Wednesday, June 13, 2012
Nemetics Visuals 1.5
Recently I've started playing with a Wave Interference Simulator. It has controls for frequency, Amplitude, one or two wave generators, the spacing between the wave generators, barrier or no barrier. One or two slits in the barrier, the size and spacing between splits.
It seems to be a helpful tool to visualize some basic nemetic concepts. The first image below emulates free exchange within authentic constraints, or in nemetics code Free nEx w/in AuCnst .
The balls emulate nemes - the basic unit of interest in nemetics. The radiating lines are nStrings; the black spaces between the nStrings are nTubes. The overall pattern is the nShape. The waves and especially the wave interference patterns are nFields.
In the image below, a barrier with no splits has been inserted. This could have many interpretations. It's an elite in a situation of no money exchange. Money is taken as nemes. The flow of money is taken as neme Exchange. It is neme Exchange that creates Energy.
Note the coherent patterns of nStrings on the left side of the barrier. nStrings overlap. A diversity of nTubes creating a complex but coherent pattern. One the right side of the barrier are patterns. But a nemiTube that is separate from the barrier. Whatever energy exists comes from the non elite. Not precisely sure how that maps to the real world. But it is interesting.
Another interpretation is the image above emulates a open classroom. Generating long nStrings into the world. The nemes are taken as students. The nStrings are taken as the energy in which the student is embedded. The dark spaces are nemiTubes that are bounded with Strings. Emulates peer learning. Although this pic doesn't show it, well bounded nTubes take out friction from neme Exchange nEx. Note the nTube proximate to the barrier is not well bounded as nStrings only create the border on the right. On the left we have a boundary that does not Exchange.
Thanks to Sean Grainger (see comments below. ) In the optimal visualization tool it would be possible to rotate the 2d image to 3d by spinning around the dotted line access.
It's interesting to imagine the different shapes generated by picture one v picture two. In picture one the field would generate as a whirlpool. Pulling nemes from the center. In picture two, with no direct connection behind the barrier, the field would settle into more like a mushroom. Pull would not be possible in that case.
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