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We define a universe to be the observable universe as the size of the whole universe could be infinite although that wouldn't be very fun scientifically. The diameter of the universe is approximately 93 billion light years meaning it would take light 93 billion years to travel around it once! 93 billion light years is equal to 5.46712159706e+23 miles. Now lets say that the observable universe is contained by an even larger universe 5.46712159706e+23 times larger than itself. This 2nd second universe would be 2.988941855704 × 10^47m in diameter,but lets say that this universe was contained by an even larger universe 5.46712159706e+23 times larger than itself. This 3rd universe containing the 2nd second would be roughly equal to 1.6340908571…Read more >
Here is a list of Polygons also known as n-gons or regular gons.
a 0 gon is called a point.
a 1 gon is called a line segment.
a 2 gon is called a bi-gon
a 3 gon is called a triangle.
a 4 gon is called a square or a rectangle.
a 5 gon is called a pentagon
a 6 gon is called a hexagon
a 7 gon is called a heptagon
an 8 gon is called an octagon
a 9 gon is called a nonagon
a 10 gon is called a decagon
an 11 gon is called an undecagon
a 12 gon is called a dodecagon
a 13 gon is called a tridecagon
a 14 gon is called a tetradecagon
a 15 gon is called a pentadecagon
a 16 gon is called a hexadecagon
a 17 gon is called a Heptadecagon
an 18 gon is called an octadecagon
a 19 gon is an enneadecagon
a 20 gon is called an icosagon.
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Our wiki is deticated to mathematics, and cosmology. There is something a bit fishy about this wiki: we do not know if our verses exist. Our verses are just guesses about changing aspects of our Universe, and creating a new verse. Our verse ideas once were stong, and now are weak. At least for me.
What can we do to improve our verse ideas? Well, we can describe the mathematics that goes into these verses. Once we do that, our wiki would be happy again.Read more >
How do you think the universe is gona end Big freeze, Big rip or big crunchRead more >
We notate the 0th dimension.
We have a line that is composed of 0-dimensional dots, so we will note the number of dots with n=n dots.
We notate the 1st dimension.
The limit of the first line will be notated as X. And dots in the next line will be denoted as X+n.
We have a plane that is composed of 1-dimensional lines, so we will note the number of lines with mX=m lines.
So for m lines and n dots on the m+1th line, we have mX+n.
We notate the 2nd dimension.
The limit of the first plane will be notated as X2. And dots+lines in the next plane will be denoted as X2+mX+n.
We have a cube that is composed of 2-dimensional planes, so we will note the number of planes with lX2=l planes.
So for l planes and m lines in the l+1th plane and n dots on the m+1th …
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I can't focus on what I'm doing. There are of my hiatuses and of my unfinished ideas, and my attention is focused on Googology Wiki, so I can't do much.
I'm focusing on making a new dimensional index using X-structures (inspired by Holomanga). It will be rather simple so I can finish it quickly.
Maybe I will make some -verse ideas.
And so...........see you later!
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I. The Ultimate Game
Some of the player interaction in the Ultimate Game would be done using editors, which are seperate windows in which vraious objects can be designed. All of the editors will be the same editor, but operating on different timescales and length scales, to allow for maximum consistency and transferrability.
There are three key timescales on which editing things can occur: Natural, Directed and Participative.
- Natural is allowing things to change naturally, which will be under the control of the player for the purposes of sanity. This occurs on the timescale of millions of years
- Directed is having the player's species participate in the control of evolution - in other words, technology. This allows for much faster development a…
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The SIVerse notation scheme is another way to describe -verses that's been hinted at in the wiki. I've decided to expand it into a complete classification.
A universe sits at the centre of the classification. It's just you're normal universe, being the totality of existance and all that. Basic stuff.
Large SI prefixes make larger universes. A kiloverse is what would otherwise be called a multiverse. A megaverse is what would otherwise be called a metaverse. So on, and so forth.
What about smaller SI prefixes? A solution to what these could mean can be found with the application of some intuition, and some hard numbers .
