Ludologically, twistor space is a complex configuration space f solutions to the [twistor]] formula [f(u,u)=0]. Because a fibor is encoded to close its string the exact same way every time (ascertained from the uniqueness property), there must exist an acoustic bound in place enforcing these conformations; without such a field, the fibor would misfold (i.e., not properly fold into its correct final structure/be unfit).


Note (+): We assume that each twistor field is unique to some fibor. Essentially, this is a mapped spinor. The 'spin' (an object's spinning metric signature) here is identifiable with the quantum fields of arbitrary spin (physics).

Twistor space time complexity is curvilinear.

See also

Analogue: twistor space

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