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World Egg - It turns out that it's not a myth

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https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_egg

The world egg, cosmic egg or mundane egg is a mythological motif found in the cosmogonies of many cultures that descends from the proto-Indo-European culture[1]and other cultures and civilizations. Typically, the world egg is a beginning of some sort, and the universe or some primordial being comes into existence by "hatching" from the egg, sometimes lain on the primordial waters of the Earth.[2][3]

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If you have something to discuss, you need to present it here, not just link to a video

 

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OK. Thank you for your support. 

This output is easier to understand on video. 

It depicts the Mathematical Relationship to Unit. In two directions. Parts and quantities

 

The following figure shows the filled space 

 

The last one shows the formula of the root of two as the height of the egg.

 

Dear moderator, understanding without video, minimal. 

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World Egg - It turns out that it's not a myth

Does not seem to be supported by the linked wikipedia article https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_egg. The article lists various mythologies:

Vedic mythology
Zoroastrianism mythology
Greek mythologyEgyptian mythology
Phoenician mythology
Chinese mythology
Finnish mythology
Polynesian mythology
Dogon mythology

Ant then briefly states something connected to cosmology. According to the article the term "cosmic egg" seems to have fallen out of favour, superseded by other models or terminology. (bold by me)  

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The concept was resurrected by modern science in the 1930s and explored by theoreticians during the following two decades. The idea comes from a perceived need to reconcile Edwin Hubble's observation of an expanding universe (which was also predicted from Einstein's equations of general relativity by Alexander Friedmann) with the notion that the universe must be eternally old. Current cosmological models maintain that 13.8 billion years ago, the entire mass of the universe was compressed into a gravitational singularity, the so-called cosmic egg, from which it expanded to its current state (following the Big Bang).

Same source as OP: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_egg

Question: How is this mythological concept of a "cosmic egg" tied to the mainstream science of today?  

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2 hours ago, Ser said:

This output is easier to understand on video. 

It depicts the Mathematical Relationship to Unit. In two directions. Parts and quantities

 

The following figure shows the filled space 

 

The last one shows the formula of the root of two as the height of the egg.

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Moved to Speculations.

This is a science forum. You need to provide evidence or mathematics to support your ideas.

Unsupported assertions with a few meaningless diagrams are not sufficient.

If you do not provide either a testable (ie. mathematical) theory or some evidence in the next post, this thread will be closed.

 

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1. A unit is a circle radius. 1 = r 

2. Mathematical Ratio to unit is possible in three variants. 1option 1=1,   2option part   1/2, 1/3, 1/4..., 3option How many times the one 2, 3, 4...        Just like that :  0  < 1> ∞  

3. Geometrically depicted as shown in the drawings

4. Anything you can think of can be taken as one. It's a Mathematical Unit. 1

5. A unit is a circle radius. 1 = r 

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... 

...

If there are any difficulties in understanding, I'll try again.

Dear moderator, please return everything back. The rest will be more interesting.

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2 hours ago, Ser said:

2. Mathematical Ratio to unit is possible in three variants. 1option 1=1,   2option part   1/2, 1/3, 1/4..., 3option How many times the one 2, 3, 4...        Just like that :  0  < 1> 

According to you, the ratio 1:X where X is irrational is not a ratio? Your three options seem to allow only for rational numbers.

 

2 hours ago, Ser said:

If there are any difficulties in understanding, I'll try again.

Please do so. I see no connection between the steps 1-5 and the wikipedia article.

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1 hour ago, Ghideon said:

Ваши три варианта, кажется, учитывают только рациональные числа.

Irrational numbers, too. And the root of the two is a transition. You can see in the picture. 

 

1 hour ago, Ghideon said:

Я не вижу связи между шагами 1-5 и статьей Википедии

Wikipedia provides a generalized example. The main thing is the Egg. Different myths tell the big picture. What they knew, much more than we know. We were just getting to the Egg of Peace (World) study.

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Why are the quotes not in english?

 

14 hours ago, Ser said:

Wikipedia provides a generalized example.

Yes, but you provided that reference. Maybe you need to provide additional references or explanations?

 

14 hours ago, Ser said:

The main thing is the Egg. Different myths tell the big picture. What they knew, much more than we know. We were just getting to the Egg of Peace (World) study.

Sorry, but the above explanation did not clarify what you want to discuss. 

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19 hours ago, Ser said:

1. A unit is a circle radius. 1 = r 

2. Mathematical Ratio to unit is possible in three variants. 1option 1=1,   2option part   1/2, 1/3, 1/4..., 3option How many times the one 2, 3, 4...        Just like that :  0  < 1> ∞  

3. Geometrically depicted as shown in the drawings

4. Anything you can think of can be taken as one. It's a Mathematical Unit. 1

5. A unit is a circle radius. 1 = r 

... 

... 

...

If there are any difficulties in understanding, I'll try again.

Dear moderator, please return everything back. The rest will be more interesting.

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I can't see any connection between these vague mathematical statements and mythology. 

Thread closed. Do not start another thread on this subject.

 

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