No idea if this makes any sense. It’s an experiment in feeling deep knowledge.

I just came across the Calabi-Yau principle while I read up on Cosmogeny. “**Cosmogony** (or **cosmogeny**) is any model concerning the coming-into-existence (i.e. origin) of either the cosmos (i.e. universe), or the so-called reality of sentient beings.^{[1]” }The Wiki article refers to Calabi-Yau manifolds and string theory. Click.

“A **Calabi–Yau manifold**, also known as a **Calabi–Yau space**, is a special type of manifold that is described in certain branches of mathematics such as algebraic geometry. The Calabi–Yau manifold’s properties, such as Ricci flatness, also yield applications in theoretical physics. Particularly in superstring theory, the extra dimensions of spacetime are sometimes conjectured to take the form of a 6-dimensional Calabi–Yau manifold, which led to the idea of mirror symmetry.”

Don’t understand a thing, but feel that it’s a further development of topology, which can be thought as cultural topology. If the cosmos is a Calabi-Yau formation, then our ecosystems would be, too.

Its characteristics of holonomy and elliptical curves reminded me of what I had sent my PhD supervisors once. At the time, I was deeply immersed in a chapter about exploitation and violently (foolishly) rejected the notion of power. This is what I sent them:

Oh… that was a rather long spontaneous thought.

Oh and what about magnetism, like every endpoint of a pendulum swing is magnetic, that’s the attraction! And it’s activated by attention…ahm maybe not always, but ok, I don’t have to make this work. … I’M FEELING MAD TODAY!

And somewhere there’s Foucault in there. Ok, it’s all about power.”

I have no idea where I’m going with this. Yet. But it’s going to reveal itself to me some day.