Beyond Theorizon: Holographic Hagbard and Finnegan Rise.

Beyond Theorizon: Holographic Hagbard and Finnegan Rise.

By Steven James Pratt.

"Now let the centuple celves of my egourge as Micholas de Cusack calls them, -- of all of whose I in my hereinafter of course by recourse demission me -- by the coincidance of their contraries reamalgamerge in that indentity --James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg. 49.

On my 34th Birthday last week I had a few epiphanies including the news about the Icelandic Volcano, and the Wikileaks video release and UK digital economy bill trickbag. Over webchat with a friend I got wind that my transcribed interview with Saul Paul Sirag was linked from Jack Sarfatti’s web site

After checking out the new site only three days ago I have been propelled into the world of Sarfatti physics and his cutting edge research. I met Jack 10 years ago in North Beach when I was on my American adventure to discover more about Dr. Robert Anton Wilson. Jack was kind enough to invite me to his apartment where I conducted the interview with Saul.

Since the emergence of the Maybelogic Academy my studies have drifted away from physics toward a more comprehensive study of literature, poetry, alternative economics, Non-Euclidean politics and some tenets of discordianism, I have much to learn.

Since revisiting Jack Sarfatti’s stardrive website recently, that I used to visit since I first surfed the information superhighway back in the mid 1990’s; a series of new thoughts concerning Sarfatti physics, RAW cybernetics and the Physics of Joyce’s Finnegans Wake have emerged.

In some sense RAW felt that Finnegans Wake and other sorts of special writing including his own, reflect the 'Holographic Models' developed by David Bohm. I propose furthermore that FW provides humanity with the first, culturally relative model for the ‘holographic principle’ as defined by Hooft, Susskind, Sarfatti and others on the cutting axis of physics consciousness cosmology research.

I view Finnegans Wake as a manual to a rich 'Holographic Principle', a textual hologram crafted between 88-70 years ago in the Hermetic style. Holistic. A hologramic prose tool that aggregates history into a kind of black hole environment, contorted structure, noneuclidean geometry, quantum tunneling, from which emerge a constellation of treasures (Adams and Eifs) entangled with balanced equations of non-ordinary spaces, pairs, quarts, vectors, orbifolds.

Entangled and consciously balanced and ordered? yet seemingly chaotically represented as a text? Each sentence and almost every word (etym) preserves the holographic principle. And I feel preserves the general condition of humanity shouting and grunting from the streets, I think, maybe due to Vico's influence and Bruno?

James Joyce translates the Holographic principle into a Grand Unified Theory of Universe. Life as Novel structures. Reduced to etyms and ifs, yet all holographically reflective. Forcing us somewhat to enter the flux and paradox at the helm of the conscious Pilot wave, setting keel to breakers, turning the world word inside out, compressing equivalence and complemetarity everywhere and nowhere throughin’ the text itself, the reader and writer, or the speaker and composer fuse within a higher dimensional spacetime.

I see a parallel in the writing of Jack Sarfatti, and many physicists and mathematicians, scientists in the best sense of the word, are often bound up to principles' that can be verified, although Jack is often buzzing about the fringe of the theoretical and experimental hypercube, bridge building and unifying. Like Joyce, Jack Sarfatti sometimes invokes the principle architects and cornerstones of his theory as textual and symbolic communication.

I view this process as reflecting good research, in the general sense, good broad-based thinking and I commend those who keep up rigorous operationalist language in their statements, defined by experimental data and experiential data, somewhat balanced. Dr. John C. Lilly like RAW, presents balanced communications when dealing with complex and widely misunderstood concepts, this balanced communication attracts informed questions while providing working models upon which to hang independent research in ‘fringe’ areas of science such as ‘paranormal’ studies, Ufology, multiworlds, Timetravel etc...Finnegans Wake studies?

RAW introduced me to Jack by way of his books (Cosmic Trigger) and ever since then I have followed his work as best I can although up until now I have not thought much about Sarfatti physics and Finnegans Wake, up until a few days ago when I noticed the shift in physics, or group recognition of the Holographic Principle.

My intuition and reasoning tell me that the Holographic Principle in cosmology is perhaps isomorphic to some of Dr. Robert Anton Wilson’s ideas and models of ‘reality’ or interacting processing, and his thoughts about Finnegans Wake and what he liked to call HOLOGRAPHIC PROSE, that are spread throughout his 36 book. I call for a great study into this field of Holographic Prose', similar in scale to the Ray Kurzweil inspired Sungularity University.

May we enrich the whole, love, steve fly.

Proof and Pudding: Wikipedia vs. James Joyce´s Tetradomational Gazebocroticon

Hologramic Prose:

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juxtaposed from WIKIPEDIA
and Finnegans Wake by James Joyce. Images by CHU.

I would like to thank the Maybelogic Academy, the late Dr. Wilson, Lycaeum, Jack Sarfatti, Wikipedia, Mark Pesce, CHU, and those that have helped to develop and share tools to enable hyperlinked articles such as this Wiki-Joyce juxtaposition.

"By the hross of Xristos, Holophullopopu lace is a shote of excramation! Bumchub! Emancipator, the Creman hunter (Major Hermyn C. Entwhistle) with dramatic effect reproducing the form of famous sires on the scene of the formers triumphs, --James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg. 342.

Discovery of String Theory
The story goes that "In 1970, a young physicist named Leonard Susskind got stuck in an elevator with Murray Gell-Mann, one of physics' top theoreticians, who asked him what he was working on. Susskind said he was working on a theory that represented particles 'as some kind of elastic string, like a rubber band.' Gell-Mann responded with loud, derisive laughter."[24]

"Sussumcordials all round, let ye alloyiss and ominies, while I stray and let ye not be getting grief out of it, though blighted troth be all bereft, on my poor headsake ----James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg. 453.