A universe can be considered as containing multiple galaxies, widely spaced. These are located at 3.0 on the Kardashev scale,…
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When looking at the 6+1 scales of science, I realised that they corresponded nicely to some group of evolutionary stages. Each one was conceptually different to the previous one, and represended a leap up in complexity.
What this means, of course, is the ultimate game: one where you start at the bottom, and, pseudopod by claw by spaceship, climb up to the top.
The game would be divided into seven stages. You can begin at any stage, though for the full experience, you would start at the first and smallest one. During each stage, you built up power by modifying your player, until you reach the top, and then carry what you've made up to the next stage to influence the world on a larger and larger scale.
These seven stages are:
- Physical - Adjusting…
I added the multiverses to the -verse hierarchy and automatically grouped them in yEd, and it gave these different groupings:Read more >
Omniverse since nothing can surpass it.Read more >
If you have two sets A and B, and you want to describe the location of an element of B using some number of elements of A, you need an ordered tuple at least
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An attempt to explain easier my Dimensional Array Notation, with other dimensional notations by me.
The first notation we are gonna use is called Postix Notation.
First off, we need to define the dimensions for Postix Notation.
Most of us here know the concepts of dimensions, so i will go to explaining the first level of Postix Notation.
Each dimension is measured with an unit of length (denoted L).
The dimension number is determined with the unit D, so nD represents the nth dimension.
An expression of First-level Postix Notation is divided into measures, denoted as (nDmL). This one represents that the length of the nth dimension is mL.
An expression of First-level Postix Notation is denoted as (1DaL)(2DbL)(3DcL)...(nDzL), each measure determing t…
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I have been redesigning my dimensional array notation, and i came up with a function D(a,b,c,...,x,y,z) to denote it. It can be extended to dimensional arrays, and even, dimensional array notation arrays.
This notation will be explained here.
The linear arrays are denoted D(a,b,c,...,x,y,z), and each of one represent the coordinates in the dimensions.
- Case 1: In case of a linear array, The nth entry will represent the length in the nth dimension.
The next level of Dimensional Array Notation will be extending the array to multiple rows. The linear array only has 1 row. Rows are separated by |.
Normal dimensions are in the first hyperdimension. The first dimension of the nth hyperdimension will represent the first dimension above all dimensions o…
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In this exercise, I want you to pay attention to the coefficients.
Take the polynomial
Update 2: You can use the Taylor Series expansion without rewriting the equation. This lets you have the exponent be any function of X, including such fun things as (log(X) + 2) dimensional hypercubes and stuff!Read more >
Wikipedia has a list of vital articles in four settings: Level 1, Level 2, Level 3, and Level 4. Each level has ten times as many articles listed that the previous list. I'm going to do something like that.
The most important single article that could be made, in my opinion. Without understanding dimensions, you can't understand the rest of the wiki, and it's even namedropped in the title.
The next list has ten vital articles, again the most important then. The top level ones are the key concepts in the wiki - Dimensions, Polytopes, and Verses. Polychora get on this list because they are the simplest higher-dimensional shapes, and as the primate polychoron, the Tesseract gets a special place on this list.
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Welcome to the first of my series of blog posts, set up in such a way that after reading it, you ideally know all of maths. Clearly, that's an unfeasible goal, but it won't stop me from trying.
Prerequisites: Basic mathematical knowledge
An expression is a mathematical statement. Most expressions you see will be the sum of a number of terms. A term is the product of a constant and a variable, in the form
If a rational expression has a surd in the denominator, then it can be simplified further by rationalising the denominator.Read more >
This blog post contains a chart that shows the recommended order for you to read my blog in. This is because some blog posts reference earlier blog posts, and some blog posts will help you to understand other posts. Enjoy!Read more >
Those who know me know that I find made up correspondences in everything. One of these days, I'm going to tie the classical elements to the domains of life (Eukaryotes are fire, Bacteria are earth, Viruses are air, Archea are water. Damn, I just did.)
Anyway, when I encountered a table of plankton arranged by size, I knew what I had to do.
