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  1. Things in space are made by areas of mutually-exclusive force-field variations expanding and contracting in more than three dimensions and moving in three and more dimensions.
  2. The force field, when viewed in a specific set of three dimensions, forms the phenomena of every Universe; each as an expanding-contracting star in an infinitely-big sky.
  3. Movement happens as patterns (events, particles, fields and matter) are directionally excluded from surrounding dimensions and/or because they are directionally excluding other patterns in selections of dimensions.
  4. Induced harmony, compatibility with nearby events, allows things in three-dimensional space to get further away from dimensions they are more excluded from. Things in space are pushed, by exclusion, to move on their own, to be further apart, or to come together.
  5. When an object in 3D space goes away in another dimension, in 3D space it shrinks asymptotically to zero presence in that set of three dimensions. Similarly it may expand asymptotically towards being only in a specific set of three dimensions.
  6. All events in space have some presence in all of an infinite number of dimensions. 
  7. The one exclusion force field is the substrate of everything in each specific type of reality; as an infinite number of universes occupying space like stars in a universe. The fractal system is multi-dimensional in two ways: Firstly it allows for one type of exclusion force to occupy an infinite number of dimensions, to variable levels of presence in each. Secondly it allows for an infinite number of types of exclusion-force fields, interacting with variations of mutual exclusivity from infinitely small mutual exclusion to infinitely large (asymptotic to absolute) mutual exclusion.
  8. Individual variations in presence levels each can share specific places, in three or more dimensions, with other variations; for longer than an infinitely-small time; by moving in two types of harmonious sharing of space:–
    (a) The first type of space-sharing is two or more concentric variations to maintain combined pressure level to mutually exclude disharmonious variations.
    (b) The second type of space-sharing is by non-concentric patterns, of two or more areas to move fast enough, alongside each other, for their patterns of movement to maintain equivalents to a uniform spherical field which can exclude patterns disharmonious with their movement patterns. All events in a universe happen as combinations of the two types of space-sharing.
  9. The most simple particle is an area of force field variation expanding and contracting, in a set of dimensions, fast enough to exclude other similar oscillations from its own places in space. A universe is one of the largest examples of this. The whole sky of universes is a multi-dimensional fractal.
  10. Oscillations, movements and concentric sharing of space have harmonious patterns of frequencies with periods of time from infinitely long to infinitely small.
  11. Magnetic effects happen by patterns sharing space with non-concentric asymmetries in three or more dimensions.
    Some illustrations on this page are of asymmetrical clusters. These patterns have gaps which may be glitches in the harmony of particles or temporary gaps; either way they have to move in three or more dimensions because they are being excluded  asymmetrically into/within that set of dimensions by surrounding exclusion forces.
  12. Static effects happen by concentric harmonious effects having asymmetrical relationships with concentric less-harmonious forces in three and/or surrounding dimensions.
  13. All movement happens by exclusion — pushing. Push is what works for pulling. Hooks, for example, work by forces pushing against other forces. Hooks stay in one piece and chains stay together; because their parts (and all they are connected with) are pushed tightly together by exclusion forces in other dimensions.
  14. Patterns, of collaborating exclusion force pieces, happen in their 3D space by being mostly excluded from dimensions other than their main 3D space.
  15. * In a 3D space, things also reflect the patterns of nearby exclusion forces in their three dimensions and external to their main three dimensions. The two illustrations are analogies comparing a pattern's influence in 3D compared with the sum of its influence in all other dimensions. A footnote, for these illustrations, is here.
  16. An object would get smaller and larger, while not moving in the same place in 3D, while moving further and closer in an axis additional to the object's main three. The drawings here often use spherical units; these are analogies to things with individuality that can come closer or go away in 3D and other dimensions.
  17. Complex patterns, anywhere in space, are almost always less than perfectly symmetrical; because they reflect movement balances with everything else moving nearby. Things close to the centre, and moving, affect the symmetry of things in the centre and of all other things. If not moving relative to each other, things have asymmetries able to change relative to other things moving close enough to affect them directionally.
  18. Patterns with asymmetry in their 3D shape are excluded from other dimensions directionally. Asymmetry can happen in various ways, especially because of their most stable shapes being non-symmetrical. Usually their shapes are more or less compatible with other shapes in 3D so they are either repelled or attracted to each other.
