#### Write4U

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AFAIK, all indications suggest that the universe started as a formless chaos, a "permittive conditions", which mathematically self-ordered into various mathematical patterns from which orderly complexity emerged over time.

Patterns within patterns, within patterns, within patterns, within patterns = irreducible complexity.

Are you saying that current mainstream science of an inflating universe is wrong?Then the indications lack depth . The indications then are wrong .

Ironic, I propose mathematical patterns as fundamental to spacetime and you accuse me of not understanding patterns, while advocating for irreducible complex patterns as fundamental to origins? This new science may explain better.Your not going deep enough Write4U . Your just understanding the patterns . NOT understanding the underlying reasons why the patterns exist in the first place .

**Make way for mathematical matter**

PHYSICS 5 January 2011. By Michael Brooks

**Editorial: “The deep value of mathematics”**

WE ALREADY have solid, liquid, gas, plasma and Bose-Einstein condensate. Now it seems we may be on the verge of discovering a whole host of new forms of matter – all based on mathematics.

Nils Baas, a mathematician at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim, has unearthed a plethora of possibilities for the way the components of matter can link together.

He made the discoveries while researching the field of topology – the study of the properties that objects share because of their shape.

It is particularly concerned with the various shapes that can be formed while squashing and bending an object. A ring doughnut and a teacup share the same topology, for example: it is possible to squish the doughnut into a teacup shape without doing away with the hole, as it becomes the hole in the handle.

Baas was studying “Brunnian rings” – collections of rings that are linked together but can all be separated if only one ring is cut. Borromean rings are the most famous example (see illustration).

https://www.newscientist.com/article/mg20927942-300-make-way-for-mathematical-matter/#ixzz6VJSMsWcH

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