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ParanoidMystic Thu, Jan 24, 2008
Maybe I'm just staring at it too long, or maybe I've never seen one with that many lines, but the tesseract at top looks qualitatively different to me than the hypercubes I'm familiar with. Like it's made with more faces? Or perhaps it defines a cube in a dimension higher than the fourth?

As for the bottom-up, top-down question: I think we're caught in the time-based syntax laced in the word "organizes." This term suggests that top or bottom happen one before the other. As Counterform reminds us, the implicate order is outside of time and intrinsic everywhere at once.