"The Susskind-Hawking battle, also known as the black hole war,[1] refers to the vigorous two-decade long debate[2] that Stanford University theoretical physicist Leonard Susskind had with cosmologist Stephen Hawking over the behavior of black holes. Hawking argued that information is lost when black holes evaporate. Susskind found this idea so disturbing that "he publicly declared war",[3] which he described in his book "The Black Hole War: My battle with Stephen Hawking to make the world safe for quantum mechanics". The solution to the problem that concluded the battle is the holographic principle, which was first proposed by Gerardus 't Hooft but was given a precise string theory interpretation by Susskind. With this, as the title of an article puts it, "Susskind quashes Hawking in quarrel over quantum quandary".[4]

"God's drought, he sayd, after a few daze, thinking of all those bliakings, how leif pauses! Here you are back on your hawkins, from Blasil the Brast to our povotogesus portocall, the furt on the turn of the hurdies -James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg. 316.

"Gerardus (Gerard) 't Hooft (Dutch pronunciation: [ˌɣeːrɑrt ət ˈhoːft]) (born July 5, 1946, Den Helder, Netherlands) is a theoretical physicist at Utrecht University, the Netherlands. He shared the 1999 Nobel Prize in Physics with Martinus J. G. Veltman "for elucidating the quantum structure of electroweak interactions". Asteroid 9491 Thooft is named in his honor; he has written a constitution for its future inhabitants. He was awarded the Lorentz Medal in 1986 and the Spinozapremie in 1995. Nobel Prize in Physics laureate Frits Zernike was his great-uncle.[1]

"O, you've gone the way of the Danes; variously catalogued, regularly regrouped; a bushboys holoday, a quacker's mating, a wenches' sandbath; the same homoheatherous checkinlossegg as when sollyeye airly blew ye; real detonation but false report; spa mad but inn sane; half emillian via bogus census but a no street hausmann when allphannd --James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg. 129.

In quantum mechanics, the Hamiltonian H is the operator corresponding to the total energyspectrum is the set of possible outcomes when one measures the total energy of a system. It is of fundamental importance in most formulations of quantum theory because of its close relation to the time-evolution of a system (see below). of the system. Its

"with his muffetee cuffes ownconsciously grafficking with his sinister cyclopes after trigamies and
spirals' wobbles pursuiting their rovinghamilton selves and godolphing in fairlove to see around the waste of noland's browne jesus 4 (thur him no quartos!) --James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg. 383.

Quantum action principle In ordinary quantum mechanics, the Hamiltonian is the infinitesimal generator of time-translations. This means that the state at a slightly later time is related to the state at the current time by acting with the Hamiltonian operator (times -i). For states with a definite energy, this is a statement of the DeBroglie relation between frequency and energy, and the general relation is consistent with that plus the superposition principle.
But the Hamiltonian in classical mechanics is derived from a Lagrangian, which is a more fundamental quantity considering special relativity. The Hamiltonian tells you how to march forward in time, but the notion of time is different in different reference frames. So the Hamiltonian is different in different frames, and this type of symmetry is not apparent in the original formulation of quantum mechanics.
The Hamiltonian is a function of the position and momentum at one time, and it tells you the position and momentum a little later. The Lagrangian is a function of the position now and the position a little later (or, equivalently for infinitesimal time separations, it is a function of the position and velocity). The relation between the two is by a Legendre transform, and the condition that determines the classical equations is that the Action is a minimum.

"And thanks ever so many for the ten and the one with nothing at all on. I will tie a knot in my stringamejip to letter you with my silky paper, as I am given now to understand it will be worth my price in money one day so don't trouble to ans unless sentby special as I am getting his pay and wants for nothing so I can live simply and solely for my wonderful kinkless and its loops of loveliness.--James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg.458.

"Loop quantum cosmology
Study of LQC has led to many successes, including the emergence of a possible mechanism for cosmic inflation, resolution of gravitational singularitiessemi-classical Hamiltonians. This subfield was originally started by Martin Bojowald and Abhay Ashtekar at the Institute for Gravitational Physics and Geometry at Penn State and they continue to lead the research, but now there are many more active researchers working on various different aspects of the subject. (LQC) is a model of as well as development of effective.

"Big went the bang: then wildewide was quiet: a report: silence --James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg. 98

"Hamiltonian mechanics is a reformulation of classical mechanics that was introduced in 1833 by Irish mathematician William Rowan Hamilton. It arose from Lagrangian mechanics, a previous reformulation of classical mechanics introduced by Joseph Louis Lagrange in 1788, but can be formulated without recourse to Lagrangian mechanics using symplectic spaces (see Mathematical formalism, below). The Hamiltonian method differs from the Lagrangian method in that instead of expressing second-order differential constraints on an n-dimensional coordinate space (where n is the number of degrees of freedom of the system), it expresses first-order constraints on a 2n-dimensional phase space.[1]

"The goot old gunshop monowards for manosymples. Tincurs tammit! They did oak hay doe fou Chang-il-meng--James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg. 338.

In mathematics, a symplectic manifold is a smooth manifold, M, equipped with a closed, nondegenerate, skew-symmetric 2-form, ω, called the symplectic form. The study of symplectic manifolds is called symplectic geometry or symplectic topology. Symplectic manifolds arise naturally in abstract formulations of classical mechanics and analytical mechanics as the cotangent bundles of manifolds, e.g., in the Hamiltonian formulation of classical mechanics, which provides one of the major motivations for the field: The set of all possible configurations of a system is modelled as a manifold, and this manifold's cotangent bundle describes the phase space of the system.
Any real-valued differentiable function, H, on a symplectic manifold can serve as an energy function or Hamiltonian. Associated to any Hamiltonian is a Hamiltonian vector field; the integral curves of the Hamiltonian vector field are solutions to the Hamilton–Jacobi equations. The Hamiltonian vector field defines a flow on the symplectic manifold, called a Hamiltonian flow or symplectomorphism. By Liouville's theorem, Hamiltonian flows preserve the volume form on the phase space.

