M. M. C

MATTER   MOTION   COORDINATION

CHAPTER 62          (December 2010)          INDEX TO OTHER PAGES

DESTROYING  MAN'S  IDEALS

  1. From early days on - the atom has been developed by man to the conclusion illustrated here below, with three kinds of particles. Additionally, as tiny as it may be, it is supposed to generate whole wavelengths right from those even more minute electrons.  

  2. Moreover, the parts in the nucleus of man's atoms are supposed to have a positive charge, while the electrons carry a negative charge.  This of course does not mean much unless they tell us what a charge is.  And since none of them ever has, it is obvious that these do not know their own invention, how thus are they to tell us?  

  3. Since then I do know, be assured that a "charge" is to run, to attack, or advance, while for the science of it, it is simply motion, even as to run, attack, or advance is moving.  Since then as I gathered these parts for their running to attract to one another and/or repel from one another, there are several questions we must ask.  

  4. For one:  Is that running supposed to be some sort of electricity?  Or energy, or angry Martians, or perhaps some other disfigured alien? 

  5. It is a viable question, for if it is electricity, where may I ask is that angular magnetic coordinate that is larger than the atom?  And how did man get that to fit inside that atom? 

  6.   How did we get to this idea to name a force by the term that specifies attacking or running?  Ought we not rather specify who it is that is running? A name of the person on the move would be more viable.

  7. If then a charge is supposed to be energy, we are back at the same notion, seeing how energy, is the ability to perform work, and what is the name of that person, or thing doing the work?  The question simply becomes; "What is energy in the name thereof?

  8.  Making a long story short, anyone by earnestly looking at that term in any way that one wishes will come with this as the final result, namely motion.   

  9. And yes of course we know it is motion, the darn things are spinning around so it must have movement. And why then did we not call it so? 

  10. And so what does that leave us with for those electrons? Is it not this that they are simply in motion, with no running Martians, nor electricity nor green cheese upon them?  

  11. And neither does it have a Venus smile that they may carry on a backpack. They simply are material parts on the move in an angular fashion, turning in circles.

  12. Then we come to that so called attraction and repulsion something which they are supposed to possess.  I have no idea what that might be and I stake my honor on it that not one of man's scientists have any idea either.  So how then did they invent it?  

  13. And why then do these protons not attract themselves to these electrons, or visa versa? As I see it these rascals never got their cake to eat it.  Never once do they get to hug that nuclei, did they?

           

  1. Where did man get the idea anyway of positives and negatives as were they something to attract or to repel one another?  Just think about it, where did they get that idea?  From magnets no doubt, or where else would they have gotten it?  

  2. But there is something very wrong here, since magnets exhibit a coordinate, a patterns that is stretched over many of atoms, and while electricity can be had on a smaller scale its pattern of force is larger than an atom.

  3. What this boils down to is that there is no such thing as positives nor negatives in the meaning of charges, nor running competitors within any atom.  

  4. The terms in all reality have but this meaning, they are directions of movement, and as such they are a point of view, and nothing more.  There is no energy, nor charge associated with these terms. 

  5. They have been inserted into the atom for sheer lack of knowledge and understanding. It is for man's arrogance and his wickedness that he was so blinded not to notice the forest for its trees.  

  6. Nor does the atom have any need of such particles or ideals, it is perfectly safe in its own nature of being without man's interference.

  7. What is the idea anyway to insert neutral particles along with the so called positive ones in a core? That in itself defies all logic.  Have they ever tried it putting ping pong balls with magnetic balls to see if so they will not repel from one another?

  8. But of course it are only positives to repel from one another wherefore the experiment would not be the same. With man's atom there would be no nucleus at all, they would all go and pair themselves with the electrons. 

  9. Nor would the electrons continue in their orbits once they sense those good looking Johns in the center calling them with tasty strings attached.

  10. I know very well man's irrational reasoning behind it, beholding something which they do not understand to be magnetically deflected, and so they reasoned it must have a charge. 

  11. If then they had seen it as a point of view rather than a charge, it would have accounted for intelligence to them. Nor am I at this time here going to show them their error in that point since I have spoken enough of it.

  12. What I mean is - man invented those so called energies of attraction and repulsion, - while if at all they were beheld as motions, - why not by all means make use of those motions?

  13. While to insert neutrons, as they call them, into that core -- that by any and all means wants to split itself apart, -- really takes the cake.  

  14. What is in the mind of man to come up with anything like that as if a few neutral parts shifted between a mass of magnets all facing their north end to each other are going to stay where they are, and bind themselves together while in-fact they have concrete orders to do the opposite?

