Thanks to your answer, I figure out that the prism is maybe a new look about the number 0 and the prism can be the 4th dimension we look for. Cs said that there is a flaw in the relativist theories relating to prism. We're not aware about the reality of the prism. I think we must have a new perspective about the 0 and this is related to the nature of the 4th dimension of space, the variability of the speed of light and the reality, at core, that Consciousness IS Matter. We've a static vision of matter because we don't take in account the Consciousness in classic physics (Consciousness = void = static 0) and our vision of matter begins to change with quantum mechanics that is related to Consciousness. With a idea of dynamic 0 (maybe with the imaginary number) rather than a static one, maybe we can approache the reality that Consciousness IS Matter and that the speed of light is variable.Getting the Cs to elaborate without adding in your own research can get you a "we aren't here to hold you by the hand" type answer. When Ark via his own research thinks something like a 4,2 metric or bimetric ideas are good but perhaps needing a little tweaking, the Cs can give a confirmation of this. You kind of need to get close on your own.
You kind of need to put things like this into more of a math basis. Santilli had this problem too; it's hard for other humans to use your ideas if you don't do this. Ark did get that triple matrix thing of Santilli narrowed down a bit as in the 12 of a 12x12x12 is a 6x2 with the 6 coming from the 4+2 metric and the 2 adding energy to the metric (adding cotangent space to tangent space in differential forms terms Ark has mentioned more recently). The three 12s perhaps via Ark's blog relating it to a bimetric might be a bimetric+Standard Model thing (and Yang-Mills gauge theory thing perhaps in differential forms terms). What you describe sounds like dual light cones via the 4,2 metric complex domain.
New question : why do we never see a variability of the speed of light as we see in denser media (water, jewel, matter...)? Why do we see always a constant speed of light? Is this due to our 3D reference of observation?
Thanks John giving me the opportunity to realize this with your answer !
About metric, I'm more about a 3-space with two signs of time so maybe a 3+2 like the pentagon :)