That’s been my world since the late 1980s “some unique ideas concerning Theoretical Physics”. My mindscape LOVES that realm, going deep into the pores of sponges, btwn surfaces. Where I have a problem is rising up to Classical. 0. 1. That’s been very hard for me.
I can always go deeper and deeper still. to finer and finer grained resolutions, until the grain is gone and there’s just relationships. I don’t find math there or logic though. It just ‘is’. But how do I bring the ‘is’ to the surface to share? What’s the simplest form?
Basically, I’m trying to spackle the fractal without considering the porosity, different textures, interaction planes, how they’ll age differently, shrink and expand in competition, and just treat it as: WALL. As FLAT. As Surface. Unspeakable difficult. But I have to try.
My trouble is being *unable* to ignore the texture. It’s consuming. Going into the pores, the cracks, the bumps and ripples, the layers of ink or paint, the surface as it grabs onto the ink or paint and holds it….
I have to come up for air. So many years down below in the world of fractals and dimensionless things.
I’m spackling the fractal. Very very difficult for me.
Don’t know if I can stick to it. But as it ties into another of my long term interests: neural networks, computer vision (how computers can bs taught to see without our biases getting in the way), I think it’s a start.