  19. Exclusion-Force fields are incompressible. They simulate compressibility by increasing or decreasing their presence in various dimensions. They behave as if solid but have no inertia. Their momentary presence is absolute. When moving between dimensions, when they are emerging and small they can be displaced, by a larger piece of field, during the moments while their presence is smaller.
  20. Incompressible objects disallow each other from sharing the same space. Energy and matter are comprised as multi-dimensional fractal systems. Everything that has individuality is comprised by small pieces of force field particles sharing space by moving in simple and complex cyclic patterns.
  21.  *Illustrations here (and here) include the analogy of stable patterns being comprised of minute sub-particles. This image, and others, are transparent for white, giving an effect as if made of  tiny particles separated; the background can be seen in between them as they comprise pattern with structure that can be static.
  22. *Movements, for sub-particles, follow all conceivable mathematical functions. Orbits, vortexes, spirals...Many people have described, visualized, channeled, learned during OBE(out-of-body experience) and "seen" representations of movements related to matter, energy and fields. Movements in the micro world have mixes, like those of macro space, of simplicity, orderly complexity and incomprehensible apparent chaos.
  23. In this theory, molecules, atoms, electrons...and other identifiable theoretical particles are stable patterns comprised of universal particles (represented here by the tiny "fuzz" in some pictures).
  24. Changes, to pieces of force field, are known instantaneously throughout Creation, including changes of position in 3D space, swapping between universes and between all dimensions. Patterns tend to move and have gravity-type attraction because pieces share places that are closest in 3D space and, by being phase-related compatible with each other, exclusion forces are asymmetrical. Asymmetry, in force-field pieces and patterns, causes them to be pushed towards nearby phase-compatible pieces and patterns.
  25. A "key in lock" relationship happens between compatible pieces and patterns in space. As one part (or a set) moves away into other dimensions, another, with priority related to proximity, takes its place. The pair/sets then have parts of their patterns more compatible, directionally, so they get pushed towards each other (gravity). Similarly, if patterns share pieces in 3D asymmetrically they can be more mutually exclusive in 3D space so get pushed away from each other.
  26. The above inductive relationships, between patterns in space, happen because of instantaneous communications and movements of pieces of patterns sharing moments in various patterns in space. For example, the fact of the moon's movements around Earth are known throughout the Universe and beyond.
  27. Our Universe is another star in a bigger sky. "Infinity" really does mean having no limits.
  28. Infinity happens in both directions. Otherwise infinity would be impossible, a logical impossibility; anyway — if Creation was to end with Nothing, just space, that in itself is a reality; so one may ask "Why should that space be empty?" and the answer is more likely that space and sizes within space have no upper limits. If the upper limits are infinite, then one may ask "What is the lower limit below which nothing is smaller?" and the answer is that there is no lower limit — otherwise there could be no upper limit.
  29. An example of infinity having no lower limit: Atoms are a logical definition of the smallest possible examples of an element with the unique characteristics of that element, and "molecules" describes the smallest possible stable combinations, of atoms, having the unique characteristics of a combination. Logically, both atoms and molecules are patterns the sizes of which we have no way of knowing exactly how small or large they may be, only that we can't visually see sizes below some limits and do not know the statistical probabilities of sizes happening above observed limits. We can not know what the size is for the smallest bit of water that is possible.
  30. Sizes of molecules and atoms are defined according to agreed definitions of relative sizes and agreed definitions of smallest sizes. For all we know, reality could define atoms as indefinitely able to be broken into smaller atoms, provided the breaking neither adds nor subtracts from the structure of the atoms. If a cluster of atoms gathers more of the same together in a stable pattern, that cluster will move as a unit. We can not know how many atoms are in a gram of iron, only how many atoms are in that gram by definition of the size of an "atom" of iron relative to atoms of other elements.
  31. Breaking, of clusters of force-fields, by smashing other clusters into very close proximity to each other, causes patterns to form momentarily until these anomalies attach to other patterns and to each other, causing added gravity and/or changes in 3D movements. Trying to find the nature of matter, by exploding it, will learn lots about how to make the technology to do the experiments with, and find smaller and more violent particles relative to the amount of violence involved in the busting of otherwise stable patterns.
  32. The spherical building blocks, on these pages, are themselves fractal functions, all unique because of their contents and oscillation content and phases; they are analogies, and I believe enable a unified visualization of phenomena including matter, energy, movement, inertia and field effects.