  15. Then there is this notion, that nearly all the mass of an atom is in its core, with but a fraction accounted for its electrons, with its volume as mostly empty space.  And how do they know that?  

  16. I venture to say that they compared it to our solar system, and made the atom after it, their atom, and not the real one.  

  17. It of course is not possible to weigh a core without its rings, since weight is never a measure of mass but of inertia. Wherefore in all reality the core may fill half the volume of the atom.

  18. It is a mess, an atrocious mess, what man has made of the atom in its nomenclature as well as in its functions. One thing therefore is sure, how for anyone to take a course in man's physics he is guaranteed to become more ignorant than wise.

  19. Let us remove all these plus and minuses, as well as neutrals and the host of other fantasies which man has dreamed up, and come to a better conclusion.  

  20. I have turbines in my model aircraft that turn at 124,000 rpm, while the atomic parts turn at a much higher momentum, but none in the angular come to equal the speed at which light travels into the linear.

  21. And so for the example let us give one of those electrons a revolution per second to the tune of one hundred million turns, that comes to 600 million revolutions per minute, if one can imagine anything to be turning circles at that astronomical figure.  

  22. At that speed however how does one speak of a single part in that circle, since it must for all practical purposes be everywhere at once in that circle. like as were it a solid ring. 

  23. For it does in fact mean that the electron is located at every single part of that tiny circle 100 million times each single second, where then might there be an opening for anything?   

  24. If there be any rational thought in man he would concur with me that at such velocity it can-not be deemed a part on the move, but rather a part making for a solid circle, a solid ring.

  25. If we set the diameter of that circle at 1 angstrom, which is 100 pm, (pico meters) we must multiply it by 3.14 for a circumference by with it travels.  The velocity therefore at which it travels comes to 314 million angstroms per second. 

  26. And since there are ten billion angstroms in a meter, we must divide that accordingly to arrive at 0.0314 of a meter per second, times 60 for minutes is 1.884 meters, and times 60 for hours comes to 113.04 meters in one hour, or 0.11 kilometers in one hour.  

  27. A person could walk faster than an electron on the move, and yet - for itself - it moves at an astronomical speed, greater than I know so, or expect it to.

  28. How slow therefore does that seem relevant to its speed of rotation?  And why at that pace should they be in need of a force of attraction?  If we calculate what the inertia may be on anything as small as an electron going with the noted speed, to travel upon mother earth for its daily rotation - it is so very minute as not to even be accountable.

  29. And that is besides the fact that these parts seem to have their own intrinsic values, which I once came to explain a long time ago on page 7.  Moreover, I heard our scientist also mention that word, and they are upset in that within a circular accelerator the parts seem determined to head for the center, as if "intrinsic" were indeed a factor of nature with them as well.

  30. Moreover, I heard them say that it were electrons that caused the circles in their bubble chamber of their particle accelerators, clearly showing how in themselves these rascals - as they slowed - turned to smaller and smaller circles, the nature of intrinsic.

  31. For it is rather that of themselves and in themselves that these draw to lower and lower orbits as their velocity decreases, and expanding their orbits as their velocity increases by the effect of ram. ("Ram, or "tram" herein later) These parts have no need of anything to draw them to a vector, since as we gather their values are "Intrinsic."

  32. (Rather than electrons as parts, we ought to conceive them as continues flexible rotating rings that are never in need being held to any core.) (Intrinsic thus is a flaw all in itself.)

  33. Man no doubt may argue that such is impossible since his view of nature came to derive from the greater formats, wherefore he does not believe his own particle collision experiments. He observes the planets in the heavens, and makes his atom in like manner. 

  34. He goes around a turn on the road, and resisted in his turn, he judges all things to be like unto it. And while the laws of nature are ridged, it is not in violation of these very same laws by which the atom operates, and that its orbiting parts may be intrinsic. And while there is more to be said about intrinsic, that much is not for the ears of men.

  35. I of course am prepared to pronounce to all scientists that I for one do not believe that any electron moves outside of any atom, nor therefore can it be found on its own, that it has no calling except securely set within the atom.  That then is to say -- if at all there are such things as electrons conceived by man.

  36. Sadly, or conclusively now I cannot go too deeply into these fundamentals, or, I refuse to furnish man with what is most beautiful and spectacular, since he elected to scorn me for all the priceless gems that I furnished him with, he in fact showed himself incapable to even reply, let alone have an answer. 

