This book is an introduction to the simple math patterns used to describe fundamental, stable, spectral-orbital physical systems (represented as discrete hyperbolic shapes). The containment set has many dimensions, and these dimensions possess macroscopic geometric properties (which are discrete hyperbolic shapes). Thus, it is a description that transcends the idea of materialism (i.e., it is higher-dimensional), and it can also be used to model a life-form as a unified, high-dimension, geometric construct, which generates its own energy and which has a natural structure for memory, where this construct is made in relation to the main property of the description being the spectral properties of both material systems and of the metric-spaces that contain the material systems, where material is simply a lower dimension metric-space and where both material components and metric-spaces are in resonance with the containing space.
Published: 27th January 2014
Edition Number: 1