twistor

In a folding scenario, the twistor (u,u) is a complex transform* of EGP solved from stew choreography.Defined by a tight (≤ handicap) walk.

Twistors are derivatives of unique plays embedded in twistor space that are hedged from tablature. Statistically, twistors act as complexity catalysts and can have negative (vacuum) or non-negative (bubble) potential.

Let (u,u) be any two (2) leaves sequenced for juking. A twistor is an operator that associates a jukeable dyad (egg,epp) in a field which is coded to eventually become a zero-bubble. Twistors are measured with ¢ent values that are typically small (ie. frets).

Note (+): All twistors are assumed to be fit. We juke (hedge) in order to identify those folds which are ideal/most fit.


Function map: stew choreographytwistor