the infinite in finite

Origami is a means of discovering woven abstracted mathematics, which divide a square into finite polygonal arrangements that make it easy to represent mathematical theorem.

This theorem is not represented in the final product but the composition composed of creases created and undone. These step by step procedures or algorithms play a crucial role in optimizing design in consideration of the economics of constraints which allows clarifying insight to the mosaic of mathematical mirrors. Within the hyperbolic paraboloid, these mirrors reflect the pathological entirety of the infinite within finite modules and it appears as a fractal, that is the finite portion appears complete and yet can be combined to create the infinite. This is also called "minimal surface" or "Gaussian Curvature" where at any amount of distortion, that is at any and every point down to the minimalist point or degree, is an unbounded resemblance of the entirety that may support itself.

MUH is the mathematical universe hypothesis that says all structures that exist mathematically also exist physically and furthermore in those worlds with self aware substructures they will thus consider themselves in a "real" world and different worlds with different initial conditions or potential equations are equally as "real" which enters the perceptual perplexities of platonic realism in regarding only the revelation of smaller parts of the fabric totality. What we see is only but an illusion, a three dimensional shadow of the continuous. Time for example can only be measured down to a plank where it thus becomes unobserved, undetermined, quantum chance. This mathematically perceived universe of MUH is a multiverse created of structure in which there are no "things" but only that which exists in structural relationships, a similar concept to the mathematical algorithm of "chaos theory" or the Buddhist conceptualization of "MU" or emptiness.

"Hyperseeing" is taking the consideration of the 2d by stepping back into the 3d and by stepping back from the 3d into 4d to encompass multiple views from a single view point, which allows for a more instantaneuous, and intuitive apprehension of the natural relationships to the fragments of perceivable realities. This elusive notion of visual stimuli retention offers insight to the enigmas and perplexities of perception.