986.600 SurfaceVolume Ratios in the Atomic Theater 
986.610 Considerations, Recalls, and Discoveries 
986.620 Demass Breakpoint Model of Macrotudemicrotude Difference Between Matter and Radiation 
986.623 Using machine tools machinists can "dress" their products to tolerances as fine as 0.0001 inch. 
986.630 Interkinetic Limits 
986.632 Take any bendable substance and bend it. As you do so, the outer part of the bend stretches and the inner part compresses. Tension always has the greater radiusergo, leverage advantage^{__}ergo, gravity is always comprehensive of radiation (Compare Sec. 1051.50) 
986.635 In respect to total surface areas of asymmetrical tetrahedra of unit (i.e., identical volume) enclosure, it is experimentally demonstrable that the greater the difference between the most acute angle and the most obtuse of its 12 surface angles, the greater the surfacetovolume ratio will be, and therefore the greater the tensional stressing of its outermost cohering components^{__}ergo, the greater the challenge to the containment of its structuralsystem integrity. (See Sec. 923 and Fig. 923.10.) According to Newton's law the mass interattraction of two separate bodies deteriorates exponentially as the distance apart decreases arithmetically; ergo, the relative interproximity of the atoms within any molecule, and the relative interproximity of the molecules as structurally interarrayed within any and all volumecontainment systems^{__}and the resultant structural integrity coherences of those systems^{__}trend acceleratingly toward their theoretical atom andmoleculeinterattractiveproximity limits. These chemicalstructureintegrity limits are visibly demonstrated to the human eyes by the bursting of bubbles or of children's overfilled balloons or of any other internally overpressured fluidpneumatic, molecular membraned containers when the membrane impinging and ricocheting interkinetic acceleration of an increasingly introduced population of contained gas molecules separates the molecules of the container membrane beyond their criticalproximity limits. These criticalatomicandmolecularproximity limits are mathematically and gravitationally similar to the proximity limits governing the velocity and distance outward from planet Earth's surface at which a rocketlaunched vehicle can maintain its orbit and not fall back into the Earth. 
986.700 Spheric Nature of Electromagnetic Waves 
986.701 Consideration 16: and Realization of Synergetic Significance 
986.702
Since we have learned that nature's secondpowering
is triangling and not
squaring (Sec.
990), and since each square is always
two similar triangles, we must
express Einstein's equation, where E is the product
of M and c^{2}, as:
E = 2 V^{2}

986.710 Recapitulation of Geometryandenergy Recalls 
986.720 Absolute Constancy: Cheese Polyhedra 
986.721
My first observation of the polyhedral hierarchy was
introduced in Sec.
223.64, Table
224.20, and Fig.
400.30. That hierarchy
may be considered as cheese
polyhedra in which there is an experimental redemonstrability
of absolute constancy of
areal, volumetric, topological, and symmetry characteristics,
which constancy is
exclusively unique to triangles and tetrahedra and is
maintained despite any and all
asymmetrical aberrations of those triangles and tetrahedra,
as caused

986.722 In connection with this same cheese tetrahedron recall we remember (1) that we could push in on the face A of the tetrahedron at a given rate of radial contraction of the system, while pulling out face B at a matching rate of radial expansion of the system, which "couple" of local alterations of the system left the tetrahedron unaltered in shape or size throughout the transformation (Sec. 623) and just as it was both before and after the "coupled" transformings took place, the only altered consequence of which was that the tetrahedron's center of volume had migrated; and we remember (2) that we could also push in on the same tetrahedron's face C and pull out on face D at a coupled rate other than the coupled rate of radial expansion and contraction of the AB facecoupling's intercomplementary transformings; by all of which we learn that the tetrahedron can accommodate two disparate rates of change without in any way altering its own size and only altering its centerofvolume positioning in respect to any other system components of the local Universe consideration. (See color plate 26.) 
986.724 Second, I recall^{__}as in Secs. 920.01 and 921.10 and Fig. 923.10 ^{__}that the tetrahedron is the quantum of energy. 
986.725 Third, I recall that the singletunedlength axis of the edgeaxisrotatable tetrahedron's two nonaxis polar vertexes may be deployed to connect up with any two other points in Universe without altering the tetrahedron's unit volume or its tunedaxis length. (See Sec. 961.30.) 
Fig. 986.726 
986.726
Fourth, I recall that the tetrahedron's 24 A Modules
and the latter's B, C, D;
A`, B`, C', D'; A", B", C", D"...(alpha) (see Fig.
986.726,
which is a detail and relabeling of
Fig.
923.10B)
together with the T and E Modules provide
transformative significance of
being the constantunitvolume progression of evermoreasymmetricallytransforming
stages of the constantunitvolume tetrahedra, with
the uniformstage transforming being
provided by five of the six edges of each of the constantvolume
tetrahedra being
covaryingly and everprogressivelydisparately altered^{__}with
the sixth edge alone of each
and all stages of the transformation remaining unaltered
in frequency and wavelength
magnitude. The concurrent

