Banking empires vs. useful knowledge
author: m concoyle
The ideas expressed in this paper are ideas about existence in regard to human creativity ie they go to the heart of describing the creative relation that (human) life has to existence.
They are ideas which both take from the culture (they use authoritative ideas) but (and) they are expressed in the simplest of concepts, which are derived from the idea about reliable measuring and stable patterns and the relation of reliable measuring to quantitative sets
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Why they are not considered by society is explained, basically because society is a narrowly defined empire ruled by a few.

The US is an extension of western civilization, and that civilization was (still is) the roman empire, where between 900 AD and 1400 AD the emperors passed the baton to the merchants and bankers, where the likes of the Medici family, and their aide Machiavelli, defined the ruling class in the 1400's in the urban citystates, and through the church had great influence over the other feudal kingdoms of Western Europe.
The US began as colonies of Western Europe which sought, and were "granted," freedom and equality (if they wanted), but being human products of primarily Roman civilization they expressed their freedom with violence and subsequent inequality, though there are exceptions, with the Quakers being the most notable exception. The Quakers remained equal "friends" with everyone, including with the native people, and the Quakers were the most energetic, creative, and thriving colony.
The American revolution was indeed about equality, where it was proclaimed in the Quaker colony and in the Quaker city of Philadelphia, and freedom was defined around knowledge and creativity, and the second amendment was about not having a standing army, that is, policing is not to be based on the violent advantages of armies, but nonetheless the expression of the "violent advantages of armies" model of a justicesystem is what occurred anyway, quite often in the name of an arbitrary Puritanlike culture, and the avarice involved in the extermination of the nativepeoples so as to steal their lands and plunder their riches.
Thus... , between (1) the violent armies wherein wageslavery was imposed by a justice system (which was also an army) and (2) the dominance of the narrowly defined activities of banks... , the experts of knowledge were no longer capable of expressing truth, but rather they have competed so as to be able to service the technical instruments of a banker's empire.
That is, since WW II, and because of the incompetence of Truman, the US has wholeheartedly embraced the form of the Romanempire, since that is what the arbitrarily defined structure of capitalism actually was, after the Bill of Rights has not been enforced, since without the Bill of Rights the US was then based on property rights and minority rule, as well as possessing a standingarmy, ie the foundation of the Roman empire, and a merchantbanker's empire was significantly expressed by A Lincoln, who joined with the Northern corporations to defeat the south, the choice between Scylla and Charbydis,
but, earlier,
when president G Washington putdown "Shay's rebellion," a rebellion against the banks foreclosing on revolutionarywar veterans, the direction of the US leaders was fixed, there would be standing armies, and thus, a new Continental Congress was already needed to right this injustice.
The thoughts expressed in these papers, if others with the credentials of empire (defined later*) expressed 1/10,000 of the content of these expressions, they would be hailed by the media as the highest illuminati of the land, (*where the credential ofempire are related to the fillintheblank socialstructure which relates "the allowed knowledge"... within the empire... . to the creative actions of society (the creative actions which support the power of the owners of society)).
So, perhaps, others (eg readers of these papers), who are seeking knowledge, should "try real hard" to understand the ideas expressed.
They are ideas about existence in regard to human creativity ie they go to the heart of describing the creative relation that (human) life has to existence.
They are ideas which both take from the culture (they use authoritative ideas) but (and) they are expressed in the simplest of concepts, which are derived from the idea about reliable measuring and stable patterns and the relation of reliable measuring to quantitative sets, where the quantitative sets have an axiomatic structure associated to themselves; concerning the operations of adding (counting) and multiplying (grouping); and they are also ideas about the subsequent (needed) ideas about local independence, in a manydimension containing space, (ie they are the ideas about algebra, condensed and reduced to their simplest functioning forms, in regard to derivatives (or other functionoperators), especially in regard to basing descriptions either on functions or function spaces [and associated sets of operators]).
It is clear that the mathematicians do not understand the simplest functioning forms which are applicable in regard to, quantity and shape, so that measuring is reliable and the patterns described are stable.
A space which contains an observable pattern (ie a stable system) and the properties which the system can have, based on its measurable containment context, where such a containment set is used to describe the stable measurable properties of such an observable system.
That is, the formulas associated to operators... , where the operators include models of reliable local measuring, and their inverse (integral operators)... , defined in regard to local measures of functions, ie local slopes, and thus defined on both functions and (the inverse operators of local linear measuring are about a local model defined as) the sum of local products of domain smallintervals multiplying a linear {approximation of a} measure of a function's graph (or a function's properties).
Note: numbers are always types and thus depend on a context, upon which the definition of a function depends, since a function maps the systemcontaining coordinates onto the measurable properties of the system.
The simple idea is that a limit structure (related to determining the "local" slope of a function's graph) ensures a reliable local linear relation between functionvalues and domainvalues, but such a reliable quantitatively consistent relation is a possibility only if there is global commutative, or independent, set of such relations for each local coordinate direction at all points of the system, in the systemcontaining coordinatespace.
The geometric sets, which properly model quantitative sets... , whose shapes allow for consistent quantitative relations... , are circles and lines ie circlespaces and "cubes," but (where) the cubes are highly related to the circle spaces.
The traditionally developed ideas, which are consistent with this simple analysis, are the ideas of geometrization of ThurstonPerlman, which explicitly states that only a few shapes are stable, and where the most numerous type of stable shape are the circlespaces, more explicitly the discrete hyperbolic shapes or hyperbolic spaceforms, but the "discrete Euclidean shapes," ie the tori (or doughnutshapes), are stable, but not discrete in regard to their allowable geometric shapes, ie they can have a continuous range of sizes.