"The great fact emerges that after that historic date all holographs so far exhumed initialled by Haromphrey bear the sigla H.C.E. and while he was only and long and always good Dook Umphrey for the hungerlean spalpeens of Lucalizod and Chimbers to his cronies it was equally certainly a pleasant turn of the populace which gave him as sense of those normative letters the nickname Here Comes Everybody. --James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg. 21.

"M-theory is not yet complete; however it can be applied in many situations (usually by exploiting string theoretic dualities[clarification needed]). The theory of electromagnetism was also in such a state in the mid-19th century; there were separate theories for electricity and magnetism and, although they were known to be related, the exact relationship was not clear until James Clerk Maxwell published his equations, in his 1864 paper A Dynamical Theory of the Electromagnetic Field. Witten has suggested that a general formulation of M-theory will probably require the development of new mathematical language.[citation needed] However, some scientists have questioned the tangible successes of M-theory given its current incompleteness[weasel words], and limited predictive power, even after so many years of intense research.

"the way they could not rightly tell their heels from their stools as they cooched down a mamalujo by his cubical crib, as question time drew nighing and the map of the souls' groupography rose in relief within their quarterings --James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg. 476.

"In physics, Hamiltonian lattice gauge theory is a calculational approach to gauge theory and a special case of lattice gauge theory in which the space is discretized but time is not. The Hamiltonian[disambiguation needed] is then re-expressed as a function of degrees of freedom defined on a d-dimensional lattice.
Following Wilson, the spatial components of the vector potential are replaced with Wilson lines over the edges, but the time component is associated with the vertices. However, the temporal gauge is often employed, setting the electric potential to zero. The eigenvalues of the Wilson line operators U(e) (where e is the (oriented) edge in question) take on values on the Lie group G. It is assumed that G is compact, otherwise we run into many problems. The conjugate operator to U(e) is the electric field E(e) whose eigenvalues take on values in the Lie algebra
. The Hamiltonian receives contributions coming from the plaquettes (the magnetic contribution) and contributions coming from the edges (the electric contribution).
Hamiltonian lattice gauge theory is exactly dual to a theory of spin networks. This involves using the Peter-Weyl theorem. In the spin network basis, the spin network states are eigenstates of the operator Tr[E(e)2].

"Thanks eversore much, Pointcarried! I can't say if it's the way you strike me to the quick or that red mass I was looking at but at the present momentum, potential as I am, I'm seeing rayingbogeys rings round me. --James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg. 304.

"Action principle in quantum mechanics and quantum field theory
In quantum mechanics, the system does not follow a single path whose action is stationary, but the behavior of the system depends on all imaginable paths and the value of their action. The action corresponding to the various paths is used to calculate the path integral, that gives the probability amplitudes of the various outcomes.
Although equivalent in classical mechanics with Newton's laws, the action principle is better suited for generalizations and plays an important role in modern physics. Indeed, this principle is one of the great generalizations in physical science. In particular, it is fully appreciated and best understood within quantum mechanics. Richard Feynman's path integral formulation of quantum mechanics is based on a stationary-action principle, using path integrals. Maxwell's equations can be derived as conditions of stationary action.

"writing on the wall will hue it to the mod of men that mote in the main street) every person, place and thing in the chaosmos of Alle anyway connected --James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg. 118

"The Wheeler–Feynman absorber theory (also called the Wheeler–Feynman Time-Symmetric theory) is an interpretation of electrodynamics that starts from the idea that a solution to the electromagnetic field equations has to be symmetric with respect to time-inversion, as are the field equations themselves. The motivation for such choice is mainly due to the importance that time symmetry has in physics. Indeed, there is no apparent reason for which such symmetry should be broken, and therefore one time direction has no privilege to be more important than the other. Thus, a theory that respects this symmetry appears, at least, more elegant than theories with which one has to arbitrarily choose one time direction over the other as the preferred one. It is named after its originators, the late physicists Richard Feynman and John Archibald Wheeler.

"His dream monologue was over, of cause, but his drama parapolylogic had yet to be, affact. --James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg.474..

As the modern understanding of particle physics began to develop, retrocausality was at times employed as a tool to model then-unfamiliar or unusual conditions, including electromagnetism and antimatter.
The Wheeler–Feynman absorber theory, proposed by John Archibald Wheeler and Richard Feynman, uses retrocausality and a temporal form of destructive interference to explain the absence of a type of converging concentric wave suggested by certain solutions to Maxwell's equations.[15] These advanced waves don't have anything to do with cause and effect, they are just a different mathematical way of describe normal waves. The reason they were proposed is so that a charged particle would not have to act on itself, which, in normal classical electromagnetism leads to an infinite self-force.[16]
Feynman, and earlier Stueckelberg, proposed an interpretation of the positron as an electron moving backward in time[17], reinterpreting the negative-energy solutions of the Dirac equation. Electrons moving backward in time would have a positive electric charge. Wheeler invoked this concept to explain the identical properties shared by all electrons, suggesting that "they are all the same electron" with a complex, self-intersecting worldline.[18] Yoichiro Nambu later applied it to all production and annihilation of particle-antiparticle pairs, stating that "the eventual creation and annihilation of pairs that may occur now and then is no creation or annihilation, but only a change of direction of moving particles, from past to future, or from future to past."[19] The backwards in time point of view is nowadays accepted as completely equivalent to other pictures, but it doesn't have anything to do with the macroscopic terms "cause" and "effect", which do not appear in a microscopic physical description.

