#### OutSky

##### Jedi

In this Session:

(Ark)….. Is4th dimensionindeed afrequency?

A:Yes

Q: (Ark) If it is a frequency, I would like to know what kind of geometry has this 4th-dimensional reality? Is there such aconcept of a distance there, for instance?

A:No

Q: (Ark) Well, there is something more general than distance. For instance, there is a degenerate metric. Is there a metric there?Metric tensor?

A: Yes

Q: (Ark) Well, if it is not a distance but it is ametric tensor, does it mean it is degenerate so that there is zero distance between two different points?

A: Yes

Okay, but what is a ‘

*metric tensor*’? And then, what is the ‘metric tensor’ to the 3D universe? So, looking into wikipedia to what is a “

**metric tensor**,” there I found only

**difficult math terminology**for laypeople. Even so I got some rough idea of what is this concept in an abstract sense —as way to escape from complicate jargons of math since I’m not a mathematician. Yet if one here can give a not clerical and better clarification (or fix my next explanation if necessary), it is very welcome.

Anyway, as primarily considered by Gauss, its mathematician idealizer, a

*Metric tensor*determines a

**region**related to a curve surface when the surface is deformed. But this region relies on features that are constants in relation to the curve. See, the metric tensor also points in what direction that deformation is being composed —i.e. the ‘

*vectorial space*,’ which makes me think that a

**density**also has a

**movement**… somehow.

So, as pre-conceptualized, the 3 dimensional coordinates —and “formation-direction”? — of a 3D

**zone**depend on

*constants of the curve surface*even if the surface becomes distorted. For example some elements that are constants are the length of a curve and area of the surface. Also if you draw 2 lines on that surface and they meet at some point, then the angle between these lines is always constant —unless the surface is stretched. Therefore —let’s wonder— we can bend a curve as to have a zone where the

**distance between some points is zero,**but how would be the geometry of a

*non punctual*“region” where all its points have zero distance? Maybe like a 4D geometry?!

Anyway, moving on. As said I’m not a mathematician, then I have to trust in some geometric abstraction in my mind which is still difficult to figure to say the least. But let’s remember, “metric tensor” also relates to, or maybe even defines, the

**geometry of densities.**

Finally closing these notes. For this world some constants are the 3 dimensionality, …, and what delimits its surface. But big question: apparently the universe is infinite, even so can we think of the geometry of the boundaries of the 3rd density? Perhaps a sphere? Hmm, maybe not. Whatever it is, —and around this the C’s have mentioned several “side-gons”— it seems to define our 3D universe as ruled by the so called “metric tensor”. And that’s it. I mean that the

*3 dimensionality entwined with other constants is “a*as indicated by the C’s:

**geometry of thought**”Just some thoughts.August 11th 2018 Session

Q: (L)........What is the foundational impetus for... What is the motive force, the push - I mean, we have an idea that there's consciousness involved and all these kinds of things, but it looks like consciousness itself developed and evolved along with matter - so, what is the impetus - the push - that crossed the barrier from aworld of just pure informationthat was shaping and directingmatter into life-bearing containers? What was the impetus?

A:Gravity.

Q: (L) So gravity is thebridge between information and matter?

A:Yes

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(Pierre) Gravity and information... Somatteris...

A:Unstable gravity waves, electromagnetism/light.

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A:Gravity is all information.

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(Ark) …..One thing is to talk about gravity, and another thing is to do something about gravity. Apparently,geometryis important somehow for understanding gravity. We know ourspace is 3 dimensional.Well, why? Well, probably there is some reason. And then we know there are other dimensions. How many, we don't know...

A:Necessaryforexpression of thoughtin sequence.

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(L) Apparently, in order for it to be in sequence, maybe thoughts are something more than 2-dimensional things?

A: Yes

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A:Geometry of thoughtrequires it.