the center point of a descending cascade of circles is the origin
at the infinitesimal
as it descends from the infinite -- which is "the one"
The origin of the loop is the connecting point
between "the infinite" -- which is the outer circle -- and the center point -- which is the infinitesimal
at the outer boundary -- the outer edge
of the interval loop structure
as it connects to or bonds with the infinite -- at the "seam" where the mobius strip is connected into a loop
the common center, the starting point
the puter boundary and the center are isomorphically mapped
show to a bijection - one-to-one mapping betwee the points on the cener and the bpoibnts on the outer boundary???
the inner edge of the outer boudary is one unit and continuouys unbroken one unit
and so is the outer edge of the center point