  33. Space can be visualized as either full with an incompressible force-field that is static except in places where pieces are coming and going, in patterns. Events in 3D space happen as bits of exclusion force come and go, and move, in patterns, multi-dimensionally.
  34. Space may be visualized as absolutely empty until exclusion force patterns in it happen and move in three and more dimensions. Both the analogies work: an exclusion-force substrate that is stable being the majority, or patterns within a substrate are the majority. Either way, all phenomena in a 3D space can be vizualized as interactions between patterns of bits of one type of exclusion-force.
  35. Another application of the word "dimensions"  is that space may contain an infinite number of exclusion-force types, none of which need to be aware of each other; or they may have a continuum of influence on each other (that is, they may be discrete or interactive). On this and similar pages, the unified field theory is mostly about only one type of exclusion force; whether that is a continuum with others is, on other pages, related to places in reality additional to our 3D universe as we experience it now.
  36. To consider other types of exclusion forces is convenient as an example of how to have other ways and types of places to be in. Living beings, all things, share all types of ways-of-being continuously, in a continuum. There may be separate, discrete places to be, also.
  37.  A related idea is every individual being may have some dimensions exclusively, as part of the definition of being an individual. This property enables functions such as miracles in sequential time being possible by an individual having some separateness from events in the dimensions being affected.
  38. Spherical oscillations, of exclusion-force complexes, happen in 3D space. In a three-dimensional space they can fit close to other events compatible with the same space. They have difficulty fitting in with events in external dimensions; although their components may have more size-time in other dimensions than they have in any one 3D space. In their own 3D space, energy and matter building blocks tend to be compatible in size, phase and frequency; so they constitute universes. Things in other dimensions become like surrounding walls of exclusion, by comparison to things within their own 3D space.
  39. A 2D analogy for gravity, as an exclusion function: Imagine being at the edge of a forest. Consider the possibilities of a straight line being uninterrupted by a tree, all the way to the other side of the forest. Another analogy is the way blades of grass, surrounding a patch of sand, happen more often as the perimeter diameter gets larger. In 3D, external dimensions are so occupied by other bits of field that their frequencies add up to randomly form a virtually solid exclusion wall, to complex patterns in 3D. Individual concentric oscillations, and more, have proportionally more opportunity to disappear and reappear in 3D space.
  40. Non-compressible force fields can come and go in 3D, cyclically, to-and-from other dimensions. The "fourth" consideration works as a channel, a coordinate, to-and-from an infinity of dimensions within 3D space as if surrounding.
  41. Spherical oscillating force fields get pushed towards each other because during the not-there parts of their cycles they are leaving vacant occupation of their places in space, for others to fill.
  42. Space, in 3D, is occupied by a non-compressible exclusion-force field, that gets holes in it. When parts of it go away, to other other dimensions, then spherical holes and patterns of holes are left behind; and these are not necessarily filled with replacement bits identical to the previous occupants. Hermit crabs reflect the nature of Creation.
  43. Spherical concentric oscillations, by moving away into external dimensions, leave spherical holes in the force-field that fills space for a universe. This standing, universe-sized force-field, can neither expand nor contract. Holes in it get occupied by bits of the same force field that are moving in 3D and/or oscillating multi-dimensionally.
  44. Holes in space can be left by one bit of force field, or by a whole pattern moving to other dimensions or somewhere else in the same space. Holes in the standing field have various sizes and can be occupied by any bits of field that are reasonably compatible in phase and frequency – with the timing of the holes available during the cycles of other bits.
  45. Patterns in 3D congregate, to make more complex forms, relative to the compatibility of their components' phase relationships, sizes and oscillation frequencies. Patterns also adjust their positions in 3D space; and parts of patterns are also distributed among other patterns in external coordinates.
  46. Time is a moving viewpoint limited to three-dimensional space. Repetitive events, in cycles, are factual in three dimensions but, when the same events are viewed in different sets of dimensions, then they may be very different, far more different than just being out-of-phase reflections. 3D space regards time as one-dimensional and un-directional. All changes are relative to considering the viewpoint as static. To have a viewpoint in 3D, it may be moving and the events may be static. Considering all possibilities, and that creation is totally flexible, will and intent, of individuals, acts with time a a unity within which individuals may change events as if independent of one-dimensional time. ["Individuals" refers to anything with individuality and integrity: individual entities, persons, groups, clubs, families, teams...].-directional. All changes are relative to considering the viewpoint as static. To have a viewpoint in 3D, it may be moving and the events may be static. Considering all possibilities, and that creation is totally flexible, will and intent, of individuals, acts with time a a unity within which individuals may change events as if independent of one-dimensional time. ["Individuals" refers to anything with individuality and integrity: individual entities, persons, groups, clubs, families, teams...].