  37. Or like the Lord Himself said concerning them, that they were nothing but a delusion.  Therefore I elected to withhold what is most beautiful and spectacular. (Sometimes I am tempted to show what is spectacular, yet each time I am withheld for the integrity within me.)

  38. For those then to whom a right knowledge is not an affliction it is that I speak.  For them therefore, allow yourself to learn this much, that it is by motions, by movement that all things are structured, and movement is "conductive."   

  39. When we blow warmer air amidst colder air, we are in fact blowing other parts of nature at a higher internal movement among those of lower internal movement, which by conduction, or association, is then raised to that higher, or lower movement. 

  40. For while the higher movements acts to speed up the lower ones, the lower ones act to reduce the speed of the higher ones.  Remembering how fundamental movement is CONDUCTIVE.

  41. All things therefore are relative and complement each other. While then that statement is far more reaching than man could possibly imagine, it does him well to at least learn and accept the elementary aspects.

  42.  Man's scientists introduce "energy" in just about everything, for what in fact they are saying by saying; "It has energy," is; "It has what we do not know, but since its seems to be running, we will call it running, otherwise we do not comprehend it for any reality."  That "reality" then is "motion", plain and simple; "movement."

  43. Since then movement is in many ways, we must learn its particulars so that we may come to understand the many varied coordinates by and in which all things are structured. This is not a small order, and myself I comprehend but a few of them, with the bulk left unanswered. 

  44. But just because there are so many which I do not understand does not make them anything less real. So let us leave off from our erroneous terms, to learn matter in motion by coordination.

  45. In returning to the atom to debate those jumping beans, to wit - the electrons to jump from level to level, that my dear fellow defies all logic, and is contrary to all laws of physics.   

  46. If anything travels at a revolution to the tune of ten million turns per second of time, it could not possibly jump from level to level without a sure conviction upon it

  47. If for example it were to do so in a fraction of a micro-second - that electron in that short interval would as yet be making several million revolutions.  How then my dear fellow can you speak of jumping?   

  48. Would it not be more reasonable to state that it graduates from level to level, as in fact it does when the effect of "ram" meaning "heat" is introduced? 

  49. By our physicists the electron at millions of revolutions a second, jump right out of the atom, with no regard at all for inertia, nor for the fact that within even a fraction of a second for that atomic ring to physically move out, it has to tear itself through the other rings and slice the core of the atom to ribbons, as well as to destroy itself. 

  50. Try it once with a turbine wheel and see what will happen.  But then what do we care, man's physicist that is, for who is the wiser?  The people?  Well these to us are all dummies anyway, they would not know the difference, nor would they care if they knew, for we are supposed to be the experts.  And who is to tell us - brain-surgeons - anything for our concoctions?

  51. What a gross violation of laws, of all phenomena, and of common sense it is to come up with such illogic, and at best to say ignorance. These perhaps never did see a gyro, nor drove a car, nor ever heard of the atomic bomb, and yet they dare call themselves physicists?   

  52. The atom to them is but a figment of their imagination. They live in a dream-world with no sense of reality, and yet we should consider them to be our teachers?

  53. We, or better, I, have as yet a long ways to go, which is not so much in stating the how so, but to present the reasoning and the evidence along with it - if at all there are hearts to contemplate upon, and realize the words that I am speaking.  

MAKING A BETTER ATOM

  1. Let us get to the core, that nucleus, the lumps, or parts of it. These as I will state - are all of one single kind of substance not much different from that of which the electron has its consistency, nor is it positive, nor negative, nor anything the likes of that.  

  2. It is simply a mass of what we for lack of any better term call matter, or substance.  And as to what that might be for a nature of it, don't even speculate, you will be in error, nor will I elaborate upon it.

  3. That mass then, the nucleus, as it rotates, presents that which we call inertia, something that wants to stay in place by virtue of its movement in the angular.  

  4. As thus we should conjecture, it is not the mass that resists change, but that such is rather in the movement of it.  Shall it then be that kind of an inertia, as that inertia which we ascribe to the greater masses in movement around a vector?  

  5. Read the question again, while you consider an answer, then contemplate upon my answer, that: No, not likely shall that inertia rank with its greater cousins, since that nuclei does not have a vector, it rather being the vector.   

  6. Let me repeat it: "It rather being the vector."  Or perhaps I should stop to let you dwell upon it, wherefore carefully read the above again.

  7. Moreover, its movement for all its astronomical rate of revolutions - by comparison - is but like a snail moving upon the ground.  We beheld how electrons for their astronomical revolutions moved like a person taking a Sunday stroll, how much less therefore for that core fixed at the very center not making any circles, but simply rotating? 