Thus, the ideas of quantity and shape (the content of math) so that there is both reliable measuring and stable patterns which can be builtupon is to be about circlespaces and their higherdimensional structures, where by higherdimensions one means higherdimensions than the dimensionalstructure implied by the idea of materialism.
Where do stable spectra come from?
Answer: They are defined by their resonance with a finite spectral set upon which existence, within a context of reliable measuring and stable patterns which can be reliably described, is defined.
The finite spectral set comes from the partition of an 11dimensional hyperbolic metricspace by a finite set of discrete hyperbolic shapes so as to partition the different dimensional levels and the different subspaces of the same dimensions.
Why 11dimensional hyperbolic space (or 12dimensional spacetime space)?
Answer: Because of the patterns identified by Coxeter concerning the discrete hyperbolic shapes of the various dimensions he expressed the idea that there do not exist discrete hyperbolic shapes which are 11dimensions or higher, and that 5hyperbolicdimensions is the last discrete hyperbolic shape which is bounded (and closed).
Furthermore, the 2 and 3dimensional discrete hyperbolic shapes are fairly numerous and varied in their genus and the size relations which can exist between their toral components, but the 4 and 5dimensional discrete hyperbolic shapes are fairly limited in their allowable shapes.
The partitions of the 11dimensional hyperbolic metricspaces by a finite set of discrete hyperbolic shapes can have various size relations associated to the different dimensional levels, where the relative sizes of shapes defined between different dimensional levels is controlled by the multiplication by a constant factor which is defined between (adjacent) dimensional levels.., as is done in regard to similarity relations between triangles in the 2plane.
Thus, by the size relations of the partitiondiscretehyperbolicshapes... , which is based on a finite set of discrete hyperbolic shapes of various dimensions and sizes... , various types of containment trees can be defined in regard to sequences defined in regard to increases of dimension of the sets, in the containmenttree, within a containing 11dimensional hyperbolic metricspace.
Life and mind
There is the further patterns of odddimension discrete hyperbolic shapes which also possess an oddgenus, where the genus is the number of holes in a circlespace shape where a torus a discrete Euclidean shape also thought of as a doughnut has 1hole so it has a genus of one, when its stable spectral flows are occupied with charged components, then the shape has a natural charge imbalance, and it naturally begins to oscillate, so as to generate its own energy. This natural energy generating shape, is such that, each shape is associated to a fiber group, eg a unitary fiber group, so that these (Lie) fiber groups always possess a maximal torus, within which the spectral properties of an experience (sensation, or detection of form) can be formed, and stored, by resonances between the existing spectra and the spectra which the maximal torus can carry within itself, ie this is a simple model of a mind, and the oscillating system along with its associated mind is a simple highdimensional model of life.
These ideas exist outside the confines of the idea of materialism, and in the new descriptive context, the first lifeform could be a 3dimensional discrete hyperbolic shape which is contained in a 4dimensional hyperbolic metricspace.
The 4dimensional Euclidean metricspace, ie the space wherein inertial properties are defined, has a fiber group of SU(2) x SU(2), and thus this fiber group would have a 2dimensional maximal torus, which can carry 1dimensional spectral properties, and it also causes a dynamical structure associated to two separate 3sphere interaction geometries in 4Euclideanspace, which could also be used to separate the stable spaceform material interactions from the oscillating spaceform material interactions, where the stable material is in regular 3space and the oscillating spaceform material would be in 4space, which is different from the regular 3space (this could be a model of a lifeform's energybody).
Why are these ideas not explored more energetically?
This is a bigger revolution of thought than was the revolution of Copernicus, and it relegates the ideas of the 20th and 21st century sciences to small, often irrelevant, subcategories, while these new ideas expand the context of Newton's and Faraday's classical models of measuring and linear quantitative consistency, in particular the realm of the linear, solvable, and controllable physical systems described in the general context of classical physics are expanded, wherein stable geometry is the basic pattern about which precise descriptions depend.
It could be said that these ideas not explored more energetically because it "takes time to change, in order to process information," but this is clearly not true, in a society where information can be acquired and processed so fast.
rather
It is the result of the sultans of modern businesssocial control model of society
That model is based on materialism and propaganda, and controlling people through the institution of wageslavery, and dividing people within society based on a narrow set of society's defining fundamental categories... . of allowed human thought within society... , in the language of opposites:
Science vs. religion
Intellectuals vs. working persons
Authority and discipline vs. weakminded and incompetent
Equality vs. violence and inequality
Creativity vs. traditions
As well as holding society to stay within narrow ways of doing things, organized to serve the interests of the ruling class, and done with arbitraryvalue defined for society by the propaganda system and assigning to these categories of highsocialvalue a very complicated technical language (used to identify the experts within a category of highsocialvalue), and wageslavery, and violence. So by using the language of experts one is agreeing to a set of assumptions which require that one's viewpoint (about the social category within which people act) remain narrow, and if one tries to question the arbitrary value within which (upon which) an expert category is to be conducted within society, then one is excluded from being in the category
Furthermore, it is the "sultans of society" (the dominant few) who control, within the social construct of experts who are also wageslaves, both sides of this set of dichotomies.
The funny thing is, it is the system under the control of the sultans which has consistently demonstrated incompetence and weakmindedness, which characterizes the set of people expressing the ruling authorities of our society, but there are extremely violent generals and judges (in a violent justice system) who can support the current authority. The institutions keep rollingon, since they are deemed, "to big to fail." and they define the narrow categorical way of organizing society so that the society is all about supporting the interests of the dominant few, who demand that "the world be viewed so narrowly" in a highly compartmentalized division and control of society.
That is, math departments and physics departments at public universities are already doing the things which best support the interests of the banking empire, so new ideas are not to be expressed or considered.

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