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Absolute infinity quantum threshold

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Absolute infinity quantum threshold is my own idea of the absolute infinity structure. The absolute infinity structure is defined as not having a known shape, making the idea ambiguous, indefinite and conjecture-like. I propose to make what we know as Omega into the bowtie shape.[edit]

My claim is that this shape holds as a placement for any absolute infinity better than Omega does. Which is explained by its direct connection to the biggest fields in mathematics and knowledge of what we do in fact know today.

The bowtie (also what I call the "darkflow" object, and "bowtie conjecture/manifold") is what's commonly seen as Minkowski's-4-dimensional diagram, and Einstein's, Einstein-Rosenbridge, A light cone, commonly appearing in even fractal geometry, sqaure algebra, chaos theory, M-theory, String-theory, and more. It is (in my humble opinion) the very paradigm of our possible "everything". Including other theorems worked into it deeply. It can be seen in all computational mathematics.

No proof yet.

Personal and Hypothetical work for Null calculation on a complex plain. [not verified nor correct - n needs limits, and null to be squared]. thank you
Old work on defining MLT cones, Some things unclear, others incomplete in definition


JacksonStudies - RJ, 12:14 PM PST | 4/15/2022.

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