  47. Gravity is the fact of being excluded less in 3D, towards complementary oscillations in the same space, compared with being excluded from everywhere else. In 3 dimensions, things induce each other's oscillations to fit in, to come towards each other, in 3D space.
  48. Movement happens when patterns gain or lose components, relative to each other, directionally. Complementary relationships, between patterns, results in them being pushed towards or away from each other, by the same external forces as cause gravity.
  49. Magnetic fields are the fact that some patterns have asymmetrical structures relative to external dimensions. The phases and shapes, of bits of their patterns relative to other patterns, allow patterns to form complementary tendencies. They either can be pushed (by external forces) closer together or, if opposing, push each other apart. They can be more or less repelled by external gravity forces according to how their force-field patterns are in opposing or complementary phases (timing of coming and going).
  50. Static fields are caused by patterns that form complementary relationships with other static-style patterns. Static field relationships have the same causes as magnetic fields but are formed by different types of pattern (relative phase and positions of their oscillating force-field particles) and are similarly pushed more either towards each other, or away from each other, by the same surrounding external exclusion-forces (in other dimensions) which cause gravity.
  51. Energy is relative to movement and the potential for movement to happen. Static, magnetic, energy and movement have the same root cause: exclusion forces in other dimensions tend to push asymmetrical patterns towards each other, more or less than they push away from each other. Patterns with similar-complementary structure tend to form increasingly complex patterns for the same structurally-compatible reasons as the smallest examples of those patterns can bond to each other rather than repel each other.
  52. Phase relationships, of presence/absence of spherical oscillations, are defined by their amounts of intrusion into any one set of three dimensions, and by how they swap places in 3D space, to share otherwise vacant places. Considering all the infinite dimensions, together their sum of presence-absence is nothing. For every hole in the 3D force field another hole is being filled.
  53. Pieces of force field can travel at infinite speed to always have somewhere to be in regardless of how far apart the holes are within the universal force field.
  54. All phenomena in 3D can be described according to the concept of exclusion within three dimensions and exclusion from other dimensions.
  55. Movement in 3D space produces increases in gravity forces normal to the direction of movement.
  56. All movement is relative both to the stationary centre of space and relative to any other places in 3D space. All movement affects all other events in multidimensional space, to some extent above zero.
  57. All movement is noted instantaneously throughout infinite space. Gravity, for example, is an instant fact; with gravity stresses having zero speed-of-light type delays between something being known to be there (such as the Sun) and gravity-effects arriving. Gravity and other effects precede light that's delayed  because visible light moves slowly compared with longitudinal light or instantaneous gravity and similar forces.
  58. Gravity is almost never likely to be observed as waves. If such are considered to have happened, they will be either misinterpretations of instruments, test results or some galaxy is disappearing/appearing cyclically; which is unlikely to happen.
  59. Creation's form can be somewhat likened to a multi-dimensional hologram. Harmonics are present, with some size greater than zero, relating to all oscillations and events in Creation, in the waveforms of everything individual, in an infinite number of dimensions.
  60. Force pieces, in dimensions extra to the main three, get in between 3D forces that would otherwise be more intimately related. On these pages most images show 3D spheres as if having nothing in between; whereas all concentric oscillations in 3D can have, between them, emerging (not necessarily fully) compatible pieces, of any size (virtual pressure levels). Non-3D force fields share space with 3D force fields.
  61. Force fields exclude other force fields whether in the same 3D space or not, equally. Being in 3D space can both increase exclusion from some surrounding dimensions, and decrease exclusion; because exclusion is subject to oscillation frequency and the positions of patterns in space.
  62. Density happens according to oscillations' compatibilities with their 3D space, compared with being more in other dimensions. A high proportion of stable components may be in other dimensions. Hydrogen, for example, illustrates in 3D as a low-density simple component; on its own and in combinations that become other types of matter and energy.
