1. Fred Smith says:

Instead of a monad being defined by a single unit euler circle.. The monad actually contains an infinite number of concentric euler circles! Each with a different diameter/size. And from each individual euler circle, flow one eternally long sine wave, and one eternally long cosine wave.

Now i liked your explanation about each individual monad contributing an infinitesimally part to the creation in the universe. The universe is indeed made up of an infinity of low frequency BASIS sinusoids. (So one cosine and one sine wave of each individual monad)

Now i’m only assuming that they want to contribute the smallest amount of part. So the lowest frequency sine and cosine wave a single monads contain.. now what would that be? It’s simple. A monad actually possesses a MYRIAD of euler circles. (Not litterally infinite) since we live in a cyclical universe. And, since we know that all flowing points in existence move at exactly the same speed! (The principle of sufficient reason mandates it afterall, since there is no sufficient reason for some flowing points to move faster than others) this means that the lowest frequency sinusoidal waves, should belong to the largest possible euler circle of the monad. (The outer circle) circle with the biggest diameter etc. Since all flowing points move at exactly the same speed. And Frequency means cycles per second, a little deducing and logic would tell you that the bigger the diameter of the circle, the more distance the flowing point needs to cross to come full cycle. (360 degrees rotation) since it has to take so much time.

So my theory would be:
That at the beginning of the creation of the material world,

Each individual monad released one cosine wave, matched with an orthogonal sine wave from it’s most outer euler circle.

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1. Brad Gumm says:

Thank you for reading and thank you for the excellent comment Fred!

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