When I was looking around online for some
pictures of torus and torus-related shapes,
I stumbled onto the following shape . . .
It looks like some technical stuff relating
to a twistor theory of space-time,
but the important thing is, is that
THIS SHAPE IS THE SHAPE I SAW
WHICH CAME TO ME IN A VISION DURING THE
LESSER KAN AND LI CLASS THIS SUMMER!!!!
I guess this stuff on twistors is pretty advanced.
Here are three very short paragraphs on them.
Unless you are a theoretical math-physicist, I suggest a rapid skim . . . S
Part 1: What is Twistor
Part 2: Twistor and Non-Linear Differential Equation; Curved Space-Time
Part 3: Twistors: Getting more formal
I am reminded of Torsion field theory.
Wikipedia makes this Torsion Field Theory you
refer to look like a scam. I wouldn’t say
that of Twistor theory, however.
Twistor theory is a mathematical physics theory
created in the 1960’s that is a competing viewpoint
over the multitude of higher dimensions needed to
make string theory or superstring theory work. It
is still an active area of physics research.
Of course, none of these theories–twistor, string,
superstring, etc.–seem to solve all the puzzles in physics.
It remains to be seen if one of them will solve
some underlying problems via the right ingenuity
in the theory, or whether physics will find a better theory.
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