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Topic: Fractals, Wormholes, and Folding
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Fractals, Wormholes, and Folding
Posted: Dec 8, 2012 3:15 PM
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A person's sense of balance has context in terms of their hypnotic
profile... Idiot Boy objectifies to having a brain that contains 'The
Secret Vault of Physics'... Idiot Boy has a hypnotic profile... Idiot
Boy's hypnotic profile is that he always turns gently to the left and
makes sudden right turns... Idiot Boy's brain is a transistor... I am
under a transistor... Ya know, I prove a wormhole and all I get is:
Not good enough, flip it around... Well, the Statue of Liberty torch
is a transistor... Turn the torch upside down... A transistor is at
the center of Mandelbrot set and it is relevant to physics...
Mandelbrot set is not about symmetry... Mandelbrot set is about frame
matching... If you have two frames, then Mandelbrot set gives the
angle between two frames in the same plane or parallel planes... It
might be the case that Bill's object orientation has premise except
for the fact that America is incompetant to prove the relevance of
Mandelbrot set. Folding anything by 180 degrees is untenable... I will
allow that 90 degree folds might be relevant... The Peace Symbol folds
by 90 degrees, given skunk.

A wormhole is when someone approaches from my left and turns left
while standing in front of me... If that person walks forward away
from me then 'zoom out' proves a wormhole... It doesn't matter if that
person walks in a straight line after that point... No matter how
chaotic that person's motion is, that person is going in a straight
line from my perspective... Just because I'm the only one who has the
capacity for 'zoom out', that doesn't mean that wormhole hate is
justifiable... So now, just because I say the person has to approach
me from the left... does that mean that there is a dire necessity for
an approach from the right to justify the balance in the equations or
whatnot?... I don't have a symmetry complex... I have a charactor
complex instead... Point symmetry means that my point symmetry twin
and myself can't fathom each other... A person with a Mussolini
complex denies his nature and adopts the characteristics of his point
symmetry twin. If I need to objectify myself, then I am 'The
Lionhearted Santa Claus'... which in no way is characteristic of my
point symmetry twin.

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