Set Physics

I have been giving theoretical physics a thorough and systematic going over and I think I’ve come up with a unified solution that incorporates gravity and all the particles.

I’m thankful for the work of:

  • Issac Newton
  • Albert Einstein
  • R. Buckminster Fuller
  • Max Plank
  • Richard Feynman
  • and a broad array of experimental physicists

Giants whose shoulders I stand on.

Each row in this model is a set of particles.  Everything is ultimately composed of distance and time.

I am creating a new taxonomy because the existing names do not consistently define the particles of the system.






How Much

System Schema

The structure of the schema is three dimensional and composed of three shells:

Inner Tetrahedral Intrashell:

Middle Octahedral Intershell:

Outer Icosahedral Boundary Shell:

The edges, vertexes and connections between the shells are all significant in revealing the dependecy of the particles upon one another.

This is the best I can do for a two dimensional representation:


Network Schema


Icons: The Czerepak Framework

Tearing apart the Zachman Framework has yielded great results.  I have identified the core nodes and links (we won’t use the terms entities and associations any more).  The new Nodes of the Czerepak Framework are:

  1. Computers
  2. Machines
  3. Goals
  4. Observers
  5. Elements
  6. Particles
  7. Points
  8. Events

The new Links are:

  1. Operations
  2. Processes
  3. Rules
  4. Names
  5. Bonds
  6. Quanta
  7. Distances
  8. Durations

If you look at the link icons you can see what I am hypothesizing as the optimum cardinality for each.  I am thinking about this from the perspective of the Platonic solids, R. Buckminster Fuller’s work, Stuart Koffman’s work with chaos theory and Boolean networks and Albert Einstein’s own love for geometry.

The set of icons created to this point are below:


With this diagram I am eating a considerable amount of my previous work with the icons as well as a few concepts.  The reason for this is I am discovering the logic behind interrogatives that are not commonly used that are essential in the logic of system design.  The first row is the interrogatives (questions).  “Whuch” is how much.  The second row are my rearranged icons.  The third row are my Greek terms for the solutions.

Perhaps there is No Grand Unified Theory

When R. Buckminster Fuller attempted to find the smallest solids that could fill space he made an interesting discovery.  He rejected cubes as unstable and found that not one solid, but two were required:  the tetrahedron and the octahedron.  The product of his work was the octet truss which he patented.

When we look at classical and quantum physics we deal with not one but two versions of reality.  The unobserved reality and the observed reality.  Unobserved reality is a tetrahedron composed of four unities:

  1. Energy
  2. Mass
  3. Space
  4. Time

Observed reality is an octahedron composed of six unities:

  1. Cause
  2. Observer
  3. Energy
  4. Mass
  5. Space
  6. Time

Each unity is composed of three dimensions.  Therefore, the unobserved universe is twelve dimensional and the observed universe is eighteen dimensional.  At least, that is my hypothesis.  The unobserved and observed universe join like the equilateral faces of a tetrahedron and an octahedron to create the universe as it behaves in an infinite matrix of octet space.

    Systema: A Fuller Explanation


    I am slowly building a library of books that influenced my thinking under the Product Page of this blog. During my search I discovered that one of my favorites, A Fuller Explanation: The Synergtic Geometry of R. Buckminster Fuller by Amy C. Edmondson, online in HTML.

    Amy had the privilege of working with R. Buckminster Fuller and her book documents her concise understanding of the geometry in Fuller’s book Synergetics which is also available online in HTML.

    R. Buckminster Fuller has strongly influenced my thinking about problem solving and about how little we actually know about the world. I urge you to explore both books.

    Zachman Tetrads

    R. Buckminster Fuller’s books reveal a characteristic of his thinking. He would always return to his simplest system, the tetrahedron, and travel on ever new tangents. I decided to look at Zachman again with a different orientation and apply tetrads.


    It is important to note that each of the columns is a design perpective. The one to one column is not the real entity but a physical design perspective of the entity.

    Tetrad Theories

    Here is a table to describe some of the tetrads we have discussed so far in this blog.


    The first column is our friend Structured Query Language (SQL). The second column is the four components of physiological and psychological health. The third column is the tetrad of McLuhan’s Laws of Media. The fourth column are the Zachman Framework’s four perspectives. The fifth column are the first four Structured Development Lifecycle (SDLC) phases.

    The rows in the table correlate the similar facets of each of the tetrads. I will go into detail in a later post. How does energy, matter, location and event correlate? How do the Secrets of the Universe of Discourse correlate? How does data, information, knowledge and wisdom correlate? How does colon classification correlate?

    Take a moment and let yourself stretch.