423.00 60-Degree Coordination |
(Footnote 3: For a related concept see Secs. 1009.50, Acceleration, and 1009.60, Hammerthrower.) |
424.00 Transformation by Complementary Symmetry |
424.02 Thus we see both the rational energy quantum of physics and the topological tetrahedron of the isotropic vector matrix rationally accouming all physical and metaphysical systems and their transforrnative transactins. (See Sec. 620.12.) |
425.00 Potentiality of Vector Equilibrium |
425.01 Where all the frequency modulations of the local vectors are approximately equal, we have a potentially local vector equilibrium, but the operative vector frequency complexity has the inherent qualities of accommodating both proximity and remoteness in respect to any locally initiated actions, ergo, a complex of relative frequencies and velocities of realization lags are accommodated (Corollary at Sec. 240.37). |
426.00 Spherics |
426.03 In time-vectorable Universe, the maximal range of radiant-regenerative reachability in time is determined by the omnidirectional velocity of all radiation: c^{2}, i.e., (186,000)^{2}.^{4} |
(Footnote 4: Within a week after this paragraph was drafted The New York Times of 22 November 1972 reported that the National Bureau of Standards laboratories at Boulder, Colorado, had determined the speed of light as "186,282.3960 miles per second with an estimated error margin no greater than 3.6 feet a second... Multiplying wavelength by frequency gives the speed of light.") |
Fig. 426.04 |
426.04 Spherics: Employing the rhombic dodecahedron as the hub at the vector crossings of the octet truss (the isotropic vector matrix) provides unique economic, technical, and geometric advantages: its 12 facets represent the six pairs of planes perpendicular to the six degrees of freedom. (See Sec. 537.10.) Its 12 diamond faces also provide the even-numbered means of allowing the vectors to skew-weave around the nucleus at critical-proximity distances without touching the nucleus or one another. Because two or more lines cannot go through the same point at the same time, this function of the rhombic dodecahedron's hub makes all the difference between regenerative success or failure of Universe. (See Figs. 955.52 and 426.04.) |
426.32 A spheric has 144 A and B modules, and there are 24 A Quanta Modules (see Sec. 920 and 940) in the tetrahedron, which equals l/6th of a spheric. Each of the tetrahedron's 24 modules contains 1/144th of a sphere, plus 1/l44th of the nonsphere space unique to the individual domain of the specific sphere of which it is a l/144th part, and whose spheric center is congruent with the most acute-angle vertex of each and all of the A and B Quanta Modules. The four corners of the tetrahedron are centers of four embryonic (potential) spheres. |
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