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My main goal is to present the Spidron project we develop with my friends for years. it is a system of triangles with extraordinary properties in space and time.
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    No Point - No Sphere - No Space
    Misleading Euclidean Geometry can cause total chaos in the future of humanity. It is quite obvious that somebody or some superpowers in the past hide the secret of the true geometry. Maybe it was the knowledge what sunk with Atlantis. Descartes and Johann Heinrich Lambert had the last attempt to recover the ancient knowledge, but his colleagues killed his theories on swirling "space" and other structures. The Sphidron Geometry renewed his and his ancestors ideas and made clear that the universe is a discrete entity made of finite elements. No point exists, the spheres are tori (plural of torus) with axes and the space is only 2D in an embedding physical context.

    you can see here some elements of the New Sphidronized Geometry without points and spheres.

    we are looking for the polyhedra which have changing egdes meeting in its vertices and surfaces which can be applied on the surface of the torical spheres. Gauss knew very well, that Kant made a mistake saying that the three dimensional picture of the universe is an a priori knowledge of the mankind. Einstein, Bolyai and Riemann made the situation more difficult with more complex visions of reality, while the real life is a comprehensive, simple two dimensional phenomenon with some thickness. Everything can be unfold. We are looking for the surface which is a deformed disc on the paths of two or three logarithmic golden spirals. On this surface the Pythagorean theory might be surviving. It is the only surface what can be said really 3 dimensional, but this dimension is only a tricky shadow of the imagined one. The rest is only is a birth trauma of the fetus, who was confronted to the gravity after delivery.

    How could a point rotate without a radius? How could a sphere rotate without an axis?
    But Point with a radius is not a point anymore, and a sphere with only one axis is not a sphere anymore. They are only abstractions of limited human fantasy.

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    collective matt     Fri, Dec 11, 2009  Permanent link
    I have been studying the work of Roger Penrose lately (I'm reading The Emperor's New Mind) and came across a few interesting ideas including:

    This reminded me of your work on spidron geometry, I'm not sure if there are any similarities or not (the math is out of my reach) but I decided to share.
    edanet     Fri, Dec 11, 2009  Permanent link
    Thank you

    I knoew about Spinors. Actually I know Roger Penrose personally.
    He knows our work aswell.
    I'll research them more, when I'll have time.

    I am very curious about your further remarks, as you must understand better Penrose's idea in English.