1054.74 Synergetics is an integration of the frequency of Gibbs with the timelessness of Euler. In Table 223.64, Columns 7, 8, and 9 represent the metaphysical timelessness of Euler; Columns 13, 14, and 15 represent the physicalintime of Gibbs, the thermal, acoustical, sensorial characteristics that are expressible only as frequency. 
1055.00 Twentyfoldness of Amino Acid System Indestructibility 
1055.04 Magic Number Twentyness: Then there is the Magic Number twentyness in the relative cosmic abundances of all the atomicelement isotopes, which Magic Numbers we have now identified with mathematical exactitude as constituting a hierarchy of symmetrical, geometrical patterns occurring in mathematical sequence and manifest in the icosahedrontetrahedron shellfrequency symmetry relationships (see Illus. 995.02). 
1055.07 Twentyness of Maximum Limit Nonnuclear Tetrahedron: There is another twentyness that seems highly relevant, and that is the twentyness of spherical atoms composing the largest singleshell tetrahedron that can be closestpackingly assembled without a nucleus of its own, which 20sphered (atomed) tetrahedron has the new potential nucleus to be "crowned" when further layers are added; this tetrahedron of 20 occupies each of the eight triangular face regions of the outermost shell of the highest frequency vector equilibrium which is inherently nuclear^{__}that is, it contains only one interior closestpacked sphere. This is its exact volumetric center (see Sec. 414). 
1056.00 Hierarchy of Generalizations 
1056.03 That there is an a priori unknown is proven by the ever unscheduled, unexpected succession of revelations of additional, theretofore unknown, unconceivedof, generalized principles all of which are discovered and experientially reverifiable as implicit in Universe. It is also retrospectively manifest that this progressively amplifying knowledge, discovered by intuition and mind as constituting eternally operative cosmic relationships, was revealed only because of intuitively pursued, frequent reconsiderations of information complexes redrawn from the everrecallable specialcase experience inventory stored in the humans' brain neuron bank. All that is known emanated exclusively from the previously unknown. (See Sec. 529.21.) 
1056.10 Cosmic Hierarchy of Comprehensively Embracing Generalizations 
1056.11
= Integrity:
The cosmic intellectual integrity manifest by Universe. The orderly interaccommodation of all the generalized principles constitutes a design. Design as a concept of ordered relationships is apprehendable and comprehendable exclusively by intellect. As the human mind progressively draws aside the curtain of unknownness the great design laws of eternally regenerative Universe are disclosed to human intellect. (See Sec. 1056.20, line 38.) 
1056.12
= Synergy:
The behavior of whole systems unpredicted by behaviors or characteristics of any of the system's parts when assessed separately from the other parts of the system. (See Sec. 1056.20 line 37.) 
1056.13 N = Nature: The totality of both all that is known, U (Universe), and all that is unknown, O. N is the integral of all the integrities always manifest in the progressively discovered generalized eternal principles. (See Sec. 1056.20, line 36.) 
1056.14 O = All the Unknown: The a priori mystery experientially and operationally manifest as a cosmic source by the scientific record of all the known, which has always been unpredictedly and successively harvested exclusively from the a priori unknown, which nonsimultaneous succession of discoveries thereby discloses that no discovery has as yet exhausted the a priori mysterious exclusive source of all the scientific knowledge^{__}all of which discoveries are always experimentally reverifiable to be forever a priori existent and waiting to be reverified as being eternally coexistent with all the other principles. (See Sec. 1056.20, line 35.) 
1056.20
Cosmic Hierarchy of Comprehensively Embracing and Permeating
GeneralizationsofGeneralization = gg^{n}

1060.00 Omnisensorial Accommodation
1061.10 Tree Structure 
1061.20 Conic Geometry of Trees 
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