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Kaleidoscope

Unexpectedly and somehow contrary to my fresh posting about my plans for 2019, during the week of Jan 7-12, 2019 a new project appeared, which is temporary named Kaleidoscope. [Other names, until now: kaleidos, morphoo. Other suggestions?]

This post marks the appearance of the project in my log. I lost some time for a temporary graphical label of it:

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I have the opinion that new, very promising projects need a name and a label, as much as an action movie superhero needs a punchline and a mask.

So what is the kaleidoscope? It is as much about mechanical computers (or physically embedded computation) as it is about graph rewrite systems and about space in the sense of emergent algebras and about probabilities. It is a physics theory, a computation model and a geometry in the same time.

What can I wish more, research wise?

Yes, so it deserves to be tried and verified in all details and this takes some time. I do hope that it will survive to my bugs hunt so that I can show it and submit it to your validation efforts.