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I believe that physics is both local and non-local. Rather than a property inherent to physics, I believe this is a property of the environment. Stated accurately, I believe that our universe utilizes both localized and geometric expressions of physical phenomena.

These beliefs are presented for the sake of completion, they are not required to test my hypothesis. The specific math present in the universe involves "zeroes collection" at the edge of discrete phenomena, which are used to paint higher order laws such as conservation of mass and energy. We can explore the full implications of this model later, for now there is an alluring hypothesis we should probably focus on.

According to my models, natural phenomena have a dissipation rate (due to the unstructured environment) in the mathematics of vibration that are purely virtual and offer no constraints to intentional resonance. Should this prove correct, it may be possible to construct an environment where the resulting waveforms produce an overunity in specific bands. The hypothesis I'd like to propose could provide us not with free energy, but a controlled, periodic surplus of measured energy ordered in a form we'll have to devise (since it otherwise wouldn't have occurred naturally). I'm certain that the math can produce overunity, but I don't have sufficient basis to predict how this would affect a given environment. I'm also not certain if the overplus could perform useful work in a system, but figured that we can at the very least discuss it.

We should be able to construct a fairly trivial hypothesis for this.

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