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12-15-2006, 10:56 PM
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Dynamic, Hyper-relativistic Vectors (DHV)

Dynamic, Hyper-relativistic Vectors (DHV)

The manifestations of Dynamic, Hyper-relativistic Vectors (DHV) reflect all the fundamental properties of Reality, which properties morph and evolve to all the phenomena found within the Universe.

DHV underlie all motion. Thus, DHV must begin with dynamic, emergent separation (DES) that heuristically begins with seminal motion at the radius of Infinity (ROI).

The phenomenon of Triquametric motion (TM) and the subsequent Elliptical Constant (EC) and Pulsoids that heuristically describe the evolution of orthogonal dimensions, fundamental, intrinsic time (FIT), the Inverse Square law (ISL), mathematics, seminal quanta, et cetera, are manifestations of DHV, which set of vectors all equally increase, at an accelerating rate, as their hyper-relativistic motion slows at a constant rate that is a function of fundamental, intrinsic time (FIT).

DHV are in three paired types; one type is associated with the infinitesimal and another is associated with the infinite, while the third type is axiel. Each vector of a pair equally opposes the other paired vector. At any instant, all vectors of a set are equivalent; as, the motion that produces them is equal.

DHV intrinsically manifest as the most fundamental occurrence of all the forms of oscillation; such as: sliding, swinging, vibrating, and . . . pulsing.

DHV, directly, at the most fundamental level, answer the question of: “Why ellipses?” (Such a question, over 50 years ago, led to the discovery of Pulsoid Theory (PT) when the author realized the difficulty in understanding what was at the "other" focus if the Sun was at one focus of the Solar system.)

The vertices of opposing sliding vectors swing such that they describe an Emergent Ellipsoid (EEd).

The instant that there is infinitesimal motion at the dimensionless point; or, that motion slows from the infinite within the dimensionless sphere the radius of Infinity (ROI) emerges as a phenomenon within Reality, with observable effects.

A most salient feature is that the emergent phenomenon is never entirely separable from its source. It is this phenomenon of Infinity that is responsible for the strong nuclear forces.

To heuristically examine this emergent phenomenon, the infinite sphere is represented by a circle, EFG, with a radius referred to as εpsilon and equal to One, “1”; while the infinitesimal is represented by a point, C, at the center of said circle. Any of the infinite diameters, ECG, of said circle is referred to as an Infinity Line.

Dynamic, Hyper-relativistic Vectors (DHV) that heuristically represent the Dynamic, Emergent Separation (DES) are designated by the colored lines ( green, violet, and red) in the above image. The green vector is referred to as the gravitational vector, “Vg”; the violet vector is referred to as the inertial vector, “Vi”; and, the red vectors are referred to as the radial vectors.

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04-24-2007, 12:34 AM
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 Originally Posted by Epsilon=One The instant that there is infinitesimal motion at the center, dimensionless point; or that motion slows from the infinite within the dimensionless sphere the radius of Infinity (ROI) emerges as a phenomenon within Reality, with observable effects. The emergent phenomenon is never entirely separable from its source.
How does the ROI emerge? In what way does it manifest itself within reality? Is the motion at the center caused by seminal motion? What are some of the observable effects of the emergence of the ROI? When you say that the emergent phenomenon is inseparable from its source, do you mean to say that it must oscillate between Reality and the duality of Infinity? Why must it oscillate? Is there no energy that can exist only within Reality?

What causes the dynamic separation? What causes the vectors? What force is being exerted, and what is it being exerted on?
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04-24-2007, 04:11 AM
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 Originally Posted by ste How does the ROI emerge?
The phenomenon is referred to as the Unified Concept (UC).

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 Originally Posted by ste In what way does it manifest itself within reality?
As a Pulsoid.

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 Originally Posted by ste Is the motion at the center caused by seminal motion?
Yes . . . and, also, at all other points within the Pulsoid.

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 Originally Posted by ste What are some of the observable effects of the emergence of the ROI?
The simple answer is the Dyosphere. The complete answer is: all the fundamental characteristics of all phenomena that exists.

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 Originally Posted by ste When you say that the emergent phenomenon is inseparable from its source, do you mean to say that it must oscillate between Reality and the duality of Infinity?
Fundamental energy must always return to its source when it pulses, which requires a “stop and start.”

