986.420 Min-max Limit Hierarchy of Pre-time-size Allspace-fillers |
Fig. 986.421 |
986.421 Of all the allspace-filling module components, the simplest are the three- quanta-module Mites, consisting of two A Quanta Modules (one A positive and one A negative) and of one B Quanta Module (which may be either positive or negative). Thus a Mite can be positive or negative, depending on the sign of its B Quanta Module. The Mites are not only themselves tetrahedra (the minimum-sided polyhedra), but they are also the simplest minimum-limit case of allspace-filling polyhedra of Universe, since they consist of two energy-conserving A Quanta Modules and one equivolume energy- dispersing B Quanta Module. The energy conservation of the A Quanta Module is provided geometrically by its tetrahedral form: four different right-triangled facets being all foldable from one unique flat-out whole triangle (Fig. 913.01), which triangle's boundary edges have reflective properties that bounce around internally to those triangles to produce similar smaller triangles: Ergo, the A Quanta Module acts as a local energy holder. The B Quanta Module is not foldable out of one whole triangle, and energies bouncing around within it tend to escape. The B Quanta Module acts as a local energy dispenser. (See Fig. 986.421.) |
MITE |
986.422 Mite: The simplest allspace-filler is the Mite (see Secs. 953 and 986.418). The positive Mite consists of 1 A + mod, 1 A - mod, and B + mod; the negative Mite consists of 1 A + mod, 1A - mod, and B-mod. Sum-total number of modules...3. |
986.426 Syte: The next simplest allspace-filler is the Syte. (See Sec. 953.40.) Each Syte consists of one of only three alternate ways of face-bonding two Mites to form an allspace-filling polyhedron, consisting of 2 A + mods, 2 A - mods, 1 B + mod, and 1 B - mod. Sum-total number of modules...6 |
Fig. 986.427 |
986.427
Two of the three alternate ways of combining two Mites
produce tetrahedral
Sytes of one kind:
BITE (See color plate 17), RITE (See color plate 19) while the third alternate method of combining will produce a hexahedral Syte. LITE (See color plate 18) |
Fig. 986.429 |
986.429 Two Sytes combine to produce two Kites as KATE (See color plate 20) KAT (See color plate 21) |
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