"the sameold gamebold adomic structure . . . highly charged with electrons" --James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, Pg. 615.

In quantum mechanics, a density matrix is a self-adjoint (or Hermitian) positive-semidefinite matrix, (possibly infinite dimensional), of trace one, that describes the statistical state of a quantum system. The formalism was introduced by John von Neumann (and according to other sources, independently by Lev Landau and Felix Bloch) in 1927.

It is the quantum-mechanical analogue to a phase-space probability measure (probability distribution of position and momentum) in classical statistical mechanics. The need for a statistical description via density matrices arises when one considers either an ensemble of systems, or one system when its preparation history is uncertain and one does not know with 100% certainty which pure quantum state the system is in.
Situations in which a density matrix is used include the following: a quantum system in thermal equilibrium (at finite temperatures); nonequilibrium time-evolution that starts out of a mixed equilibrium state; and entanglement between two subsystems, where each individual system must be described, via the partial trace operation, by a density matrix even though the complete system may be in a pure state; and in analysis of quantum decoherence. See also quantum statistical mechanics.

"The abnihilization of the etym by . . . the first lord of Hurtreford expolodotonates through Parsuralia with an ivanmorinthorrorumble fragoromboassity amidwhiches general uttermost confussion are perceivable moletons scaping with mulicules . . . Similar scenatas are projectilised from Hullulullu, Bawlawayo, empyreal Raum and mordern Atems. --James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg.353.

Limit on information density Entropy, if considered as information (see information entropy), is measured in bits. The total quantity of bits is related to the total degrees of freedom of matter/energy. In a given volume, there is an upper limit to the density of information about the whereabouts of all the particles which compose matter in that volume, suggesting that matter itself cannot be subdivided infinitely many times and there must be an ultimate level of fundamental particles. As the degrees of freedom of a particle are the product of all the degrees of freedom of its sub-particles, were a particle to have infinite subdivisions into lower-level particles, then the degrees of freedom of the original particle must be infinite, violating the maximal limit of entropy density. The holographic principle thus implies that the subdivisions must stop at some level, and that the fundamental particle is a bit (1 or 0) of information.

"Now open, pet, your lips, pepette, like I used my sweet parted lipsabuss with Dan Holohan of facetious memory taught me after the flannel dance --James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg. 147

The holonomic model of the brain
Bohm also made significant[peacock term] theoretical contributions to neuropsychology and the development of the holonomic model of the functioning of the brain.[1] In collaboration with Stanford neuroscientist Karl Pribram, Bohm helped establish the foundation for Pribram's theory that the brain operates in a manner similar to a hologram, in accordance with quantum mathematical principles and the characteristics of wave patterns. These wave forms may compose hologram-like organizations, Bohm suggested, basing this concept on his application of Fourier analysis, a mathematical method for decomposing complex waves into component sine waves. The holonomic brain model developed by Pribram and Bohm posits a lens defined world view— much like the textured prismatic effect of sunlight refracted by the churning mists of a rainbow— a view which is quite different from the more conventional "objective reality" - not to be confused with objectivity - approach. Pribram held that if psychology means to understand the conditions that produce the world of appearances, it must look to the thinking of physicists like Bohm.[2]

"Sharpen his pillowscone, tap up his bier! E'erawhere in this whorl would ye hear sich a din again? --James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg.6"

"The de Broglie–Bohm theory, also called the pilot-wave theory, Bohmian mechanics, and the causal interpretation, is an interpretation of quantum theory. As in quantum theory, it contains a wavefunction - a function on the space of all possible configurations. Additionally, it also contains an actual configuration, even in situations where nobody observes it. The evolution over time of the configuration (that is, of the positions of all particles or the configuration of all fields) is defined by the wave function via a guiding equation). The evolution of the wavefunction over time is given by Schrödinger's equation.
The de Broglie–Bohm theory is explicitly non-local. The velocity of any one particle depends on the value of the wavefunction, which depends on the whole configuration of the universe.
This theory is deterministic. Relativistic variants require a preferred frame. Variants which handle spin and curved spaces are known. It can be modified to handle quantum field theory. Bell's theorem was inspired by Bell's discovery of the work of David Bohm and his subsequent wondering if the obvious non-locality of the theory could be removed.

"our fireleaved loverlucky blomsterbohm, phoenix in our woodlessness, --James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg. 55.

In particle physics, supersymmetry (often abbreviated SUSY) is a symmetry that relates elementary particles of one spin to other particles that differ by half a unit of spin and are known as superpartners. In a theory with unbroken supersymmetry, for every type of boson there exists a corresponding type of fermion with the same mass and internal quantum numbers, and vice-versa.
So far, there is only indirect evidence for the existence of supersymmetry.[1] Since the superpartners of the Standard Model particles have not been observed, supersymmetry, if it exists, must be a broken symmetry, allowing the superparticles to be heavier than the corresponding Standard Model particles.

"Stringstly is it forbidden by the honorary tenth commendmant to shall not bare full sweetness against a nighboor's wiles. --James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg.615.