986.727 Fifth, I recall as recounted in Sec. 961.40 that the more elongated the unit volume tetrahedron of only oneedgelengthconstancy (the sixth edge), the less becomes the unitvolume tetrahedron's leastaltitude aspect as related to its other interdimensional aspects, wherefore there is attained a condition wherein the controlling sixth edge's wavelength is greater than half the tetrahedron's leastaltitude aspect^{__}at which condition the tetrahedron spontaneously turns itself insideout, ergo, turns itself out^{__}not out of Universe, but out of tuneinable range. Prior to this spontaneous tuningout range we have a vast range of nowpartiallytunedinandnowtunedout, which altogether propagates finitely packaged, tunedin energy information occurring in packages yet recurring in constant, contained wavelength intervals that introduce what has hitherto been considered to be the paradoxical aspect of electromagnetic phenomena, of which it has been misassumed that as of any one moment we can consider our electromagnetic phenomena as being continuouswave phenomena or as discontinuousparticle phenomena^{__}both simultaneous. We thus learn that no such paradox exists. (Compare Secs. 541.30, 961.4648, 973.30, and 1072.32.) 
986.729 Seventh, we recall that the tetravertex is not only the simplest limit case^{__}i.e., the topologically most economically definable polyvertex system case^{__}but also the simplest sphericsystem experience case. (See Secs. 1024.1025, 1053.4062, 1054.00, 1054.30, and Fig. 1054.40.) 
986.740 Microenergy Transformations of Octet Truss 
986.741 These last nine major recalls (Sec. 986.711) are directly related to the mattertoradiation transitional events that occur as we transit between the T and the E Quanta Modules. First, we note that bubbles are spherics, that bubble envelopes are liquid membranes, and that liquids are bivalent. Bivalent tetrahedral aggregates produce at minimum the octet truss. (See Sec. 986.835 et seq.) The octet truss's doublebonded vertexes also require two layers of closestpacked, unitradius spheres, whose two layers of closestpacked spheres produce an octet truss whose interior intermembranes are planar while both the exterior and interior membranes are domical. 
986.750 Universal Accommodation of Vector Equilibrium Field: Expanding Universe 
986.757 What we observe sumtotally is not a uniformly Expanding Universe, but a uniformlycontractingmagnitude viewpoint of multiplication only by division of the finite but nonunitarilyconceptual, eternally regenerative Scenario Universe. (See Secs. 987.066 and 1052.62.) 
986.760 Next we reexplore and recall our discovery of the initial timesize frequency multiplication by division onlywhich produces the frequency F, F^{2}, F^{3} layers of 12, 42, closestpacked spheres around a nuclear sphere.... And here we have evidencible proof of the persistent adequacy of the VE's local field to accommodate the elegantly simple structural regenerating of the prime chemical elements, with the successive shell populations demonstrating physically the exact protonneutron population accounting of the first minimumlimit case of most symmetrical shell enclosings, which corresponds exactly with the everexperimentallyredemonstrable structural model assemblies shown in Sec. 986.770. 
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