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Kevin
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One Dimentional Waves
Posted:
Mar 26, 2013 12:25 PM


Progression is generally my strong suit. The problem in science is that without me, science tends to skip too many steps to arrive at the same solution as me... Well..., is that supposed to be OK with me? (shrug) I donno, I not only lack control but I lack the capacity to exert control as well, so why ask me? Wormholes always point down unless they turn sideways to point back, in which case, I can view my left hand profile to determine that a wormhole is following behind me... A gun obsessed schizo has a gun pointed at the center of his forehead, so what is that supposed to mean? Well, since fractals always progress from front to back, it is really the center of my forehead that the gun obsessed schizo is pointing his gun. Fractals are under convex vs. concave parabolics... One dimentional waves traverse through a parabolic but their is uncertainty as to which direction the wave is traveling. Concave vs. convex says that it doesn't matter. The wave is traveling in one direction if it is concave and in the other direction if it is convex. Folding is a threat to concave vs. convex since folding simply says that concave and convex are on the same axis... Folding supports and is not a threat to fractals is what it amounts to. Well, the +y axis can either point to the front or back, given parabolic and a parabolic is flattened to prove a sideways turn of the +y axis so that the +y axis point up. So while wormholes can point either down or back, +y can point either front, back, or up. The burning question is that if the +y axis of parabolic points up, then do wormholes point up as well? There is always ripple riddle. Is ripple riddle a wormhole that is pointing up? That seems to be a possibility, although, by now, I would have to conclude that Schrodinger is not very sensible if he encourages those engaged in science to dwell on these things. Complex wave forms are much more sensible to contend with since the complexity gives the illusion, at least, of their direction of travel. Waves on the ocean are complex wave forms.... Can you tell by looking at them which direction they are traveling? 'Nuff said!!