Wikipedia outlines categories of plankton:
- Megaplankton (>20 cm)
- Macroplankton (2→20 cm)
- Mesoplankton (0.2→20 mm)
- Microplankton (20→200 µm)
- Nanoplankton (2→20 µm)
- Picoplankton (0.2→2 µm)
- Femtoplankton (< 0.2 µm)
Which happen to have some neat matchings with my backwards extended -verse hierarchy. Femtoplankton, comprising marine viruses, is a nice match for the macromolecular complex space on the Hierarchy. Picopl…Read more >
Let (a,b,c,...x,y,z) represent the size of each dimension, starting by the first dimension as a.
Let # is any valid expression from now on.
(X) = (0,1)
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This chart shows the number of subfacets of a given dimension in a hypercube of a given dimension. The x axis is the dimension of the hypercube, and the y axis is the dimension of the subfacet.
The right hand side is well-known and easy to read; a point has 1 vertex; a line segment has 2 vertices and 1 edge; a square has 4 vertices, 4 edges, and 1 face; and so on. It should be easy to see those values, and easy to check them if you have knowledge of how hypercubes work (each value is twice the one to its left, plus the one to its top-left).
The left hand side is the strange realm of a negative dimensions. A -1-hypercube has 1 -1face, -2 -2faces, 4 -3faces, -8 -4faces, and so on. Infinitely. Oscillating between positive and negative. Note that the…
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First off, my hiatus is over.
But, i'm gonna cancel my current projects.
It looks better without them.
or at least to me.
By the way, i'm still gona make some blog posts about dimensions, multiverses and hierarchies, and others.
This is what i'm gonna make soon:
Alemagno12's Dimensional Notation
Alemagno12's Hierarchy of Everything
Alemagno12's Universe Naming System
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A set is a collection of mathematical objects. Usually, these are numbers, but they can also be shapes, functions, and even other sets.
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Yesterday i was editing some articles, and then i found some article ( http://alldimensions.wikia.com/wiki/Renioverse ) that called me the attention. So i thinked: Why not have structures/verses/whatever that are weird?
Let me explain this through the blog post.
It's a verse-like structure, with objects (or verses) that are of a lower level than the structure itself.
But what makes this special, it's because it's not entirely an universe, it can have a different organization and different objects, E.G in the multiversal scale, this structure can have the universes in it's core and have things like, i don't know, black holes or quasars dispersed in the rest of the structure. These types of structures can have names also, for example, the one i …
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First, let's define a chain.
A chain is a continued (either descending/ascending or left/right, or whatever) list of elements, each one separated with arrows (or a symbol, like lines like -, etc). They may be in categories or not, they may be divided into various elements at a point or not, etc.
But chains may be used to represent in different ways.
They may also start with various main objects, but those objects just create different chains.
The first and most obvious chain. It's used to represent things that are inside other things.
We start with an object, then it has one or more sub-elements, which are contained in the object. The sub-elements can have other sub-elements, which are contained into the main sub-elements. etc.
All other chains …
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Today, i want to talk about Dimensions.
First of all, we consider a dimension as a multiple lower-level dimension repeated in itself.
So 1D = Repeated 0D, 2D = Repeated 1D, 3D = Repeated 2D, etc.
So we are going to continue that, but not just continue, but also define.
First, we have the first three dimensions: A line that is multiple points/dots/whatever, a square that is multiple lines, and a cube that is multiple squares. This will be Segment, Plane, and Space.
Then, how can we get a fourth dimension? We can't do it the geometrical way because duh, we can't imagine 4 geometrical dimensions, so, what can we use? Turns out, our universe is 3D, and each frame is 3D. So we can have multiple frames = timeline. So a timeline is a fourth dimension (4D…Read more >
1. I know about spamming the Edit log, ok i will stop. I was just editing things and then i drived insane and then stopped.
2. Send me pages to correct ortographic errors.Read more >
Hi, i'm back. After getting a new account, i finally decided to re-contribute to this wiki.
Expect me to have new content soon-ish.
Happy thanksgiving merry christmas.Read more >
A concept that I’ve recently discovered is the Great Chain of Being. This was a concept in medieval philosophy that placed everything in the world in a specific place in the hierarchy, with God at the top and dirt at the bottom.
What’s interesting is that this shares various similarities to the –verse hierarchies of this Wiki.
