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A Geometric Pattern of Perception Book One by Parker Matthew Davis Emmerson © November, 2009

A Geometric Pattern of Perception Book One by Parker Matthew Davis Emmerson © November, 2009

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The difference in circumferences of two circles equals an arc length. This is a described geometry of a simple case of perceived change in surface layout, though the theorem proves useful for describing univocal space-time. The geometric pattern of perception is a useful tool for the study of ontology, the workings of modus ponens, algebra, and computation, which are synthesized to solve an expression for the innate velocity within the Lorenz transformation, a mysterious result. The theorems and proofs are based on practically the same assumptions as Goëdel's ontological proof. Thus, please consider the notion that this is an expression of that which is greater than can be conceived through original truth, while also allowing creativity and conscious expressions of change.

The idea that space can be expressed purely in terms of time simplifies our understanding of space-time relations in a geometric system.
The difference in circumferences of two circles equals an arc length. This is a described geometry of a simple case of perceived change in surface layout, though the theorem proves useful for describing univocal space-time. The geometric pattern of perception is a useful tool for the study of ontology, the workings of modus ponens, algebra, and computation, which are synthesized to solve an expression for the innate velocity within the Lorenz transformation, a mysterious result. The theorems and proofs are based on practically the same assumptions as Goëdel's ontological proof. Thus, please consider the notion that this is an expression of that which is greater than can be conceived through original truth, while also allowing creativity and conscious expressions of change.

The idea that space can be expressed purely in terms of time simplifies our understanding of space-time relations in a geometric system.

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