Pythagoras would be proud!

Mathematical science is in my opinion an indivisible whole, an organism whose vitality is conditioned upon the connection of its parts.

- David Hilbert (1862-1943)

Look! The Horizon Lowers the Ship - Another planksip® Möbius

The above image is iconic to the philosophy that is planksip®. From the QFT Horizon Principle (2016, 2020) where I discuss redefining the Euclidean point, to the sinking ship in the horizon, the son beside you, to the sun in front of you, lie potentials, actions and otherwise. Will we capitalize the incipit inspiration between bookends or squabble over resources and their seemingly infinite appetites to consume? Will the PFC prevail or fall victim to the tyranny of the majority? Half Fempty is the glass that pairs proud and Pythagoras in the same sentence. Awestruck would be the appropriate to descriptor for Pythagorus, imagine what he would say today if he saw his imagined world of number made material.

Persistence Personified and Another planksip® Möbius

Below is the published copy of my discussion paper attempting to redefine the Euclidean point. Any takers? It's just a conversation. Let's keep it civil!

Defining the Euclidean Point and the QFT Horizon Principle (2016)

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