i’m not really looking for a solution to fluidics. it just happens to be in fluidics that I find something that appears to be compatible with the thing I’m working on. I didn’t expect it here. I happened to be looking at an award-winning photo of an atom. I went to a page that had other winners as I like to see second third fourth place in these kinds of things. It turned out the second place was a soap bubble about to burst. It had a partitioning i liked. next thing I know (following various trails) I’ve stumbled across this after I realized I had returned to structure vs flow. to my surprise there was a stick slip phenomenon i’d studied a year or two ago. I needed something that developed under constraints where most of the system is contained. it’d probably be a complete lattice. I also know there were certain patterns I expected to find. I don’t know what my next step is but I didn’t know I’d get here either.

i’m not really looking for a solution to fluidics. it just happens to be in fluidics that I find something that appears to be compatible with the thing I’m working on.

I didn’t expect it here.

I happened to be looking at an award-winning photo of an atom.

I went to a page that had other winners as I like to see second third fourth place in these kinds of things.

It turned out the second place was a soap bubble about to burst. It had a partitioning i liked.

next thing I know (following various trails) I’ve stumbled across this after I realized I had returned to structure vs flow.

to my surprise there was a stick slip phenomenon i’d studied a year or two ago.

I needed something that developed under constraints where most of the system is contained. it’d probably be a complete lattice.

I also know there were certain patterns I expected to find.

I don’t know what my next step is but I didn’t know I’d get here either.

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