Before the 1990s, string theorists believed there were five distinct superstring theories: open type I, closed type I, closed type IIA, closed type IIB, and the two flavors of heterotic string theory (SO(32) and //E//8×//E//8)[15]. The thinking was that out of these five candidate theories, only one was the actual correct theory of everything, and that theory was the one whose low energy limit, with ten spacetime dimensions compactified down to four, matched the physics observed in our world today. It is now believed that this picture was incorrect and that the five superstring theories are connected to one another as if they are each a special case of some more fundamental theory (thought to be M-theory). These theories are related by transformations that are called dualities. If two theories are related by a duality transformation, it means that the first theory can be transformed in some way so that it ends up looking just like the second theory. The two theories are then said to be dual to one another under that kind of transformation. Put differently, the two theories are mathematically different descriptions of the same phenomena.
These dualities link quantities that were also thought to be separate. Large and small distance scales, as well as strong and weak coupling strengths, are quantities that have always marked very distinct limits of behavior of a physical system in both classical field theory and quantum particle physics. But strings can obscure the difference between large and small, strong and weak, and this is how these five very different theories end up being related. T-duality relates the large and small distance scales between string theories, whereas S-duality relates strong and weak coupling strengths between string theories. U-duality links T-duality and S-duality.

"We may come, touch and go, from atoms to ifs but we're presurly destined to be odd's without ends" James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg. 455

A root system of rank r is a particular finite configuration of vectors, called roots, which span an r-dimensional Euclidean space and satisfy certain geometrical properties. In particular, the root system must be invariant under reflection through the hyperplane perpendicular to any root.
The E8 root system is a rank 8 root system containing 240 root vectors spanning R8. It is irreducible in the sense that it cannot be built from root systems of smaller rank. All the root vectors in E8 have the same length. It is convenient for many purposes to normalize them to have length √2.

"fluttered its secret on white highway and brown byway to the rose of the winds and the blew of the gaels, from archway to lattice and from black hand to pink ear --James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg. 43

The E8 Lie group has applications in theoretical physics, in particular in string theory and supergravity. The group E8×E8 (the Cartesian product of two copies of E8) serves as the gauge group of one of the two types of heterotic string and is one of two anomaly-free gauge groups that can be coupled to the N = 1 supergravity in 10 dimensions. E8 is the U-duality group of supergravity on an eight-torus (in its split form).
One way to incorporate the standard model of particle physics into heterotic string theory is the symmetry breaking of E8 to its maximal subalgebra SU(3)×E6.
In 1982, Michael Freedman used the E8 lattice to construct an example of a topological 4-manifold, the E8 manifold, which has no smooth structure.
In February 2008, Garret Lisi published a particle physics theory based on the E8 Lie group.[1]. In March 2010, Jacques Distler and Skip Garibaldi of Emory University, published a paper that they believed was refuting Lisi's theory.[2]
In 2010 it was reported that in an experiment with a cobalt-niobium crystal, under certain physical conditions the electron spins in it exhibited the symmetry of E8.[3]

My schemes into obeyance for This time has had to fall: they bit goodbyte to their thumb and, his bandol eer his solgier, dripdropdrap on pool or poldier, wishing the loff a falladelfian in the morning, proceeded with a €Hubbleforth slouch in his slips backwords (Et Cur Heli!) in the directions of the duff and demb institutions about ten or eleven hundred years lurch away in the moonshiny gorge of Patself on the Bach.
--James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg. 73

Examples and intuition

The most well-known example and the first one to be studied is the duality between Type IIB supergravity on AdS5
S5 (a product space of a five-dimensional Anti de Sitter space and a five-sphere) on one hand, and N = 4 supersymmetric Yang-Mills theory on the four-dimensional boundary of the Anti de Sitter space (either a flat four-dimensional spacetime R3,1 or a three-sphere with time S3
R).[22] This is known as the AdS/CFT correspondence, a name often used for Gauge / gravity duality in general.
This duality can be thought of as follows: suppose there is a spacetime with a gravitational source, for example an extremal black hole.[23] When particles are far away from this source, they are described by closed strings (i.e. a gravitational theory, or usually supergravity). As the particles approach the gravitational source, they can still be described by closed strings; alternatively, they can be described by objects similar to QCD strings,[24][25][26] which are made of gauge bosons (gluons) and other gauge theory degrees of freedom.[27] So if one is able (in a decoupling limit) to describe the gravitational system as two separate regions — one (the bulk) far away from the source, and the other close to the source — then the latter region can also be described by a gauge theory on D-branes. This latter region (close to the source) is termed the near-horizon limit, since usually there is an event horizon around (or at) the gravitational source.

-- Three quarks for Muster Mark! --James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg. 383.

A quark-gluon plasma (QGP) or quark soup[1] is a phase of quantum chromodynamics (QCD) which exists at extremely high temperature and/or density. This phase consists of (almost) free quarks and gluons, which are several of the basic building blocks of matter. Experiments at CERN's Super Proton Synchrotron (SPS) first tried to create the QGP in the 1980s and 1990s: the results led CERN to announce indirect evidence for a "new state of matter"[2] in 2000. Current experiments at Brookhaven National Laboratory's Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) are continuing this effort.[3]
Although the results have yet to be independently verified as of February 2010, scientists at Brookhaven RHIC have tentatively claimed to have created a quark-gluon plasma with an approximate temperature of 4 trillion degrees Celsius.[4]

"Antony Valentini is a British theoretical physicist. He was a student of Dennis Sciama. Valentini has been working on an extension of David Bohm's "ontological interpretation" of quantum theory that would allow "signal nonlocality" that is forbidden in orthodox quantum theory. "Signal nonlocality" allows nonlocal quantum entanglement to be used as a stand-alone communication channel without the need of a classical light-speed limited retarded signal to unlock the entangled message from the sender to the receiver. This would be a major revolution in physics and would possibly make the cosmic landscape string theory Popper falsifiable.

