On Oct 24, 2022, David Dalton wrote
> The night of January 7, 1994 I couldn’t remember the name
> of a good friend who I encountered and who I hadn’t seen
> since 1980. His first name is Wally, and I later took that
> to be an important physics clue of “wall E”.
> And today is Diwali, which I again take as a clue of
> wall E.
> But what could the clue mean? Perhaps it means a
> waveguide for energy, perhaps a higher dimensional
> analogue to fibre optic transmission of light only for
> And yes, Sarah McLachlan, “i*t” (a small imaginary component
> of time, which I view as a twist or window, and which may
> have been more important just after the Big Bang, if that
> occurred) does “matter”.
> a D.
I think also a caustic might be involved, like that which
forms on a cup of tea only in more dimensions.
Also I have done research on seismic surface waves, some
of which are related to total internal reflection in a layer,
and my waveguide notion above might involve extension
of a 2D surface to a higher dimensional manifold.
I am well equipped to investigate this, both from my
scientific training and the peek into higher dimensions
I got during my sun stare, plus the abilities I gained
from the higher dimensional wraparound that followed,
as described on my Salmon on the Thorns webpage.
However I welcome collaboration.