Showing posts with label ball. Show all posts
Showing posts with label ball. Show all posts

### +nut

A nut (or ball) is an endpoint of a loopstring. String only have two (2) endpoints, hence, there are only two nuts.

Egglepple-wise, each nut is either a start or stop identifier (leaf).*** The two nuts of TOS are Planck data and the nanoscale, connected by Egglepple. As an arbitrary ordered pair [egg,epp], they are referred to as abscissa (toonlight) and ordinate (funshine).
/// Balls are pseudo-theoretical (abstract) objects that only exist as placement functions. There is no 'ball', so-to-speak, just a representation of an endpoint (dot). However, in gameplay, a ball can be a toy (eg. ctf flag🏁, see zero-bubble). Likewise, macroeconomically, a ball would be lyric (triangulated data point).

Mathematically, it's called a 'ball' (and sometimes 'dot') because as the string folds upon itself, the endpoints (a metric space) coordinate ("connecting the dots") into a loop, and the overall structure usually assumes a shape that is similar to some ovoid with boundary (cf., compact blob) in stereo. (see ballet, Funshine/Toonlight)

### +ballet 🩰

As our "dance* of the ball", ballet is an improvisational program [opus] that synthesizes walk categories from random coil.~** In the Egglepple scenario, the 'dance' is stew choreography, and the band of dancers is yots. ~~ What I refer to as 'walking the string'.

Each ballet is a frame arrangement [lyrically, the bundling of two (2) or more fibors (either by encryption or decryption) into gameplay]. (see Starbureiy ballet, groove (scheme), opera, #opéra-ballet, #libretto)
/// We may consider ballet to be the transition from opening to endgame. I prefer to think of a ballet as an opera's lemma.
Function map: balletopera

### +egg

As c=2(b-1)/2 {b26, /max=25 (0-25) || b = brane count [which is of the sesquilinear form (e-,e+)]}, an egg is the coverage's resultant as an integer spin statistic (positive parity[+]).

start leaf (see epp, Egglepple, play)
/// +The formula is in direct correlation to spin-statistics. So, for example, when b is odd, say b=7, then c(=8) is an integer-spin (egg). When b is even, say b=4, then c(=2.82842712+) is a half-integer-spin (epp). The rational portion (floating point) of half-integer statistics contributes to seigniorage. Obviously, any negative value for b will yield an epp. (see juke tax)
+Yes, there are twenty-six (26) integer values here; we denote "0" as (0-,0+) → having both negative(-) and positive(+) polarity in twistorspace. For instance, -12 ... (0-,0+) ... +12 = [26]. The total number of coverages, c, is an upperbound for points on a curve, and so its number line must include 0 (hence 0 through 25). However, because any b=0 gives nonsensical values [error codes], the zeroes are discounted, and lower and upper bounds are just eleven (11). The minima (cover-0 = -11) is 0.015625 and the maxima (cover-25 = +11) is 32.

### +epp

As c=2(b-1)/2 {b26, /max=25 (0-25) || b = brane count [which is of the sesquilinear form (e-,e+)]}, an epp is the coverage's resultant as a half-integer spin statistic (negative parity[-]).

The theory of epps is earl. stop leaf (see egg, Egglepple, play)
/// +The formula is in direct correlation to spin-statistics. So, for example, when b is odd, say b=5, then c(=4) is an integer-spin (egg). When b is even, say b=8, then c(=11.3137085+) is a half-integer-spin (epp). The rational portion (floating point) of half-integer statistics contributes to seigniorage. Obviously, any negative value for b will yield an epp. (see juke tax)
+Yes, there are twenty-six (26) integer values here; we denote "0" as (0-,0+) → having both negative(-) and positive(+) polarity in twistorspace. For instance, -12 ... (0-,0+) ... +12 = [26]. The total number of coverages, c, is an upperbound for points on a curve, and so its number line must include 0 (hence 0 through 25). However, because any b=0 gives nonsensical values [error codes], the zeroes are discounted, and lower and upper bounds are just eleven (11). The minima (cover-0 = -11) is 0.015625 and the maxima (cover-25 = +11) is 32.