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  1. How do you propose that a society handles people with mental illness and disabilities?
  2. Perhaps the justice system could be misaligned with what is the greater good of a society. People that could be performing actions for the greater good being persecuted as criminals.
  3. I always think back on my decisions wondering what would have happened differently by small circumstances. Makes me think of Catastrophe Theory. When I discuss determinism I think about fallible human systems, and how they are incomplete.
  4. Thanks for the insight in the science forum. Odd enough I want to recomend you the book "The Andromeda Strain" by Michael Crichton. Its right up your alley. I've never seen the movie version, but i bet it wouldn't do the book justice, due to its technical detail depth.

  5. Today I was thinking and I want to talk about scientific systems and their scale. I initially approached the problem thinking about the relative size of components that systems such as chemistry or quantum physics work at relative to each other. This I realized made me think in error after some thought. I was thinking about scalar domain specific systems linearly stacked upon each other like a column, with each system linearly leading up or down to each others components. I found this to be an error when I realized that the ranges of the implications of their known effects could be seen as lines on a like a whisker graph of lines overlapping like a range. This range is at the extremes of scale of the range of its macro and micro scalar effects. An example of this could be quantum scales of radioactive decay down to quantum collapse. Another thought could be about gravity of galaxies at macro level down to quantum gravity. Just thought I’d share this thought. Is it possible to see emergence not just as going up but also downward in this way? edit: can a moderator move this I meant science and health, sorry.
  6. It's volume remains the same. It may look like objects moving inside change size, becoming smaller or larger. Straight lines may become curved. I pointed out a gradient to use as the planes spacing becomes contorted. I don't know the manipulator to do this, other than possibly a conformal mapping.
  7. I was trying to think of ways to pack random shapes into cubes by manipulating planes.

  8. I have done nothing. I still don't understand what you were trying to ask.

  9. Thank you for your help.

  10. Never mind that explained it. ---------- Post added 09-11-2016 at 02:07 AM ---------- What I'm thinking about is how do you compress using plane manipulations larger shapes into smaller cubes. An example would be a pyramid of larger than 1 unit on all it's sides be able to be packed to fill a 1 unit cube so that all it's edges discretely line up with the squares sides?
  11. I'm not trolling. If you infinitely transform up a line segment in your head it becomes an infinite line yet still is also a segment of finite length. I think by infinitely reducing the Units of the plane in your head it will remain just a line segment.
  12. What I'm seeing in my head is kind of like following the slope of pi. I was thinking about it and I think I can describe it with a line segment. If a line segment has a finite length you can scale into it to increase its length, or out to decrease it's length. It rests on a plane. The plane can be scaled also as a spacial gradient index map. So to complement each other there scale can be seen as performing each others opposite function of scale up and scale down at the same time. Thereby in a graphing of a function does this mean there are an infinite amount of possible solutions to it's "slope"?
  13. Let set M be a set of a square differentials plane of X and Y dimensions. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Differentiable_manifold Let Z be the set of mapping to M that is held in a database. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Complex_plane https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spatial_database Say that the fitting of a function mapped to the plane can accommodate any shape on M.
  14. What are you trying to find out with your recent "math" post?

  15. Given a scale free differentiator plane, such as a gradiated renormalizable plane of points mapped to a database of uniform fractal recursion, is it possible that such plane has an infinite set of solutions given the use of scalar transforms, such as the Lorentz transform?