Eins within a space and a wearywide space it wast ere wohned
a Mookse. The onesomeness wast alltolonely, archunsitslike,
broady oval, and a Mookse he would a walking go (My hood!
cries Antony Romeo) --James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg. 152

In theoretical physics, the Pilot Wave theory was the first known example of a hidden variable theory, presented by Louis de Broglie in 1927. Its more modern version, the Bohm interpretation, remains a controversial attempt to interpret quantum mechanics as a deterministic theory, avoiding troublesome notions such as instantaneous wavefunction collapse and the paradox of Schrödinger's cat.

"The Gariaev (Garyaev) group (1994)[7] has proposed a theory of the Wave-based Genome where the DNA-wave functions as a Biocomputer. They suggest (1) that there are genetic "texts", similar to natural context-dependent texts in human language; (2) that the chromosome apparatus acts simultaneously both as a source and receiver of these genetic texts, respectively decoding and encoding them; (3) that the chromosome continuum acts like a dynamical holographic grating, which displays or transduces weak laser light and solitonic electro-acoustic fields.
The distribution of the character frequency in genetic texts is fractal, so the nucleotides of DNA molecules are able to form holographic pre-images of biostructures. This process of "reading and writing" the very matter of our being manifests from the genome's associative holographic memory in conjunction with its quantum nonlocality. Rapid transmission of genetic information and gene-expression unite the organism as holistic entity embedded in the larger Whole. The system works as a biocomputer—a wave biocomputer.__ Gariaev reports as of 2007 that this work in Russia is being actively suppressed.

"No. 1132 or No. 1169, bis, Fitzmary Round where she was seen by many and widely liked) for teaching the Fatima Woman history of Fatimiliafamilias, repeating herself, on which purposeth of the spirit of nature as difinely developed in time by psadatepholomy, the past and present Johnny MacDougall speaking, give me trunks, miss!) and present and absent and past and present and perfect arma virumque romano. --James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg. 389.

"Penrose went on to consider what it was in the human brain that might not be driven by algorithms. The physical law is described by algorithms, so it was not easy for Penrose to come up with physical properties or processes that are not described by them. He was forced to look to quantum theory for a plausible candidate.
In quantum theory, the fundamental units, the quanta, are in some respects quite unlike objects that are encountered in the large scale world described by classical physics. When sufficiently isolated from the environment, they can be viewed as waves. However these are not the same as matter waves, such as waves in the sea. The quantum waves are essentially waves of probability, the varying probability of finding a particle at some specific position. (These probabilities apply to other states of the particle, such as its momentum, but for the sake of simplicity we will refer to position.) The peak of the wave indicates the location with maximum probability of a particle being found there. The different possible positions of the particle are referred to as superpositions or quantum superpositions. We are speaking here of the isolated form of the quanta. When the quanta are the subject of measurements or of interaction with the environment, the wave characteristic is lost, and a particle is found at a specific point. This change is commonly referred to as the collapse of the wave function.

"holocryptogam, of my essenes, or carried of cloud from land of locust, in ouzel galley borne, I,
huddled til summone be the massproduct of teamwork --James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg. 389.

The holonomic brain theory, originated by psychologist Karl Pribram and initially developed in collaboration with physicist David Bohm, is a model for human cognition that is drastically different from conventionally accepted ideas: Pribram and Bohm posit a model of cognitive function as being guided by a matrix of neurological wave interference patterns situated temporally between holographic Gestalt perception and discrete, affective, quantum vectors derived from reward anticipation potentials.
Pribram was originally struck by the similarity of the hologram idea and Bohm's idea of the implicate order in physics, and contacted him for collaboration. In particular, the fact that information about an image point is distributed throughout the hologram, such that each piece of the hologram contains some information about the entire image, seemed suggestive to Pribram about how the brain could encode memories.[1]. Pribram was encouraged in this line of speculation by the fact that DeValois and DeValois[2] had found that "the spatial frequency encoding displayed by cells of the visual cortex was best described as a Fourier transform of the input pattern."[3] This holographic idea led to the coining of the term "holonomic" to describe the idea in wider contexts than just holograms.

"Your genus its worldwide, your spacest sublime!
But, Holy Saltmartin, why can't you beat time?
In the name of the former and of the latter and of their
holocaust. Allmen. --James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg. 419.

Holographic data storage captures information using an optical interference pattern within a thick, photosensitive optical material. Light from a single laser beam is divided into two separate optical patterns of dark and light pixels. By adjusting the reference beam angle, wavelength, or media position, a multitude of holograms (theoretically, several thousand) can be stored on a single volume. The theoretical limits for the storage density of this technique is approximately several tens of Terabytes (1 terabyte = 1024 gigabytes) per cubic centimeter. In 2006, InPhase Technologies published a white paper reporting an achievement of 500 Gb/in2. From this figure we can deduce that a regular disk (with 4 cm radius of writing area) could hold up to a maximum of 3895.6GB[clarification needed][2]

"part so ptee does duty for the holos we soon grow to use of an
allforabit. Here (please to stoop) are selveran cued peteet peas of
quite a pecuniar interest inaslittle as they are the pellets that make
the tomtummy's pay roll. --James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg. 19

3D optical data storage is the term given to any form of optical data storage in which information can be recorded and/or read with three dimensional resolution (as opposed to the two dimensional resolution afforded, for example, by CD).
This innovation has the potential to provide terabyte-level mass storage on DVD-sized disks. Data recording and readback are achieved by focusing lasers within the medium. However, because of the volumetric nature of the data structure, the laser light must travel through other data points before it reaches the point where reading or recording is desired. Therefore, some kind of nonlinearity is required to ensure that these other data points do not interfere with the addressing of the desired point.
No commercial product based on 3D optical data storage has yet arrived on the mass market, although several companies are actively developing the technology and predict that it will become available by the end of 2010.

Bleating Goad, it is the least of things, Eyeinstye! Imagine it, my deep dartry dullard! ---James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg. 305.

