Degrees are fractal circles, a curved line progresses to the original point at 1/360 of the circumferance. The line changes in it progression by the length of one degree in its rotation as 360 circles within circles. The degree exists as 1/360 of a line when the circumference of a 360 agon is straighten into a line.

The progression of a line, in a spiral, results in the line changing direction of 360 degrees for each segment of the spiral when aligned from it's original point. The spiral is thus a rotation within a rotation as recursive fractals of a circle. The spiral is recursion.

All recursion is isomorphic dualisms in nature:

1. It is a progression away from the variable as "multiple variables":

A-->(A-->A)-->(A-->A-->A)

2. It requires a change of direction of the variable into a new "variable type":

A-->B-->C

It is the isomorphism of isomorphism that sets the foundation of recursion. Isomorphism being the inversion of one state into a seperate symmetrical state, then into another symmetrical state again. Isomorphism is the inversion of one form into another through formlessness.

## Spiral is Recursion of Isomorphisms Resulting in Variables and Forms

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### Re: Spiral is Recursion of Isomorphisms Resulting in Variables and Forms

You do not that degrees do not exist and are only the invention of the human mind as a way of applying mathematics to certain geometric figures. A circle could just as well be 100 degrees 36000 degrees. I you really understand fractals, you know there cannot be a fractal circle.

Your description is odd, but generally what you are describing is called a sine wave.Eodnhoj7 wrote: ↑Tue Jan 14, 2020 3:04 amThe progression of a line, in a spiral, results in the line changing direction of 360 degrees for each segment of the spiral when aligned from it's original point. The spiral is thus a rotation within a rotation as recursive fractals of a circle. The spiral is recursion.

### Re: Spiral is Recursion of Isomorphisms Resulting in Variables and Forms

RCSaunders wrote: ↑Thu Jan 16, 2020 9:27 pmYou do not that degrees do not exist and are only the invention of the human mind as a way of applying mathematics to certain geometric figures. A circle could just as well be 100 degrees 36000 degrees. I you really understand fractals, you know there cannot be a fractal circle.

False a circle of 1/2 the circumference of the original followed by 1/3 to 1/4 etc. is a series of fractals.

Your description is odd, but generally what you are describing is called a sine wave.Eodnhoj7 wrote: ↑Tue Jan 14, 2020 3:04 amThe progression of a line, in a spiral, results in the line changing direction of 360 degrees for each segment of the spiral when aligned from it's original point. The spiral is thus a rotation within a rotation as recursive fractals of a circle. The spiral is recursion.

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