i think ultimately the double tetrahedron, manifest as a hexagon on Saturn’s north pole, also embodies as bagua . . . somehow. 64 tetrahedron shape he mentions links to i’ching, of course (he gets into that in one of the later of the 45 parts) . . . which is generated by the 8 trigrams – there’s our bagua. each hexagram is one of the 64 tetrahedrons, by taking the six lines and making pyramid shapes out of them – nice!
the double torus forms a taiji yin-yang when it turns inward and outward simultaneously. these principle are so alchemy. excellent.
also inspiring alchemy- black holes at the core of the sun, core of the earth, and in every atom. supernova forming kan & li vesica pisces (he shows that in another one of the 45 parts)
maybe physics isn’t dead. it just hit a cul de sac.