I downloaded your Mathematica program, and used it to create a 3D model of the Gossett polytope 4 21. (E8 roots projected from 8D to 3D). Unfortunately, the data points do not seem to be correct: there are distortions. I can email you an stl file and a screen shot showing the issue. Could you please contact me at rick-russell@sbcglobal.net?

You can see the model here in 3D: https://www.shapeways.com/product/JSSA7YHWJ/e8-root-system-polytope

Thanks, Rick R ]]>

I downloaded your Mathematica program, and used it to create a 3D model of the Gossett polytope 4 21. (E8 roots projected from 8D to 3D). Unfortunately, the data points do not seem to be correct: there are distortions. I can email you an stl file and a screen shot showing the issue. Could you please contact me at rick-russell@sbcglobal.net?

You can see the model here in 3D: https://www.shapeways.com/product/JSSA7YHWJ/e8-root-system-polytope

Thanks, Rick R ]]>

You can see the model here in 3D: https://www.shapeways.com/product/JSSA7YHWJ/e8-root-system-polytope

Thanks, Rick R ]]>

CW

]]>This research in QM, specifically the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen (EPR) Bell Inequality experiments, have to do with the physics of the Universe (defined by the columns).

Theologically, partial omnipotence is referenced in box 4 with God being willing to allow man to make choices, thus deferring omnipotence (which is, as I understand your point, at the heart it… is deferring power to choose allowed within the definition of being omnipotent?). Interestingly, this may not require any deference of omniscience though.

The idea is actually specifically addressed in New Testament Christian theology.

It is definitely an interesting process to try and take scientific implications and infer or deduce theological constraints.

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