Showing posts with label stringtheory. Show all posts
Showing posts with label stringtheory. Show all posts


Organizer: Link Starbureiy
When🕓: July 29, 2018


Ready. Set. Takeoff!🚀
Join me for a walkthrough of some major advancements in String Theory from its first fifty (50) years, while unleashing the third revolution of innovation.

1968 - 2018

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[see also UUhistlegrass, Easter (opera)]

+superstring theory

(see also Egglepple, string ludology, Strings@50)


A brane is some mathematical generalization of a category to one (1) or more higher dimensions.

My portfolio is a twenty-six dimensional (26-dim) toy [puzzleware] with braneworld structure according to pitch class:
0-brane = particle
1-brane = string
2-brane = membrane/sheet/tape
(see also Egglepple, mesh)


The loopstring, or l-string, is a string of unstereotyped pencils. Technically, l-string is a sesquilinear random coiling* of a 1-brane (which is) concatenated to and from specified reading frames (egg and epp), and subject to certain conditions (such as being gameplay-compliant). The string may be open🔓 or closed🔒, but is closed by default (hence the term 'loop'). In fact, the main objective of each opus is to twist some variation of this object into a functionally unique fibor.As some measure of twistor space.

Notes (+): +In the context of the whole of string theory, the loopstring may colloquially be referred to as "toy string". We must be careful, however, to not confuse this "toy string" or its ludology (SL) with bosonic string theory (which is considered a "toy model" for which to introduce string theory education).

+I named it "loopstring" from 'loopy quanta' plus 'superstring', even though both terms are misnomers.

An argument can be made that l-string is a rudimentary automaton. It is hypothesized that all games are (or any game can be) based on and around some primitive manifestation of this object. Hence, when we want to study the ludology of any phenomenon, we could start with a drawn l-string, and proceed from there.


(see also preimage, physics)