Thursday, May 8, 2014

Ultidimensionally Multimate

Blog-post # 429:
(429 = 11*3*13.)

Nine inanimations.

Multimately Ultidimensional

A Knot Too Ornate
To Be As Recognized

Absolute Ambiguity Of
Circles Certainly Circular

Inwardly, Unto
Externally, And
Into Misplacement

Corollaries Of Collective

An Infinite Hourglass
Of Mis-Ticked Time

Galactic, Stellar,
Planetary, Lunar;
Pointy, Linear,
Shapely, Formed

The Ultimate Untying Of
Our Knot-like Universe

Between The Zeros
And Zeronesses
Ironically Positive

(19 = 'nine(e)teen in'.
[^Yet another
proximate palindrome.])

Mix of parallels:...
All as plexiform.


A glassiness was yet in
the inflections' sphere.
This clearest spinning
of these is always seen.


Real scene:
Seen clear.


Its sphere:
This, per-se.


The shadows are
of sundials per-se.
As true as shown
is a folded sphere.


As this fate, those
moon-dials were so.
Shadows are of that;
soon, time else is.


Solar-flares wind about.
All rainbows are of dust.


Coiling knots were
as rotation's lace.
A tangle is ornate
or is not clockwise.


Form ever twirls;
plus, again so
has pi.
Surrealism was of
this overlapping.


The one cusp is
of what this is.
Those shapes focus
within it.


Syzygies are as
multidimensional as this.
A string is, is a line,
is a sly maze they do sum.


The multidimensionalities:
They are less so.
Ultimately inside those
is more than else is.


To them, yet as in them,
are spun...
the many permutations.


As beyond this linearity:
Yet so inside a labyrinth.


The node forever
is inside mazes,..
If these dreams
envisioned zero.


One, two, three: Askew.
We were those: A knot.


I veto an id.


As what is in
every calculus' art:
This was universally


The atheism's creationism:
Mathematics so is therein.


'I made math; tamed am I.'

[^This palindrome seems very
familiar. Did I post it already?
But given that "palindrome"
literally means: {the letters}
'return' by 'running' along;
then fine.]
{And I surely have already
posted about how Sarah
Palin's last name is so very
appropriate, it seems to me,
for an extreme conservative's
name, given that 'palin' is
derived from the Greek for
'back' or 'return'. And I am
guessing that an etymological
connection must surely exist
between the prefix "palin-"
and the prefix "paleo-", where
the latter is derived from the
Greek for 'old/ancient'.}


(And quite odd, it is,
that I did not notice
until just a few days
ago that
'Doctor Rot-Cod'
is a palindrome.
The doctor has a..
'doctorate, yet a rot-cod',
or maybe a..
'doctorate, tarot-cod'.)

(That tarot-cod is much
like such terra-cotta.
But it is also maybe
like a tarot-card, but
else.. more so fishy..)

Now the funny(funnier) stuff...

Ironically, "peppering" someone
with rocks is a form of..



What was unfairly blamed for the
couple's accidental pregnancy?



[The era of fertilized
ova is defined by its..
'Zygote Zeitgeist'.
(That era has now come to an
end, because, I suppose, it is
already.. ova.)]

It is unfortunate that there
can be no fuchsia-colored
laser-light beams (because
fuchsia is never composed of
a single frequency on the
electromagnetic spectrum).

It is unfortunate because,
otherwise, energy-physicists
might have been successful
using such lasers
(of high-power) to ignite a..


(But, alas, no..)

Maybe the goddess of the
purest of wisdom would
herself doubt the
existence of any

If so, she and her followers
might be students in the
philosophy of...


(Does that "(na)" very much
mean 'not applicable' here?)

[From Greece to Rome..]

Caesar sees these seas;
So Caesar,
he seized these seas he sees.
Caesar was pleased by these seas,
these seas he sees then seized.

These seas indeed Caesar seized.
But of these seas he proceeds
to then free their breeze from
these fees he once teased
from all these seas he seized.
And these fees he'll ease
and likewise freeze,
as he did that freezing breeze;
because Caesar,.. he's appeased.


Global-warming is when nature
does.. seas.. the low-lying
coastlines back from humanity.


Where there's the..
that's where the..
land is dyin'.


When driving a truck
through a pasture,
you better use your..
to try to avoid that..


If "more clearly" and
"most clearly" are acceptable
to write, then why not
"clearerly" and "clearestly"?

(Would using these be..





If analog-clocks turn circle-wise;
then digital-clocks, thus, must
turn counter-circle-wise.


Why, long long ago, didn't our
ancestors question their belief
many had back then that the
Sun and Moon and stars move
across the inside of a giant
celestial dome...
if the Sun did not cast the
Moon's shadow onto the inside
of that dome whenever the Moon
was in the sky during the day?

I would have thought the
absence of such a shadow
would have been somewhat
obvious to most people.**

I bet some ancient people
indeed did question the
common view of the Cosmos;
but these particular people
were ridiculed as being
simply CrAzY...
(Or worse, they were often
banished and punished or
even tortured/executed for
being heretics.
Meanwhile, all their friends
were too apathetic about any
of this enforced ignorance,
because, hey, they, at least,
"have nothing to hide", as I
bet they claimed.. even in
those days.)

**[This would have been more
obvious to those people with
good enough vision to even
clearly see the Moon in the
sky during the day in the
first place, anyway.
As eyeglasses were not yet
invented, there were likely
a good number of people
who thought the day's Moon
was just a cloud, or maybe
was some glowing god or
angel or something.
{"Never mind, it's just
the Face Of God up there."}
But I read anyway that, even
with all the nearsighted
people amongst them, the
Ancients still were aware
somehow of the existence of
a handful of the planets
in our solar-system.
And why did these planets
also not cast shadows onto
the inside of the dome?
And what about the stars?
Although, as I think I have
been taught, some ancient
cultures may have believed
that the stars were affixed
directly to the dome; thus
that would explain the lack
of any shadows cast by our
Sun's light shining upon
{"So, it is settled, then.
The lack of the stars having
any shadows PROVES that they
are affixed DIRECTLY to the
celestial dome! QED."}]

{PS: To give the peoples
of long ago the benefit-of
-the-doubt as to why they
were not bothered by the
lack of the Moon's shadow
on the stars' dome:
As I understand it,
the outer celestial dome
was believed by many, but
not all, ancient cultures
to be more so a fluid than
a solid. Plus, that dome
was believed by many to
be VERY far away, even if
their estimates for the
distances from the Earth
to the stars were always
MUCH shorter than how
distant the stars actually
are from Earth.}



1st denomination.
2nd domination.
3rd dominion.
4th dimension..


The 'zero-times-infinity'
pseudo-mathematical rambling in
my April 22 blog-post (# 427):

Since my essay had zero-substance
or rigor, and since it is quite
meaningless (ie. it is of
indeterminate value), then
therefore, it is (and thus
I am) INFINITELY clever!..
(Because, infinity multiplied
by zero is indeterminate, see.)




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