  63. "Dimensions" is a logical term with many interpretations. Firstly, the word refers to Cartesian co-ordinates relative to three axes representing distances in three-dimensional space of left-right, bottom-top and front-back. Secondly, "dimensions" can be scalar; with Infinity as the limits from not zero to concepts beyond Infinity; such as our whole universe possibly being a spark from somebody's shoe in a time-and-spaced scalar-based dimensional system. Thirdly, dimensions could be purely time based: with our universe having countless billions of years in the time for another universe to blink out of existence for a near-infinitely-small amount of time (and how would we know, considering our time is purely relative?)...and we may think of many other meanings for the word "dimensions".
  64. Energy-matter building-blocks vary their 3D size according to how much of them are in those dimensions. The images on this page are colour-coded purely for convenience of showing them in matched sets, because each set has some symmetry. The spheres represent concentric oscillation places; on this page, equal size, for convenience of the pictures being analogies.
  65. Fixed-image analogies are ok for illustrating individual parts of complex ideas. Equal-size spheres, as in pictures here, are all tangential to any neighbors they can touch. The analogy illustrates physics-theory particles and how crystals may happen
  66. Perfect symmetry is possible by using variable-size spheres. Images on this page show same-size spheres arranged similar to a reverse fractal, outwards from the sphere in the centre. An analogy of stability is by visualizing equal and impervious exclusion forces presenting in all directions – a perfect sphere – and using equal-size tangential spheres. This analogy illustrates why physics experiments produce particles by breaking complex structures: parts of structures reform, with some relationships temporary and some more permanent.
  67.  The imagination of observing a single atom or molecule may be likened to thinking one has observed a single molecule of salt because of seeing salt crystals as large cubes. The definition of "molecule" is of being indivisible for having the characteristics of its name. Observations, of small amounts of substances and energy types, are of clusters with wide ranges of sizes.
  68. Particles are too small to be observed individually in their smaller sizes. Particles do not have a smallest size. They may appear with sizes from nearly-zero to infinitely large according to their probability.
  69. A molecule of Hydrogen is very small; and a molecule of DNA is very long. Their particles' oscillations have harmonics with an infinite range of sizes and frequencies; including oscillations for defining Creation.
  70. The 6 blue spheres, in some images here, cover vulnerable parts of a smaller pattern. The non-spherical stable structure has also two apparently-exposed spheres on both ends. This cluster is not moving relative to its observer; to move without losing the structural integrity of the larger part, one of the green spheres would have to start sharing with the observer, so mutually their excess exclusion forces directionally force each other away from each other; after which, being asymmetrical, they are each excluded from >3D dimensions, so they continue to travel until their symmetry is restored. All movement begins as relative and continues as absolute relative to the centre of a universe where movement is zero. A universe acts, in some ways, as an individual atomic particle.
  71. In these images units are spherical and temporarily stable. Each has at least two concentric oscillations alternating between 3D space and alternative places to be. They can also share spaces in the same 3D space.
  72. A structure's stability depends on the number, frequency and accuracy of phases of the oscillations of it parts. Structures are all temporary because of the relative sizes and phases of their harmonics; each oscillation holds details of the whole of Creation.
  73. Every structure is a unique selection, of relative sizes and phases, from the harmonics of the whole of Creation. Individual will and intent causes variations in absolute sizes, relative to others, in balance with individuals they harmonize with.
  74. *Three images on this page illustrate harmonics. *One shows how sinusoidal waves are related to a circle; *and, below that, a pair of 2D examples of four perfect-circle oscillations forming a more complex wave. The oscillations are * perfectly phase-related, one picture showing them peak-coincident, *the other showing them as zero-crossing co-incident. These illustrations may both be applied to a pendulum, except for the difficulties with such analogies describing reality: For example a pendulum is moving the fastest at its zero-crossing place (where it would be if the clock was not ticking) and the pendulum changes direction at both sides of its swing being stationary for an infinitely-small amount of time; and the sine-waves change direction at the top of their peaks; yet the rotation of the originating circle (the third picture from the bottom) is perfectly even.
  75. The two diagrams at the bottom of the page show show whole-number frequency relationships. Living oscillations are multi-dimensional complex music with far more details in their harmonics than the simple 1:2:3 whole-number relationships.