The Great Chain of Being goes as follows,
God → Angels → Humans → Animals → Plants → Minerals
We’re going to ignore God and angels for now, since they complicate things a bit and I’m an atheist anyway (don’t worry, they’ll be fit in later), leaving…
Humans clearly correspond to People in the Verse Hierarchy, which isn’t really much of a problem. However, with animals, they aren’t mentioned in the VH. This may seem to show …
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To find the number of possible universes, it is first important to find the largest possible universe. The universe, during Inflation, increased its size by a factor of is practically the same, and hence this is the number of possible universes.Read more >
I combined our three -verse hierarchies (my own, Aarex's, and Alejandro's) into one chart, and told yEd to group together the different objects. This was the result (names added by me):
Science, divided into six distinct scales. Pretty neat.Read more >
I've made a table that places all of my extended -verse objects on a length scale. It is located here:
It goes from 10 dum (), covering all object-scales in the known universe.Read more >
The title says it all, really.
In social science, the fundamental object is the person to the state, depending on scale.
In life science, the fundamental object is the cell to the person, again depending on scale.
In physcial science, the fundamental object is the elementary particle to the molecule, once more depending on scale.
So, here's what I need naming: the fundamental object in formal science. This object may not exist in physical reality, but it's still worthwhile to name. Any ideas?Read more >
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Maybe I'll make one of those for this Wiki's native hierarchies. Who knows, the future is big.
So, remember when I said that a matrix can be used to show a set of points? Well, let's talk about that.
A line segment has two points. One of these is at represent?Read more >
So, I've been thinking about hyperdimensions lately. Hyperdimensions, in its simplest form, is the extension of dimensions from the normal one-hyperdimensional line (0D, 1D, 2D, 3D...) into a two-hyperdimensional plane. This can take many forms; complex numbers, for example, are one way of expressing this. I'm going to attempt to come up with one hyperdimensional way of thought.
So, first up, you can express vectors (for the purposes of this, the same thing as coordinates) as follows:
In the next blog post on this, I'll show you some more things about hyperdimensions. Remember to leave feedback and questions in the comments - I love explaining things!Read more >
This series of blog posts, and the following ones, will explain to you some interesting properties of the Infinite Hotel.
So, first up: what is the infinite hotel?
It's simple: the infinite hotel is a hotel which, for every room, there exists another room of a larger room number. In other words, the set of all room numbers in the hotel is the same as ℤ.
So, let's take a look at our first scenario:
Imagine that the infinite hotel is not full, when someone arrives. To solve this is simple; you just assign the person who arrives to the smallest-numbers unoccupied room.
This is slightly more difficult. Imagine that every room in the hotel, from 1 onwards, has a person in it, when another person arrives. Is it possible to accomodate this new person? …
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NOTE: This is an idea, so please don't come up with bad comments.
A dot is in zeroth dimension.
A line is in first dimension.
A square is in second dimension.
A cube is in third dimension
A tesseract is in fourth dimension.
A penteract is in fifth dimension.
We can continue this infinitely.
Then, we can make the dimensions be the dimension number:
Every nth dimension is the nth zeroth dimension dimension.
The nth dimension dimensions should be considered as levels
You will see later.
First, there's the first first dimension dimension, which is equal to the infinityth dimension.
We can have the next zeroth dimension dimension, etc.
We can make coordinates of the dimensions dimensions:
The nth zeroth dimension dimension can be expresed as (n), the mth firs…Read more >
Aarex’s Tier 0 is obvious, since it’s just the already extant names of the hypercubes up through to 5. These are, for completeness:
- D. Congratulations!
