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Klein Bottles
Posted: Feb 11, 2013 2:26 PM
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A Klein bottle converts a left hand spiral to a right hand spiral and
vice versa and is therefore the fly in the ointment of strong-weak
interaction. Klein bottles are instrumental to a theory of light...
The 'SWITCH ON' should have been string theory... String theory
relates to margins of control. Higher margins of control (vis-a vis
force fields?) can 'steal' voice... 'teleport' voice, etc., etc...
I've obviously toyed extensively with strings (mainly as retribution
against how much strings toy with me.) and the main issue with those
not in the loop on strings is fear. No matter how much allocation you
put into the highest margins of control, the loss of one's voice is
temporal. The fear some people might have that the application of
strings to force fields will cause unwarranted disruptions to other
people's lives and lifestyles besides my own is without basis. What
does seem to pan out, though, is that it is possible to ferret out the
truth from the minds of others using string theory.

The previous on Klein bottles was fire breathing dragons in a
bottle?... Well, ya know, MEGA seems to have a colorful interpretation
of math, as if their role is to protect the public from the
maliciousness of numbers. I associate Klein bottles with partial
differentials, as if it is really partial differentials that strong-
weak interaction falls short on. It may be that the earth's dynamo is
a Klein bottle inside of a Klein bottle. Klein bottles seem
comprehensible to me at this point. What other reason could their be
for it? (Amazing!! The words of a prophet really are written on subway
walls!! Academe wishes that security causes complacency but the fact
of the matter is that my professors at Georgia Tech knew that I had
great potential for science and they deliberately shitted me to the
curb out of spite.) Georgia Tech is under Clayton State's thumb
because I was the best student that Clayton State ever had. The
professors even told me so directly. So what does Georgia Tech do?
Georgia Tech deliberately shits on the best student Clayton State ever
had to spite the head of the math department at Clayton State. Academe
is incredibly and shockingly immature. Seriously, you're going to use
atheism as a reason to shit on me and you think that I'm too stupid to
surmise your motives?

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