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 Originally Posted by ste Why must it oscillate?
The fundamental answer is because of the Conceptual Unit (CU). The more rational explanation is there is an energy transfer from the harmonic motion to a resonance phenomenon, which harmony is the result of oscillations of "parts" that are multiples of the CU, that resonate as a Resoloid.

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 Originally Posted by ste Is there no energy that can exist only within Reality?
Yes, many energies that we are all familiar with; but no fundamental, oscillating energy.

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 Originally Posted by ste What causes the dynamic separation?
The UC.

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 Originally Posted by ste What causes the vectors?
Where there is motion; there are vectors.

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 Originally Posted by ste What force is being exerted, and what is it being exerted on?
Force has many physical/mathematical definitions. I’m not certain what you are referring to.
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04-24-2007, 04:28 AM
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 Originally Posted by Epsilon=One Force has many physical/mathematical definitions. I’m not certain what you are referring to.
I originally thought that the vectors you were referring to were force vectors. But it seems that they are, instead, representative of motion.

So rephrasing the question.. if pure (seminal) motion creates the vectors, what determines the direction in which the vector points?
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04-24-2007, 04:45 AM
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Vectors begin as quaquaversal motion.

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 Originally Posted by ste if pure (seminal) motion creates the vectors, what determines the direction in which the vector points?
In accordance with Feynman diagrams the vectors are quaquaversal (in all possible directions) from a point . . . and the inner surface of a sphere. However, the only vectors that are applicable to a Pulsoid are those that create harmony. And it is this harmony that results in a resonance that creates a pulse, which reverses the direction of a given vector.

As soon as vectors create a Pulsoid the quaquaversal motion evolves to Triquametric motion (TM) . . . and motion acquires dimensions and becomes energy.
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04-24-2007, 04:50 AM
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 Originally Posted by Epsilon=One As soon as vectors create a Pulsoid the quaquaversal motion evolves to Triquametric motion (TM) . . . and motion acquires dimensions and becomes energy.
But energy is a scalar quantity... Why does it need a dimension to exist? Also, if Infinity is the source of all energy, does energy not "emanate" from there without dimensions?
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04-25-2007, 02:19 PM
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Scalar is a form of vector, which requires dimensions.

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 Originally Posted by ste But energy is a scalar quantity... Why does it need a dimension to exist?
Scalar is a form of vector, which requires dimensions.

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 Originally Posted by ste Also, if Infinity is the source of all energy, does energy not "emanate" from there without dimensions?
Yes. But what moves from Infinity, before emanation, is motion . . . before there are dimensions.

The instant that motion emanates it creates vectors that must create orthogonal dimensions. Such is the Pulsoid before it pulses. The Pulsoid subsequently pulses when fundamental, intrinsic time has its first "tick" when the vectors "slide" to a position that creates the Conceptual Unit (CU); thus harmony; thus energy transferring Resoloids.
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04-25-2007, 03:33 PM
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Scalar is.. A value

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 Originally Posted by Epsilon=One Scalar is a form of vector, which requires dimensions.
A scalar is a quantity which is independent of viewpoint/point of reference, or direction. It is true that vectors require a magnitude, but the converse is not true.
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04-25-2007, 05:28 PM
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Scalars

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 Originally Posted by ste A scalar is a quantity which is independent of viewpoint/point of reference, or direction.
You are correct in that a scalar is similar to a magnitude only. Such is "time"; as time is a form of counting that has only one direction, counting is analogous to numbers with only magnitude.

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 Originally Posted by ste It is true that vectors require a magnitude...
And a direction

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 Originally Posted by ste ...but the converse is not true.
You are correct. And thus, motion is dimensionless (at the dualities of Infinity) until there are vectors that create the orthogonal dimensions.
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04-25-2007, 11:52 PM
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Pure motion

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 Originally Posted by Epsilon=One Yes. But what moves from Infinity, before emanation, is motion . . . before there are dimensions.
So how does one define this pluperfect chaos found at infinity? What IS pure motion? "What" is moving? And how does this motion evolve to the emanating motion which is seen in triquametric motion?
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