!!!SUMMONING ALL BRUTE BRILLIANT MUSCLE!!!
Ok so... Got myself into a hole.
In my AP Bio lab, got into an argument with my lab partner. Made a 5$ bet that by tomorrow I'll model the brain function of a fruit fly (Drosophila_melanogaster) that will explain the vector motion of the fruit fly through space.
Here's what I've come up with:
Gonna use a bunch of equations describing motion and four fundamental forces and spacetime to be as general as possible. Also gonna throw in some totally random equations about brain and neurons from random articles. Gonna add a brief description (help me on that) to explain the relevance of each equation. [actually what we currently have makes some very good sense. Didn't expect that.]
Combining, we get:
First, let us define the fundamental relations of space-time-energy composition of the fruity fly and its physical interactions with external matter:-No process may be defined with a certain precision about all of its parameters (i.e. position and momentum).
-Gravitational force interactions (need something better than this)
-Nuclear energy interactions
-Fundamental behavior of physical systems with respect to time
Motion due to external forces
-Vector motion properties through 3D space and 1D time
Definition of time via observation
Now to the brain:
Neuron computation function
Fruit fly's multilayer perception of information in 3D space, including input, hidden and output layer.
From this article, will copy all equations and some doodles from pages 13, 16 and 17. Am going to explain as: The set of relations describing dynamic models of temporal basis functions of neural brain regions. I scribbled some terms together from page 13 below Dynamic Modeling.
Diffusion process in complex space, describing wave mechanics of the fly's molecular structures.
I dunno what to say about this
Majorana-Weyl spinors accounting for the influence of solar neutrinos on the brain function of a fruit fly during its flight through 4D spacetime.
Mathematical decomposition of spinor rotators into counter-symmetric parts in an even dimensional space, and their representation of the spin tensor product in terms of the alternating representations of the orthogonal group for 4D Space-Time-Energy interactions.
Fruit fly temperature comfort boundary in 3 dimensional vector space, where \(T_1=12°C\), \(T_2=29°C\)
Alright I kinda gotta run now lol but TELL ME HOW IM DOING SO FAR!!!
John Muradeli (complex jargon and forgery coordinator)
Michael Mendrin (Mr. Mathopedia)
Daniel Liu (confused bystander)
Josh Silverman (party pooper)
You (if you add something) (appropriate nick)