think about the simple beauty of the “moving average”. The sliding window. all the jagged edges smooth out into what seems like a direction a “group” is going into. individual points become groups – samples – and they are measured at rates – equally distant gaps in time. or space what is the difference between a grain of sand and a pile of sand? this is why theoretical physicists won’t find it so long as they are tethered to the individual unit

think about the simple beauty of the “moving average”. The sliding window.

all the jagged edges smooth out into what seems like a direction a “group” is going into.

individual points become groups – samples – and they are measured at rates – equally distant gaps in time.

or space

what is the difference between a grain of sand and a pile of sand?

this is why theoretical physicists won’t find it so long as they are tethered to the individual unit

oh it’s a problem with two+ body systems.

theoretical physicists are tethered to the individual unit because it’s too complicated to do two or more.

but the answer to their dilemma lay in 2+.

Zee Mista
so for example, a pile of sand is an emergent property of a system of multiple particles of sand interacting in an environment near a large gravitational body.

likewise for time.

 

Zee Mista time is itself embedded in many of the calculations too, just encrusted.

look at e.

what’s e measuring?

 

 

 

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Few-body_systems

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