  76. Everything in Creation that has individuality has the definition of the whole of Creation in the harmonics of that individual's oscillations. Even if the individual has only one sine-wave oscillation defining the movement of itself, relative to another individual, relative to the whole of Creation the individual has harmonics complementary to those of the whole of Creation, down to infinitely-small sizes, additional to that individual's solitary sine-wave.
  77.  The synchrony, of every sine-wave, of every individual event in Creation, has its own unique timing (that is, its phase relationships with other individuals). Phase relationships have infinite variations; the bottom limit is at infinitely small, for timing-differences between oscillations and movements of particles in multi-dimensional space.
  78. Living beings begin life at infinity and end life at infinity. In between beginning and ending, they occupy parts of Creation appropriate to the type of life they are in while growing, changing and experiencing with limits at infinity.
  79. Each living being may cause collections of patterns, with less-complex individuality, to become part of the expression of the more-complex individual. Each living being may become part of a less-complex individual. Participation, in the life of another individual, is part of the experience of living beings.
  80. Consciousness and form, for living beings, happens according to the type of life appropriate for and, often, chosen by a living being. A rocky outcrop on a hill, for example, could be the location for a living being, for a few moments of that being's life of that type, to observe events nearby for millions of years.
  81. Conscious beings live in an infinite variety of forms in infinite Creation. A hive of bees is a living being as much as a tree has many cells and as much as a human is alive in a conglomeration of the lives and homes of many bacteria, atoms and molecules.
  82. All movement results in gravity-type attraction normal to the axis of the direction of movement. An example is water coming out of a garden-hose nozzle: While moving, the water stays either in a tubular form or in a circular cone pattern, because all parts are attracted to those alongside. Breaking the pattern, from conical to tubular, is non-linear relative to the linear adjustments of the screw thread inside the variable nozzle; because in such a system both possible pattern types have their own stability within which the parameters may overlap according to the two static possible formulas for the system (either conical or tubular). Similarly, patterns form in all matter, energy and movement, to comprise much of everything.
  83. Colour is because systems vary in the dominant frequency of their particles' excursions/cycling between dimensions. They cause temporary visitor-type particles (such as "heat" and movement) to alter their frequencies to fit in with the most dominant frequency in the host system. So causing a system to change its inertia, by adding particles, has those particles showing as a colour when they leave the system as free energy (light/heat/radiation).
SnowFlakeTwo rings of concentric force-field oscillations and a pattern in 3D space
The grey spheres a samples of some of the exclusion force field oscillation particles, in three and other dimensions, confining 3D systems to their main three compatible dimensions (their 3D space) forcing them to adapt/synchronize with each other and produce gravity effects. Light particles, for example, when traveling, are similarly pushed towards other objects in space, by gravity.
Light particles synchronize enough to be accepted by then get away from things in between their origins and destinations where they exhibit as light or other events.

In space, predictably-repeating patterns (objects, energy, events, fields...) exchange particles (sub-patterns, "harmonics" and such-like examples of labels) and adjust their pattern shapes, in space, relative to each other. These exchanges produce asynchronic exclusion forces and asymmetrical complementary changes in exclusion balances (compared with what they would have if unique/solitary in space). These relationships lead to gravity apparent as attraction (actually caused by exclusion from other places and mutually-induced acceptance/accomodation between each other). The relationships also lead to energy-exchange (light, particles) and/or movement-related events and forces.
2D analogy of a 3D interaction.
  Some notes, about the animated gif above, are on another page.
Download the gif if it jams as it has been doing, lately, in some browsers. One ring of an encompassing >3D surroundings around a 3D pattern in 3D space. Concentric sharing of 3D spaceVulnerable positions (one shown) around centre
The cluster with the purple sphere in the centre has a "magnetic" type gap. If the gap is not balanced by an equal gap on the other side of the diameter, then the cluster will be moving away in 3D and getting smaller in 2D. 
If the gap (which shows the exposed purple sphere) gets covered on both sides, by a pair of concentrically-oscillating spherical patterns, then the cluster will be stationary in 3D.

All events in such a cluster would be moving; and because they move together their patterns happens longer than zero time. They move, in at least one co-ordinate, in at least three dimensions; because they are responding to asymmetrical patterns in their concentric presence-absence cycles, relative to surrounding exclusion-forces. Each sphere represents a set of patterns with a balance of concentric and non-concentric multi-dimensional movement.

