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The Blazing Diamond and the Quantum Jewel: Two Major Discoveries in Quick Succession
Date:11/14/2013

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  •     The CoD also allows for integrating the complex algebras and multidimensional geometries. This is possibly its most practical use.
  •     We are driven to ask: “Is the Close-Neppe Calculus of Distinctions the metaphorical Diamond of Scientific Jewels?” Neppe answered carefully: “Yes, it seems to be a major new discovery,…but the full implications are still tentative. Just as Einsteinian relativity required a ‘thought experiment’ for many to understand, we’ve applied the same here by replicating our original TDVP Cabibbo angle findings of a finite 9-dimensional spinning model.” Dr Close elaborated on this just completed derivation. “I began with a simple Rubik's Cube to be able to mimic simple rotations. I then extended this to the CoD to demonstrate with a thought experiment that there are indeed 9 finite dimensions in quantum reality, and that (as we had postulated before) 8 of them are spinning. We appear to have 3 dimensions of Space, 3 of Time and the rest are Consciousness dimensions.” Neppe extended the metaphor: “If the ‘Jewel’ is a new, easier mathematical way to represent millions of calculations, then the ‘Diamond’ is the new, fundamental and basic unification that is reflected in the Calculus of Distinctions. It certainly allows for the jigsaw puzzle pieces to fit, one step at a time.”

    The missing link: Consciousness

    Arkani-Hamed and their collaborators follow the giant footsteps of the remarkable pioneering early 20th century work of the great multidimensional theorists (Albert Einstein, Hermann Minkowski, Theodore Kaluza, and Oskar Klein) and of the later String and Superstring theorists. But they, too, have not included something the ‘Diamond Scientists’ regard as fundamental.“The key missing element is the involvement of a very specifically defined broader form of ‘Consciousness’ beginning at the level of the most basic quantal particles, or just possibly even su
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