In this concluding Part VII, the code applies its geometry to artifacts that are regarded as projecting from the earth architecturally, electro-magnetically, and independently – with electrodynamic modeling and its extension to gravity being largely speculative.
These applications and their abstract underpinnings are showcased pictorially in the ET Guidelines Gallery and detailed comprehensively in this PDF. This page of introduction is divided into 5 sections, with underlined words and phrases indicating glossary listings.
Foundation Pads – 1
The various artifacts addressed here – be they stationary or dynamic – are characterized by circular cross-sections, an attribute that easily follows from the geocentric cuboda’s intrinsic spheres (and the planes sectioning them). Furthermore, as junctures situated between the polar-rotational or diamond grids are realized circularly, these artifacts are readily hosted there. Otherwise, the grids themselves, individually (or especially together), may easily exhibit radiating centeredness.
Ultimately however, it is the expanded, modified grid juncture that serves as a foundation for ET constructs. As their designs receive guidance from any of 4 bode orientations, their foundation pad cross-sections are comprised of at least two waveforms, the outermost expressing the grid juncture and the innermost the artifact. To guide greater pad structure, and access to (and within) the pad proper, a 24 point ring is conceptualized by superimposing all bode directions onto one circle.
Code Consistent Structures – 2
By default, all architectural styles presented here are characterized by cylindrical walls, with the proportion of the cylinder reflecting the bode orientation which also determines the structure’s cross-sectional layout geometry. Cylindrical walls are most simply capped with spherical domes.
To make such domes consistent with code geometry, the spheres referencing them are sectioned such that their terminating slopes match those of corresponding bode elements. Other forms made code-consistent by simply locating these tangents on their arcs include toroids and paraboloids, the latter of which naturally allows reflective vertical members to be suspended anywhere on their curvatures.
Other types of forms are made code-consistent by keying a bode angle to their shapes. These include cones and the hyperbolic forms sectioned from them. Half ellipsoids round out the code-keyed constructs and are sectioned from spheres with (likewise) innate bode planes.
Code Towers – 3
As cylindrical walls and most of their roof cap forms can be sectioned horizontally by whatever such planes are intrinsic to a bode orientation, they may be vertically stacked to build towers. Toward such efforts is added another form that may be made code-consistent – the vertical wave. These, like ground waves, have the slopes at their half way points keyed to bode elements. But unlike horizontal waves, mid-points signify points of minimum slope. With such an option, towers may be constructed to elevate habitation, water storage, vertical-axis wind generators, or electrodynamic transmission.
The Electrodynamic Cuboda – 4
As the triangle-up bode affords the steepest angle by which the wave component of tower height-to-base area ratio is maximized, this orientation also poses the optimal geometry for (lateral) electromagnetic wave transmission. To picture how the bode models electro-dynamism, focus is on its structural manifestation with radiating lines signifying electric field vectors emanating from a point charge, and the outer lines joining them representing the directionless electric potential field.
Pone tail lines that are orthogonal to the charge’s motion (caused by polarized charge densities represented by oppositely oriented tetrahedra) and comprising the hexagonal ring are ascribed direction by virtue of the charge’s relative motion. Thus does a magnetic vector field emerge. In addition to this relativity parallel, quantum mechanical mirroring abounds from the uncertainty of which tetrahedral edge path the charge conducts along, to the volumetric matter waves of such, to the charge’s tetrahedral plane cross-section varying inversely with the speed accelerating and decelerating by the rotating bode’s charge reversals.
The cycle is propagated at the speed of light as a spherical wave rippling the fabric of space/time in which the bode pattern represents permeability and permitivity. In this picture, center-less (thus massless) and symmetric (thus charge neutralized) octahedra are carried along as photons with energy and field information that – projected onto spheres circumscribing the form’s relational points – mutually orthogonalize the wave packets’ electric, magnetic, and propagation vectors.
Wholistic Rocketry – 5
As the charge of a particle follows an uncertain conducting path, so it’s mass moves toward the plane defined by the 3 path possibilities. Thus the electrodynamic model serves to guide design of constructs challenged by iso-gravitational potential surfaces thus signified. The proportion of the rocket’s cylindrical body is keyed to the model’s volumetric matter wave, while the rocket’s hexagonally configured cross-section maximizes stability and control. Sloping bode planes are keyed to de Laval rocket engines, nose cones, and a breakaway launch stand centered on a pad situated on the greater launch pad of earth. With the cone’s curvature shaped to hold one sphere, the code comes full circle from where it began as the rocket seeks to place that sphere in the cosmos.
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