The Universe, as an Expression of the Geometry

A new movie from NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory shows a sequence of Chandra images of the Crab Nebula, taken over an interval of seven months. Dramatic variations are seen, including the expansion of a ring of X-ray emission around the pulsar (white dot near center) and changes in the knots within this ring.
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Mathematically, it has to make sense.To visualize the universe then such scenarios must allow the potential of information to help form perspectives which show dynamical activities toward identifying the shape of the universe. This has to be able to be done in the now, and what of it is becoming in any moment?

I have opened with Dirac’s comments before, but I thought at this point I should show Sir Roger Penrose comment  in contrast so you sort of get the idea.

[ROGER PENROSE]
The following is a quote from Dr. Roger Penrose’s closing remarks.

“One particular thing that struck me… [LAUGHTER]…is the fact that he found it necessary to translate all the results that he had achieved with such methods into
algebraic notation. It struck me particularly, because remember I am told of Newton, when he wrote up his work, it was always exactly the opposite, in that he obtained so much of his results, so many of his results using analytical techniques and because of the general way in which things at that time had to be explained to people, he found it necessary to translate his results into the language of geometry, so his contemporaries could understand him. Well, I guess geometry… [INAUDIBLE] not quite the same topic as to whether one thinks theoretically or analytically, algebraically perhaps. This rule is perhaps touched upon at the beginning of Professor Dirac’s talk, and I think it is a very interesting topic.” See: Paul Dirac Talk: Projective Geometry, Origin of Quantum Equations

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