David Beale 2014
A pair of concentric spherical exclusion-force fields are in the same place in 3D space.
They can go away into other dimensions, during which times they get smaller in 3D space — the same way as the sizes and effects of things get smaller as they move away in 3D space.
When these golden spheres are in other dimensions, they can individually go anywhere and be part of different patterns.
These simple concentric spheres are complex >3D fractals. They have characteristics that are independent of any 3D space. Their parts can alter their timing to kick far larger systems into other dimensions by pushing them (into other dimensions) while they are crossing zero — there the bigger things are still present but too small to resist.
*Patterns (events) in space are made by smaller things
These spheres have sine-cosine timing; so, as a team, they support each
The smaller golden ball is shown as opaque just for contrast.
The spheres in this pair are equal in maximum size when acting concentrically in
a 3D pattern;
Analogies and images here illustrate boundaries as if spherical. *Other patterns have complex boundaries.
The graph shows Hydrogen H1. Hydrogen's two main harmonics are
90° out of phase
An isolated pair has times in each cycle when both are absent from the same 3D space. To hold their places, in any set of dimensions, they may increase their rate of oscillation to seem to be always present; and they may combine with other patterns to form particles, elements, molecules, crystals, field and energy events.
"Almost identical" refers to everything in
Creation having individuality.
Pieces of the exclusion-force field, in
patterns, form complexities
Sinusoidal waves can have any phase and size relationships.
Matter, shapes and energy, movement and fields
Individuality is defined by the harmonics
Atoms and molecules, crystals and...
Complex Addition of Harmonic Motions and the Phenomenon of Beats from the Wolfram Demonstrations Project by Frederick Wu
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The circle-to-sinewave image shows degrees incrementing anti-clockwise. The arrow represents the circle's perimeter rolling along the thick straight-line's length (3.14159... pi).
Two pairs of concentric force-fields are 180° out of phase in their
sinusoidal oscillations between three-dimensional space and the universe's
relevant dimensions beyond 3D space.
Their unique timing and consequent strength and stability cause this structure, a Hydrogen molecule H2 and H1 to be the main components of elements.
Both pairs are sine-cosine related (90°) to support each other (see above). By being complementary their places in larger patterns are held strongly.
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A simplified fractal showing seven equal tangential circles
inside a circular boundary.
The surrounding circle is repeated by tangential circles in the 3-arc spaces between; asymptotic to zero size, to infinitely small.
The image helps imagine spherical force-fields expanding-contracting as a team to maintain a complex pattern, a body, in 3D space.
Their parts may not be equal in size, in 3D, even if they have the same amount of exclusion force when all their time bits in all dimensions are summed.
Some of the components, as simple spheres, can be tiny, in 3D, whereas
multi-dimensionally they may be gigantic and very complex.
They share space as parts of compatible patterns because all have enough details, of Creation, enough above infinitely small for these details to result in their compatibility having them excluded into the same sets of dimensions.
Below are three other examples of images representing the same ideas. The image on
the left would have a 2D silhouette representing some spheres in a somewhat
The image on the right, below, is a gimbal pair of the same gold wires melted together tangentially, as two parts of an array of force-fields forming a sphere.
This molecule has fourteen main components, shown as colored spheres.
The pattern has areas, especially the gap at the core, available for sharing with other things in space.
The less dense end particles balance; so the pattern may be stationary. The areas of low density facilitate combinations with other molecules and energy.
Areas of higher and lower density "attract" complementary systems by being mutually pushed together, by external forces, to balance pressure differences.
The two end (translucent) spheres stand out and are vulnerable, but they are
so they don't cause movement unless pushed towards or separated from events closer to them than those more central.
The molecule is balanced — symmetrical. To move relative to other events
in space, they need complementary areas of pressure variations.
For another way to move: one or more of a patterns' components may change presence directionally, asymmetrically.
When a pattern's exclusion forces are imbalanced, then the more-dense side, having more exclusion forces acting on it, is pushed more by external forces.
Relative movement is caused by balances between two or more specific items
interacting to balance their exclusion-force differences.
Movement tendencies, when caused by specific relationships, exhibit as magnetic and static attraction and repulsion.
Movement in space can be caused by changing the timing and by adding or
subtracting parts of patterns, to imbalance the patterns.
Heat, for example, adds or subtracts harmonics and whole patterns from collections of events in space.
Intrusion into another pattern's space causes a transfer of imbalances until external exclusion-forces act on the new asymmetry until the body changes its inertia.
A set of events can move without inertia by changing the timing of some
so their exclusion forces may be balanced in all dimensions but asymmetrical in the main three.
Movement changes, that happen without inertia, make no changes to the sum of the
constituents of moving patterns.
Explosive changes involve inertia based on changes to the numbers and sizes of components of the moving patterns.
Traditional physics regards all movement as inertial — related to adding or losing components of patterns.
Movement without inertia happens by changing the positions of patterns for their
components to follow them.
It's done by exchanging patterns with patterns in other places.
Movement by swapping places in space can happen instantly or,
like light, such movement may happen in steps. Each step works as a staging destination where the traveller resides
for a time according to the local clocks of patterns in between the end destinations.
Complementary density relationships, which induce events to move directionally
towards or away from each other, cause magnetic and static field effects.
Electrical energy flow is by particles' excess/absence forces transferring in jumps between patterns close enough to travel through;
Electrical energy results in movement caused by asymmetries from particles stopping flowing instead residing in their host patterns.
The molecule illustrated above has high central vulnerability multi-dimensionally. The centre area is exposed in three and other coordinates (dimensions).
In the below analogy, the molecule has 3D availability, for combination, in spaces between its spheres (but less external vulnerability centrally).
It also has symmetrical partially-present end pieces that are less present, in 3D, than the other pieces of field.
The two end spheres are available for combination with compatible regions of other molecules.
If the "vulnerable" exclusion strength gaps are increased or reduced asymmetrically,
then exclusion from other dimensions results in movement tendencies.
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