Macrocosmic Symmetry
On Modeling the Macrocosmic Structure of State Space
Gevin
Giorbran
February 5, 2001
Abstract
This modeling of state space is derived from a specific comprehension of order,
a model improved over the concepts developed by Boltzmann in his interpretation
of entropy. This approach is unique in that it identifies three radical extremes
of possibility instead of the previous single extreme of high order, as well as
extreme states of contrast adjacent a density gradient, therein accomplishing a
definitive model meant to express the macrocosmic structure of all states. The
initial addition to aggregate state space is an absolute flat space.
I: On temporal and spatial
boundaries; radical extremes of gravity, space, and time can be included in any
conceptual understanding of all possible states to establish a boundary system and thus a definite model of states infinite between radical polar extremes.
II: Defining the Two
Opposing Types of Order.
III: On the problem of
timelessness, four dimensional space, convergence
toward absolute flat space,
positive and negative volume, and the unified state.
Related
Material:
Symmetry
Mathematics Positive
and Negative Volume
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19962003 by Gevin Giorbran
