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  • Mathew Morrell
    Rope tricks show us a type of geometry where movement is allowed. A rope, because it is flexible, is a dynamic form for exploring modes of analytic geometry.
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 10, 2005
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      Rope tricks show us a type of geometry where movement is allowed. A
      rope, because it is flexible, is a dynamic form for exploring modes
      of analytic geometry. Excellent 4D models can be made out of rope
      that express the intricate mathematical realities of Hyperspace, and
      not only express but actually demonstrate them in weird, wonderful
      ways. The magic is in the fact that the rope is capable of
      transformation and change. It transcends static geometric models
      that don't allow change.

      A rope magician can tightly bind your hand in a geometric knot that
      has no "end", but then, with a yank and a pull, your hand magically
      comes free.

      This is why I think calculus might hold the key to understanding
      hyper dimensions. Calculus (the science of change) factors into the
      equation the element of motion. Whether that motion is a missile
      streaming through the Upper Air, or whether the change is in the
      Stock Market, is irrelevant. Change is change, according to
      calculus.

      As anyone knows from reading Zeno's paradox, motion is peculiar. It
      is mental. It is also relative to the observer, whether that
      observer is a casual onlooker or whether the observer is the
      Universe. Therefore motion is both subjective and universal. It
      can exist as an outcome of events, but it is also a free, radical
      force having a sovereign identity, similar to gravity, light or
      fire.

      This information is helpful because Ed MacIntosh (the "tunnel rat")
      is trapped in an underground tunnel system. Finding the end may
      very well be a giant rope trick.
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