String Solutions Search

The previous post outlines how twist solutions have to occur. In order for a twist solution to be stable, I discovered that width has to be preserved (this is logical since width of the twist is directly proportionate to energy) and that the twist has to move at speed c. This means that complex 3D structures can’t exist–only strings of twists. These apparently can be modelled by 1/r^3 – 1/r^2 solutions–I have two valid solutions, one of which is degenerate, so I’m going to hypothesize that there are more. I’m doing a deep dive to find out.



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