DIss0n80r wrote:Perhaps ostensibly discrete particles, when viewed orthogonally across time, will appear string-like and can be described in their superposition state mathematically.
So there should also be a multiversal superposition generalizing all particle states across worldlines into a complex unitary object.
But if it obeys a holographic principle, it may be that the object in question is itself an elementary particle. One that "contains" a record of all its relations embodied as itself in a geometric amalgam that manifests them as specific aspects when accessed. That angularity would appear as and correspond to linear time-projections.
khanster wrote:We could be shadows of modular functions in an infinite dimensional kaleidescope of a relational hierarchy of thought.
DIss0n80r wrote:What if separation is an illusion, though? What if space and time are models by which we think, not conditions under which we live?
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