A de Sitter universe is a solution to Einstein's field equations of General Relativity which is named after Willem de Sitter. It models the universe as spatially flat and neglects ordinary matter, so the dynamics of the universe are dominated by the cosmological constant, thought to correspond to dark energy.

"her birthright pang that would split an atam" James Joyce, FW, pg. 333.

In mathematics and physics, n-dimensional de Sitter space, denoted dSn, is the Lorentzian analog of an //n//-sphere (with its canonical Riemannian metric). It is a maximally symmetric, Lorentzian manifold with constant positive curvature, and is simply-connected for n at least 3.
In the language of general relativity, de Sitter space is the maximally symmetric, vacuum solution of Einstein's field equation with a positive (repulsive) cosmological constant Λ (corresponding to a positive vacuum energy density and negative pressure). When n = 4, it is also a cosmological model for the physical universe; see de Sitter universe.
De Sitter space was discovered by Willem de Sitter, and independently by Tullio Levi-Civita (1917). More recently it has been considered as the setting for special relativity rather than using Minkowski space and such a formulation is called de Sitter relativity.

Which route are they going? Why? Angell sitter or Amen Corner, Norwood's Southwalk or Euston Waste? The solvent man in his upper gambeson withnot a breth against him and the wee wiping womanahoussy. --James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg. 578.

In mathematical physics, de Sitter invariant special relativity is a speculative idea that the fundamental symmetry group of spacetime is that of de Sitter space. In the standard theory of General Relativity, de Sitter space is a highly symmetrical special vacuum solution, which requires a cosmological constant or the stress-energy of a constant scalar field to sustain. The idea of de Sitter invariant relativity is to require that the laws of physics are not fundamentally invariant under the Poincaré group of special relativity, but under the symmetry group of de Sitter space instead. With this assumption, empty space automatically has deSitter symmetry, and what would normally be called the cosmological constant in General Relativity becomes a fundamental dimensional parameter describing the symmetry structure of space-time.
First proposed by Luigi Fantappiè in 1954, the theory remained obscure until it was rediscovered in 1968 by Henri Bacry and Jean-Marc Lévy-Leblond. In 1972, Freeman Dyson popularized it as a hypothetical road by which mathematicians could have guessed part of the structure of General Relativity before it was discovered. [1] The discovery of the accelerating expansion of the universe has led to a revival of interest in deSitter invariant theories, in conjunction with other speculative proposals for new physics, like doubly special relativity.

"O fortunous casualitas! Lefty takes the cherubcake while Rights cloves his hoof Darkies never done tug that coon out to play non-excretory, anti-sexuous, misoxenetic, gaasy pure, flesh and blood games --James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg. 175.

In physics, the AdS/CFT correspondence (anti-de-Sitter space/conformal field theory correspondence), sometimes called the Maldacena duality, is the conjectured equivalence between a string theory defined on one space, and a quantum field theory without gravity defined on the conformal boundary of this space, whose dimension is lower by one or more. The name suggests that the first space is the product of anti de Sitter space (AdS) with some closed manifold like sphere, orbifold, or noncommutative space, and that the quantum field theory is a conformal field theory (CFT).[1]

An example is the duality between Type IIB string theory on AdS5 × S5 space (a product of five dimensional AdS space with a five dimensional sphere) and a supersymmetric N=4 Yang-Mills gauge theory (which is a conformal field theory) on the 4-dimensional boundary of AdS5. It is the most successful realization of the holographic principle, a speculative idea about quantum gravity originally proposed by Gerard 't Hooft and improved and promoted by Leonard Susskind.

"And Jarl von Hoother had his baretholobruised heels drowned in his cellarmalt,
shaking warm hands with himself --James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg. 21

"Probabilistically checkable proofs give rise to many complexity classes depending on the number of queries required and the amount of randomness used. The class PCP[r(n),q(n)] refers to the set of decision problems that have probabilistically checkable proofs that can be verified in polynomial time using at most r(n) random bits and by reading at most q(n) bits of the proof. Unless specified otherwise, correct proofs should always be accepted, and incorrect proofs should be rejected with probability greater than 1/2. The PCP theorem, a major result in computational complexity theory, states that PCP[O(log n),O(1)] = NP.
The complexity class PCP is the class of decision problems that have probabilistically checkable proofs with completeness 1, soundness α < 1, randomness complexity O(log n) and query complexity O(1).[citation needed]

code's proof! The rebald danger with they who would bare whiteness against me I dismissem from the mind of good. He can tell such as story to the Twelfth Maligns --James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg. 364.

Pseudoscientific language comparison is a form of pseudoscience that has the objective of establishing historical associations between languages by naive postulations of similarities between them.

"Our wholemole millwheeling vicociclometer, a tetradomational gazebocroticon (the "Mamma Lujah" known to every schoolboy scandaller, be he Matty, Marky, Lukey or John-aDonk), autokinatonetically preprovided with a clappercoupling smeltingworks exprogressive process, --James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg. 614.

The usage of the word "portmanteau" in this sense first appeared in Lewis Carroll's book Through the Looking-Glass (1871),[1] in which Humpty Dumpty explains to Alice the coinage of the unusual words in Jabberwocky,[8] where "slithy" means "lithe and slimy" and "mimsy" is "flimsy and miserable." Humpty Dumpty tries to justify his habit of changing the meaning of words and combining them in various ways by telling Alice,

"Ope, Jack, and atem!--James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg. 459.
The basic type HPSG deals with is the sign. Words and phrases are two different subtypes of sign. A word has two features: [PHON] (the sound, the phonetic form) and [SYNSEM] (the syntactic and semantic information), both of which are split into subfeatures. Signs and rules are formalized as typed feature structures.

