ok part 5 , things get a little more detailed.

Ok let's go with the infinity concept here, which is something we haven't quite addressed fully yet but we will get there.

With the standard idea of infinity most fail to grasp it due to thinking about infinitely big on universal scales. However since we are dealing with the inward motion and the geometry that results from it we can represent this as infinitely small ,As opposed to the out ward seemingly infinitely large which is very limited to both our senses and our technology prowess in what can be measured.

With that said however we think this universe's size can be calculated from the general way this geometry creates different boundaries generated from a feed back between expansion and contraction at varying scales.

Other perspectives in physics claim to have done so but we don't think they are including this feed back between expansion and contraction , which is fundamental because we are claiming this happens at all scales even down to the quantum scale, despite the fact that mainstream physics has taken on a theory of physics for the small 'stuff' and a separate physics for the big 'stuff'. and fails to show how the two relate in a the fundamental way this feedback makes different boundaries .

The best way to think of this is in terms of a fractal dynamic. one famous fractal below is the Mandelbrot set, this is a graphic born out of a mathematical formula of feedback. We will show how this relates in the tetrahedron model as well.


the basic formula is

Z = Z2 + C

The Mandelbrot set is determined by iterating with this equation. By iterating, we mean that we start with a value for Z and C. We plug these into the equation to get a new value for Z. We then plug that value for Z in and get a new Z, and so on. Let's look at a simple example that will help us understand iteration.

Z C Z = Z2 + C New Z
0 1 Z = 0 + 1 1
1 1 Z = 1 + 1 2
2 1 Z = 4 + 1 5
5 1 Z = 25 + 1 26


As you can see, in this case Z just keeps getting bigger and bigger.

in this animated video below we can see each zoom in or each frame as a reiteration of the math representing the Mandelbrot set graphic., we shall also see how this can relate to the geometry of inward collapse where we begin with a spherical geometry and have the resulting tetrahedron star 


One might  enormously argue 'but this animation is 2D' , well it's perhaps more 2 Dimensional than 3D but only via perspective. If we plug the math into a 3D modeling system you get something utterly amazing. 




now here is the basic interactions of boundary condition in the tetrahedron geometry.

circleinfite.png, Sep 2019


in part 6 we will finalize this section. Other articles and subsections will also relate to other effects from this theory relating to observable things in nature ,and things observed via experiments in physics.  Much like the north pole of Saturn has an observable geometry, there are many other observable things and side effects of movement and boundary condition created from this feed back between expansion and contraction.  We hope you like the way this is represented in bite sized parts, as articles maybe to long for some to digest. many today have an impatient and short attention span relating to the fact that a lot of data out there is overly complex where it need not be. We think that somtimes the complexity arrises from fundamental errors in early physics teachings, As we refered to in part 1. 


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