Just as Close and Neppe had derived a 9-dimensional spin mathematical finding to explain elementary particles, the math of the Jewel scientists also negated the idea that all quantum physics could be conceptualized purely as properties of four-dimensional physicality: Both groups demonstrated mathematically that quantum physics simply cannot fit ‘locally’ into the geometric ‘unit’ that was previously regarded just as three dimensions of space and a moment in time. Instead, they supported the view that quantum realities can be simplified when conceptualizing new structures in higher dimensional realities, making calculations with the appropriate math much easier.
“Our 9-dimensional spin mathematics can be regarded as very simple”, Close explained. “Our new mathematical techniques for describing multidimensionality begin with the fundamental application of ‘distinctions’. We then recognize that observational perception is relative, and that what is regarded as ‘non-local’ may be non-local only relative to the particular dimensional domains being considered.” Neppe amplified: “Indeed, our finite reality consists of discrete components—these are quanta: We could think of them like the ‘pixels’ on our TV, but these are much, much, much tinier fundamental units. But these ‘pixels’ are not just contained in the 3 dimensions of space and single moment in time we actively experience all the time: They’re actually in nine dimensions—it’s just we cannot directly experience most of them. But they’re still always happening in the background.”
We could predict that the two metaphoric findings of the ‘Jewel’ and the ‘Diamond’ may ultimately work synergistically with each ot
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