"rather let the whole ekumene universe belong to merry Hal and do whatever his Mary well ----James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg. 288.

Factual relativism is a mode of reasoning which extends relativism and subjectivism to factual matter and reason. In factual relativism the facts used to establish the truth or falsehood of any statement are understood to be relative to the perspective of those proving or falsifying the proposition.

"trying to undo with his teeth the knots made by his tongue, retelling humself by the math hour, long as he's brood reel of funnish ficts apout the shee --James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg. 288.

Semiotic information theory considers the information content of signs and expressions as it is conceived within the semiotic or sign-relational framework developed by Charles Sanders Peirce.

"Tys Elvenland ! Teems of times and happy returns. The seim anew. Ordovico or viricordo. Anna was, Livia is, Plurabelle's to be. Northmen's thing made southfolk's place but howmulty plurators made eachone in person? --James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg. 215.

"Vico is often claimed to have inaugurated modern philosophy of history, although the expression is alien from Vico's text (Vico speaks of a "history of philosophy narrated philosophically").[1] He is otherwise well-known for noting that verum esse ipsum factum ("true itself is fact" or "the true itself is made"), a proposition that has been read as an early instance of constructivist epistemology.

"The Vico road goes round and round to meet where terms begin. Still onappealed to by the cycles and unappalled by the recoursers we feel all serene, never you fret, as regards our dutyful cask. --James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg. 452

Biosemiotics (from the Greek bios meaning "life" and semeion meaning "sign") is a growing field that studies the production, action and interpretation of signs in the biological realm. Biosemiotics attempts to integrate the findings of scientific biology and semiotics, representing a paradigmatic shift in the occidental scientific view of life, demonstrating that semiosis (sign process, including meaning and interpretation) is its immanent and intrinsic feature.

"Making mejical history all over the show! -- In sum, some hum? And other marrage feats? --James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg. 514.

"H. Aram Veeser, introducing an anthology of essays, The New Historicism (1989), noted some key assumptions that continually reappear in New Historicist discourse; they were:
  • that every expressive act is embedded in a network of material practices;
  • that every act of unmasking, critique and opposition uses the tools it condemns and risks falling prey to the practice it exposes;
  • that literary and non-literary "texts" circulate inseparably;
  • that no discourse, imaginative or archival, gives access to unchanging truths, nor expresses inalterable human nature;
  • that a critical method and a language adequate to describe culture under capitalism participate in the economy they describe.

"In Finnegans Wake Joyce made use not only of the ontological and epistemological implications of particle physics, but he also provided numerous allusions to specific elements of the subatomic realm that twentieth-century physics finally managed to uncover -

Idioglossia refers to an idiosyncratic language, one invented and spoken by only one or a very few people. Most often, idioglossia refers to the "private languages" of young children, especially twins. It is also known as cryptophasia, and commonly referred to as twin talk or twin speech. Children who are exposed to multiple languages from birth are also inclined to create idioglossias, but these languages usually disappear at a relatively early age, giving way to use of one or more of the languages introduced.

"one Davy Browne-Nowlan, his heavenlaid twin, (this hambone dogpoet pseudoed himself under the hangname he gave himself of Bethgelert) --James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg. 177.

In literary criticism, stream of consciousness is a narrative mode that seeks to portray an individual's point of view by giving the written equivalent of the character's thought processes, either in a loose interior monologue, or in connection to his or her actions.

Stream-of-consciousness writing is usually regarded as a special form of interior monologue and is characterized by associative leaps in syntax and punctuation that can make the prose difficult to follow. Stream of consciousness and interior monologue are distinguished from dramatic monologue, where the speaker is addressing an audience or a third person, and is used chiefly in poetry or drama. In stream of consciousness, the speaker's thought processes are more often depicted as overheard in the mind (or addressed to oneself); it is primarily a fictional device. The term was introduced to the field of literary studies from that of psychology, where it was coined by philosopher and psychologist William James.

Everyday, precious, while m'm'ry's leaves are falling deeply on my Jungfraud's Messongebook I will dream telepath posts dulcets on this isinglass stream --James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, pg. 460.

The phrase "stream of consciousness" (Pali; viññāna-sota) occurs in early Buddhist scriptures.[1] The Yogachara school of Mahayana Buddhism developed the idea into a thorough theory of mind. Hammalawa Saddhatissa Mahathera writes: "There is no 'self' that stands at the mentality to which characteristics and events accrue and from which they fall away, leaving it intact at death. The stream of consciousness, flowing through many lives, is as changing as a stream of water. This is the anatta doctrine of Buddhism as concerns the individual being."[3]

Juxtaposed by Steven Fly Agaric 23 Pratt
Amsterdam, April 23, 2010.

  1. 30 seals
  2. RAW360
  3. aleister crowley
  4. alfred korzybski
  5. amsterdam
  6. audio
  7. c.g jung
  8. cantos
  9. claude shannon
  10. coldcut
  11. collaborative fiction
  12. cosmic trigger
  13. coursework
  14. cybernetics
  15. decentralized and rotational
  16. dodecahedron
  17. email to the tribe
  18. ernest fenollosa
  19. erwin schroedinger
  20. eternal return
  21. ettt
  22. ezra pound
  23. f for fake
  24. finnegans wake
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  28. giambattista vico
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  30. global village
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  32. hologramic prose
  33. hyperintelligence
  34. icosahedron
  35. ideogramic method
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  37. illuminatus! trilogy
  38. internet
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  41. james joyce
  42. john coltrane
  43. john lilly
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  45. john von neumann
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  55. maybe logic quarterly
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  70. r. buckminster fuller
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  97. wilhelm reich
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  99. william s burroughs
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