The spheres represent static (insulative) matter and field patterns (concentric). The actual pattern represents magnetic type matter and field patterns (spatial distributions of exclusion-force particles).

Magnetic and static forces are interchangeable for many phenomena such as tendencies to move and energy that's potentially available for causing movement (of other patterns of matter and/or energy).

The 3D model, above, shows all the spheres as being the same size. Such equality happens rarely, for some systems (energy particles, atoms, anything...) but usually the 3D presense, at least, has many sizes for the various particles which oscillate at various frequencies, to form stable systems.
Various forms of the same elements (for example Sulphur and Carbon) can have the same number, sizes and frequencies of particles if considered multi-dimensionally (for much of their gravity and movement abilities relative to nearby systems); but the relative sizes in 3D determines their interactions, in 3D space, with other systems; such as physical characteristics when attempts to stimulate (with light or intrusion).

All matter and energy phenomena happen by field-presence variations excluding other field variations from coincident places in space. Exclusion is universal and extends continuously between dimensions, causing gravity and movement in 3D space (allowing that gravity is because of nearby systems becoming synchronous and accomodating each other to be less exclusive to each other than they are excluded from systems in surrounding dimensions).

Concentrically oscillating particles 2D presence representation

This 2D picture represents multi-dimensional particles going away into dimensions other than the primary three, concentrically, and, in cycles, re-appearing into 3D space. The sizes (presense) in 3D space may be independent of their actual quantity. They oscillate (come and go) at various rates, to keep the stable system from being intruded on by particles who's oscillation rates and timing are relatively incompatible with the stable system.
Additional particles cause directional movement if they distribute asymmetrically into the stable system. Whereas movement by subtraction (to attain asymmetry) is not considered in conventional physics theories, such does happen. A system gains or loses momentum, relative to nearby systems, by its exclusion-gravity forces having been made assymetrical spatially. Loss of momentum (speed) can seem to be movement according to whether the observer sees the system going away or coming towards. All energy-of-movement is relative to being observed.

The same 2D diagram also may represent a multi-dimensional fractal system with an outer boundary. Some such systems may hold details to infinitely-small, but their upper size limits are finite. By comparison, some systems have the ability to grow to infinite size; but they usually fold in on themselves, multi-dimensionally; such is the case with out present Universe (it expands until the outer-most systems return to re-appear, instantly, at the centre).

Two rings of a complete >3D surround of a 3D pattern in 3D space SnowFlakeTheory
Blue coded exclusion-force field pieces occupy 6 places in the pattern
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  1. * The two images show a sine-wave to represent a cycle of pattern's presence and absence from 3D space. The diagram with the symmetrical bunch of red circles is describing the influence that the pattern has on other patterns in the same space. During times after the 180° zero-crossing mark, from 180° to 360°, the pattern could be anywhere; and by not being anywhere in 3D space, its place may be taken by other events in 3D space of anywhere. The black circles, in a line, on the second picture (directly above, here) probably could be half-size, to represent the idea that "half" of the influence, of patterns departing 3D space, is in other dimensions, and half in its original three...but then the analogy would have to get into probabilities and questions such as "why half why not according to a decay function and, if that, what sort of deca...?
    A pattern's place in 3D, for half of each cycle-time there, may be taken by different patterns with the same quantity of influence and with compatible frequencies and phase (timing). The replacements might be discrete stable simple oscillations only partially emerge into 3D (to fill the space during the no-there part of the more-permanent pattern's cycle). The total presence of a pattern, a 3D event, may be100% in other dimensions, during the cycle after the zero-crossing moment, until commencing re-emerging after the zero degrees zero-crossing moment. The circles, in these two images, are sized for illustration; their actual size is cubic capacity relative to pi but they are shown here as having diameters relative to variations in sine from zero to 180° for the red (3D space) spheres.
    The bottom image, of the two, shows an analogy of how things are in a 3D space, in patterns, compared with sharing whatever places they can find in a variety of patterns in other dimensions: When pieces cycle between 3D space and other dimensions, they are intruding into those dimensions more than into patterns in their own 3D space. The red-circles add up to an analogy of having more total area than the sum of the areas of the black circles; simply because of the logical fact that for half of their time they are totally absent from 3D space and intruding on other dimensions, and the other half (the red circles) of their cycles they are sharing places in their patterns in 3D space.


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