# Computational Geometry of Space/Time

All thoughts have a geometry, a dynamic network of relationships.

Imagine a tree growing inside of a space that is layered like an onion. Each layer contains somewhere between one and two times the volume of the previous layer. Wherever the tree occupies space is an event and everywhere that the tree does not occupy space is a probability that was not manifest. The onion (with the tree inside) is a multi-fractal hierarchy, it is constantly growing and the onion or it's layers probably have a dynamic, such as spin (a probability wave) or a strobing effect as well. Now think of this model as consciousness. What if dark matter and dark energy were unmanifested probabilities or a separate manifestation. In the dynamics of social interaction, meaningful information becomes enfolded into an intentional field of implicate order.

The tree is the universe we perceive, the onion is not space a we think of it. It is a probability space. It is the superposition of all possibilities. The onion has a dynamic, I will call this dynamic spin. Deception (self referential randomness) would drive this dynamic so that perfect symmetry never exists. In a computer, there is no such thing as pure randomness. It is the same in the reality we experience. When you flip a coin into the air, it is in a superposition as long as it is spinning, however the chance of it landing heads or tails is not a pure 50/50 chance. The coin is influenced by the intentional field.

This is another description of of the computational geometry of space/time.

The glass onion is the probability space.

The tree is our material reality, Which is just one of an infinite or nearly infinite number from all possible realities.

The first iteration of the tree structure (the trunk) is the center of the onion, it is winking in and out of existence at some particular cycle rate.

The second iteration is the main branches, and if there were eight degrees of freedom and six branches sprout at each iteration for a total of forty eight. These eight groups of six branches are winking in and out of existence in turn, at a higher cycle rate.

At each iteration you get another group of branches that increases exponentially with a faster cycle time and each iteration is the next layer of the onion.