing it...

Best way to skew a mpping function]]>

That and a similar negative finding here: https://arxiv.org/abs/1710.03794 is now...

New Vector Theory of Gravity challenges GR]]>

Science news, scientists are no longer sure about the rate of expansion which casts considerable doubt on the universe accelerating.]]>

2). That heat I suggest may come from cyclotron radiation from the spin of the cavity which has been shown to exceed the speed of light inside of the cavity.

3). I attempt to put corrective factors in including any forces from Van der Waals.

\(\frac{1}{R^2} (\frac{\Delta P + (\frac{\mathbf{R}T}{(V_m - b )} - \frac{a}{V^2})}{\rho})[1 - (\frac{T_0}{T})^3]\)

\(= \frac{1}{R^2} (\frac{\Delta P +...\)

Sonoluninscence]]>