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12062019 We live in a Moebius Strip geometry universe
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Dan
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Post subject: 12062019 We live in a Moebius Strip geometry universe
Posted: Sat Nov 08, 2008 8:46 pm 

1st written 20081209, edits 12192013, edit 12062019
To explain you need to see how to make a Moebius. You can also use a folded dollar bill.
First, take the long edge of an 8" by 11" letter size paper and cut off an 1.5" strip.
Second, put the two short ends together and make a wheel with two sides and two edges.
Third, separate the two ends and rotate one end 180 degrees or a half twist; then put two ends back together. Joila! a Moebius. A single surface with two sides and a single edge.
Why?
1. The short answer is that a base Moebius Strip universe has a single surface common to all points of its spacetime.
2. It is a two sided surface. Yes it is, look at it, a side is defined with respect to an observer who can sit 'outside' the Moebius. A side prevents you from seeing the other side from where you sit.
3. Ergo, there is a distance between two sides, or the 'sides' would occupy the same points in spacetime. That is forbidden because the opposite side points are opposite in sign, i.e. plus/minus matter or space. When plus minus matter meet they explode with 100% matter to energy conversion. Big bang; thus the two sides must be separated by a Predictable Distance determined by any Moebius's generation number where the actual diameter is measured in 'h' units = Planck's Constant. I posit that the initial Moebius radius is one hbar in length, i.e. h/2(pi) where the M's center line circumference = h.
4. Two sides means we can separate matter into equal parts of plus and minus matter as all our base physics theories require.
5. A Moebius can replicate itself by being cut down its middle which doubles its circumference, then cut again and it splits into two 2 twist Moebius strips. Also you could cut 1/3 from edge until you meet the initial cut point. Keep going and you can grow infinitely large = expanding universe. However at any single generation the Moebius is finite in size.
Conclusions:
1. A Moebius geometry universe explains where the Antimatter is that our base physics equations require.
2. It shows directly where the Dark Matter & Energy is.
3. It explains the why & how of Entanglement.
4. All descendent generations of initial One Twist Moebius can theoretically go to any other point on the surface of spacetime of any other base universe Moebius. Theory and doing are two separate animals.
Add more later.
I deal with with this issue directly and tangentially in other articles and topics as I explain how I deduced the existence of our conservation debt.
Questions would make me explain this better.
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Daniel
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Post subject: Re: Why do we live in a Moebius Strip geometry universe?
Posted: Thu Dec 11, 2008 9:10 am 

So what is the "matter" between the two sides of the moebius?


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Dan
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Post subject: What is matter between sides surface Moebius universe?
Posted: Sat Jan 21, 2012 9:37 am 

No matter just frequencies/energy. To go between, you have to change into an opposite set of frequencies; or have the energy to punch through to the other side, e.g. "Huge AntiMatter particle jets shoot out of only one side of many galactic cores.".
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