Math and Physics

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Although not applications in themselves, the ideas that these page links and sections take one to might prove engaging to those interested in the code’s geometric foundations, or how well these model nature. The code’s simple abstract essence may have appeal for philosophers. and artists might appreciate how the code essentially presents a 3- or 4-dimensional picture frame of the natural and manmade worlds.

Math (geometry)

Hopefully, the section titles of these page links are sufficiently descriptive to direct one to one’s interest. They are: Rational Accretion, The Bode, Pattern Attributes, and Indefinite Accretion (of spheres) of the Code Orientation; the Alternate Accretion and Celestial Co-cubes sections of Cube-based Abodes; the Bodal Wheel and Asymmetric Solutions sections of Rolling Transport; the Linking Abstractions section of Polytechnic Integration; the Dueling Grids and Bodal Prism sections of Ground Design; the Path, Non-rolling Transporters, and Bodal Turbines sections of Wheel Extrapolations; and the Foundation Pads, Code-consistent Structures, Code Towers, and Electrodynamic Cuboda sections of Extra-topographic Guidelines.


Physics students and professionals might be interested in how textbook basics are applied in the Bodal Wheel and Asymmetric Solutions sections of Rolling Transport; the Linking Abstractions, Vector Re-orientations, and Universal Linking sections of Polytechnic Integration; or the Path, Non-rolling Transporters, Bodal Turbines, and Disc Orientation sections of Wheel Extrapolations.

How the code addresses electromagnetism and gravitation is highly speculative. To see if you think the approach reasonable, check out the intros to such in the Electrodynamic Cuboda and Wholistic Rocketry sections of Extra-Topographic Guidelines.