- 0D - Point
- 1D - Line
- 2D - Square
- 3D - Cube
- 4D - Tesseract
- 5D - Penteract
- 6D - Killeract
- 7D - Killer-line
- 8D - Killer-square
- 9D - Killer-cube
- 10D - Killer-tesseract
- 11D - Killer-penteract
- 12D - Squar-killeract
- 18D - Cuber-killeract
- 24D - Tesser-killeract
- 30D - Penter-killeract
- 36D - Megeract
- 37D - Meger-line
- 42D - Meger-killeract
- 72D - Squar-megeract
- 108D - Cuber-megeract
- 144D - Tesser-megeract
- 180D - Penter-megeract
- 216D - Gigeract
- 432D - Squar-gigeract
- 648D - Cuber-gigeract
- 864D - Tesser-gigeract
- 1080D - Penter-gigeract
- 1296D - Tereract
- 7776D - Peteract
- 46655D - Penter-peter-penter-terer-penter-giger-penter-meger-penter-killer-penteract
- 46656D - Alpheract
- 46657D - Alpher-line
- 46658D - Alpher-square
- 46659D - Alpher-cube
- 46660D - Alpher-tesseract
- 46661D - Alpher-penteract
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In this article on the Backwards Extended -Verse Hierarchy, I will compare it to the hierarchy laid out by Kardashev (the Kardashev Scale). So, let's begin:
The number next to the object is the type of a civilisation that controls all of the resources of said object.
- Multiverse - Type 5.0
A civilisation controlling the resources of an entire univerese is a Type 4.0 Universal Civilisation. They can perform truly immense galactic engineering projects, such as the Megadisk and the Megasphere (interstellar-sized variants of the Alderson Disk and the Dyson Sphere).
- Universe - Type 4.0
- Supercluster Complex - Type 3.6
- Supercluster - Type 3.4
- Cluster - Type 3.1
A civilisation controlling the resources of an entire galaxy is a Type 3.0 Galactic Civilisati…
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- Multiverse is contain of multiple universes
- Universe is contain of multiple great walls
- Visible universe is inside the universe
- Great wall is contain of multiple supercluster complex
- Supercluster is contain of multiple Galaxy cluster
- Cluster is contain of multiple galaxies
- Galaxy is contain of multiple Galaxy spiral arms
- Galaxy spiral arm contains multiple stellar belts
- Stellar belt contains multiple stellar bubbles
- Stellar bubble contains multiple solar systems
- Solar system contains multiple planets and one star
- Planet contains multiple moons and continents
- Continent contains multiple countries
- Country contains multiple states
- State contains multiple counties
- County contains multiple cities
- City contains multiple towns
- Town contains multiple villages
A verf, or a vertex figure, is one interesting feature of a shape that you might have heard about. This blog post is an attempt to demystify these verfs and allow you begin to understand other things that follow from these.
So first up: what is a verf?
A verf is the shape that you get when you draw a small hypersphere around any vertex of a uniform polytope. For example, take a square. Picture a small circle around one of the sides of the square. There is an arc where the edge of the circle is inside the area of the square. Notice that as the circle moves further from the centre away from the vertex, the place where it is inside the square becomes more and more linear, until eventually it becomes completely flat.
This can also be applied to a …
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The -verse hierarchy is one of the most interesting things on this wiki, and so is User:Alejandro Magno's excellent extension of this down to the galaxy level.
But this got me thinking: how low can you go? I found an old hierarchy on my computer (us googolgeometrists think alike), dusted it off, polished it, and found out that the answer is this low, apparently:
- [various parallel universes go here]
- A universe contains multiple filaments
- A filament contains multiple superclusters
- A supercluster contains multiple clusters
- A cluster contains multiple galaxies
- A galaxy contains multiple spiral arms
- A spiral arm contains multiple stellar belts
- A stellar belt contains multiple stellar bubbles
- A stellar bubble contains multiple stellar clouds
- A stellar clo…
I got interested on the -verses thing, so here extension.
INFINITY!!! is largest level, and it contains everything :D
An alejandromagnoverse contains multiple aarexverses
An aarexverse contains multiple finalverses
A finalverse contains multiple internetverses
An internetverse contains multiple webverses
A webverse contains multiple wikipediaverses
A wikipediaverse contains multiple wikiverses
A wikiverse contains multiple wikiaverses
A wikiaverse contains multiple stopthisverses
A stopthisverse contains multiple computerverses
A computerverse contains multiple neuronverses
A neuronverse contains multiple brainverses
A brainverse contains multiple thinkingverses
A thinkingverse contains multiple thinkverses
A thinkverse contains multiple explanationverse…Read more >
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