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https://arxiv.org/pdf/2003.01890.pdf

>One could think of anabelomorphy in the following picturesque way: One has two parallel universes (in the sense of physics) of geometry/arithmetic over [math]p[/math]-adic fields [math]K[/math] and [math]L[/math] respectively. If [math]K[/math], [math]L[/math] are anabelomorphic (i.e.[math]K\leftrightsquigarrow L[/math]) then there is a worm-hole or a conduit through which one can funnel arithmetic/geometric information in the [math]K[/math]-universe to the [math]L[/math]-universe through the choice of an isomorphism of Galois groups [math]G_K\cong G_L[/math], which serves as a wormhole. Information is transfered by means of amphoric quantities, properties and alg. structures. The [math]K[/math] and [math]L[/math] universes themselves follow different laws (of algebra) as addition has different meaning in the two anabelomorphic fields [math]K[/math], [math]L[/math] (in general). As one might expect, some information appears unscathed on the other side, while some is altered by its passage through the wormhole. Readers will find ample evidence of this information funneling throughout this paper (and also in [Moc12e, Moc13, Moc15] and [Moc12a, Moc12b, Moc12c, Moc12d] which lay the foundations to it).