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Not Theory

Authors: Bheemaiah, Anil Kumar

Abstract: Not theory is a derivation from standard Knot Theory, inspired by Knots and topological spaces in the E8 theory of Unification. In Not Theory, we consider an E8 based fiber theory of nature, extending it to a simulated universe as strands. Not theory is about the mathematics of the application of ‘nots’ to strands. In this paper, we consider a closure proof, and proof of completeness to not applications on arbitrary not as applicable to a particle and quasi-particle model. What: Axioms: A strand is a fundamental resonance of nature starting in one singularity and ending in another. These two singularities are in E8 space-time, with many operators acting on them. Axiom: Any quasi-particle or particle can be described as an aspect of a strand, a resonance in space-time. Theorem 1: Closure: Operation of a not on a strand leads to a resonance in energy time of space and momentum which is also a strand. Theorem 2: Completeness: All particle and quasi-particle interactions can be represented as strands.

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