  8. Then again that snail's movement can be astronomical when asserted in its own magnitude, let us not forget that fact as well. But to get a better handle on this, let us speak of inertia, to show that while the nucleus presents inertia, it in itself is not under inertia.

  9. And here again we must stop to dwell upon it, for this is something we best re-chew, like a cow to lie down and make a good digestion of his meal. Consider well just where that core of the atom is located in nature, how indeed it is at the very bottom, as the very first part, and how minute the same is.   

  10. Therefore seeing it in itself it is not under inertia, how shall it fly apart, even if it was loosely bound, with no more than some Chinese glue?  And why do I say Chinese glue? Because the model aircraft which we buy coming from China is virtually devoid of glue, we look at it as if they merely spit on it for a bond.  

  11. Likewise no real force is required to maintain the atomic cores to their binding integrity, since there is no inertia by which to play any stress upon them, yet for the greater outcome they do indeed serve as inertia.

  12. If this still sounds confusing, consider that which comes about by the atomic movement in a mass that is traveling at some velocity becoming active when it is either accelerated, decelerated, or changed for a direction of, which relates to a vector. 

  13. The atomic core then does indeed (for one example) travel at some velocity relative to the axis of the earth for a vector, and as such presents a degree of inertia, a resistance to a change in direction.

  14. And how much might that be for one of those atomic cores? To estimate what that force of gravity might be on a single atom, like one of lead, considering one pound of lead like a cube of 4 x 4 x 4  cm, which upon the equator comes to 0.11 lb., added to its scale weight of 1 lb. 

  15. Then assuming the atom to have a diameter of 2 angstroms, and there being 100 million angstroms in a centimeter, that would come to 50 million atoms x 4 x 4 x 4 in the cube to 3 billion, 200 million atoms which then divided by the 1.11 lb of gravity and inertia, that again we scale down into but a grain of a pound, of which there are 7000, it shows a single lead atom at 0.000,002 of a single grain in inertia and g force.

  16. That in English is but two parts of a million of a single seven thousandth part of a pound. How much resistance will that pose to our fancy automobiles in a turn upon the road?  

  17. And yet we are quite aware of the fact that it does pose a resistance since there are so many of them that do not only all act as one, but the movement into inertia of their orbiting parts were included in that one pound. 

  18. Then for the 0.11 degree of their weight, it was merely for their +- 1000 mph velocity around the axis of the earth, (not counting the 15-km/p/second orbital velocity) while the full volume of the single pound in itself - given into inertia - was dedicated upon them by the man of force inhibiting mother earth. For any top to hold its place or any object under velocity remember that movement affects, and effects movement.

  19. Let us be educated therefore in this, that the atomic core itself - for all its rotation - has no vector to relate upon, wherefore as such it is not subject to any centrifugal implication that comes about by those greater inertial masses (or atoms) that do travel relevant to a vector.  

  20. The core is however relevant to the change in velocity, to resist being slowed down or accelerated, but that does not affect the integrity of it.  It simply in its whole resists those changes without any due upon its mass to cause any expansion or contraction, nor separation of its parts.

  21. The nucleus therefore as such has no need of any strong or weak force, nor does it need any positive, nor negative running, (charge) to remain whole, it in fact does better when it is not running at all, that by standing still, the running is left off. 

  22. Consider this fact, that the core of the atom - is at the very footing of nature, at the very point where inertia finds its beginning, while the act of centrifugal does not start, until there is a distance between the mass and its vector, which is equal to saying;

  23. To a change in direction by taking a turn upon the road that is not into the gravitational direction.  While the electron, better called the orbital ring, is considered an "intrinsic" agent. (Intrinsic with a smile upon our faces.)

  24. We no doubt know what the term intrinsic means, which will leave us to question me in the how so. But certain things I must withhold, and some things I don't even dare hint at. If then you will accept it from me as such, all good and well, otherwise man must have something of his own. 

  25. Yet it does man well to consider that which I have spoken regarding his charges of, that such is most illogic, and yet more illogic for anything to have a single so called charge, to be only negative. If any man wishes to contest me, let him produce a one sided coin, or himself with only a front and no back, then I will listen.

  26. We would well to also abandon the terms - strong force and weak force, which man has ill invented for any relevance to the atom or its nucleus, since "force" as a term in that magnitude of nature does not start until we come to the relevant greater movement formed by atoms in unison. 

  27. And likewise with the term "electro-magnetic" which has no place within the atom.  It as such does not start until the Almighty Lord brought a half wave turn into that circle in which there is no beginning nor end, by which linear motion was born forth. And if man will, leave off that electro part from electro-magnetic, to appropriate the more reasonable term of simply "magnetic."

  28. Then in order to disappoint man's scientists even more, you may quote me as having said the the nucleus consists of parts, such as man calls protons, but myself I do not believe a single word of it, and what I do believe I cannot mention.

  29. Yet here is one secret I am allowed to reveal how the first of all movements is the "angular," the circle, or that which moves by a loop, to time and again return upon itself. Linear movement in that respect is a byproduct, and second to angular, not the other way around no matter what argument man may conceive. 

            

  1. That figure eight of force which the Lord so wisely made is in all respects an angular since it completes a full circle. But in doing so it brought a new movement into a single direction, and more such single directions into the linear are set forth by angular's as we shall see.  Even the lightning from thunderclouds trace linear patterns formed by angular's. 

  2. And though man may doubt me since he never saw these clouds go in circles, take once again a look of how a vehicle with its wheels moves upon the road.  

  3. Then consider as you scuff your feet upon a carpet, that under your feet you are producing rolling motions similar in effect to any real generator by which when touching a metal doorknob you are discharging that electricity, that angular motion, or opposition in nature's movements, upon yourself.

  4. It does us well to remember how clouds can be seen, while movement itself can not be seen, and of course I am speaking fundamentally, for while we may observe vehicles to travel upon a freeway, these are hardly the oppositions within nature's fundamental movements, just as we can not see the movements of any light-wave except it comes to terminate (stop) upon us.

  5. And to furnish us with a schematic of natures movements all in one, the reference is to figure 62-1.  The 3M is represented by the large circle and the straight line passing through it, coming forth into an arrow for direction of movement.  

  6. The media then in all of its atoms and molecules in their movements is represented by E, in both directions, noting two of them on both sides of the line of 3M.  

  7. The third and most complex of all movements are the coordinates, the patterns of movement passing over and upon the media formed by the intricate relation of the 3M to all the media.  This one then as C-D, being the pattern, is relative by and in A-C-D-B, in that manner linking all three factors into one.

  8. Figure 62-1 now is more profound than it may appear.

ALL THINGS RELATIVE

  1. Let us have another look at velocity verses speed to see how slow the movement of electrons are verses that movement at which light travels. Let us multiply the speed of an electron to the tune of a billion revolutions per second, it then does not merely appear as any part of the atom - but that electron has become like a complete solid ring.  

  2. Here then we ought to stop and think about this, how we should not rather say "atomic rings" - instead of parts, only they do not travel at that rate of revolution.

  3. Or if we accelerated the electrons in their circles to the speed of light, as some fantasize, we would not be able to see a thing, a light wave for its angular moment of one angstrom would then be no longer than one angstrom in length as well, how then shall red be red when it is 6999 angstroms short or coming to red?

  4. And so how well did I do in my previous pages to keep telling us that the atoms are the wheels of nature setting forth the momentum by which light travels?  Will you say that I was all wet behind the ears?  

  5. Perhaps so.  But then I elected to let us believe that elementary notion, (which for its notion is not so much in error as one might think), while at the same time I clearly at many places noted that the velocity of light is by the 3M, by that circle in its half wave, by which also light for its spectrum is listed.  And still I am not giving man the full truth.

  6. Why is it anyway that I have never heard man questioning how anything at all attains to movement in the first place? From where do the electrons get their velocity when there is no such thing as charges, nor running?  

  7. How is it that there is no supply nor demand with the engines of nature?  Do all these things move because they just like to do so? If so, would someone explain the word likens to me?

  8. Then again the electrons do not always travel at a constant rate of speed, since their velocity and distance from the core is effectively altered by temperature, and/or other movements of different velocities.   

  9. Moreover, we are going to get into a manner in which the atoms for their momentum do indeed promote those wavelengths which are listed for light, and many other wavelengths as well.

  10. But I must caution you - since as I previously said - all things to be relative, - it is not in their singularity by which these come forth, and while that complicates matters, we should not have our cake and eat it as well. An irony indeed of which man unknowingly is guilty. And yes how shall I say that? 

  11. Foremost to all there is that 3M, that magnetic entity pervading all of space, at its constant of velocity near to the tune of 300,000 km/sec. Secondly,  there are all these many atoms in their many varied quantities of substance, providing movement in a multitude of varied formats that are - by relation - conductive to all others. 

  12. Here I must stop, since I mentioned; "by relation,"  a relation that is twofold, foremost to the 3M, and secondly to one another.  Perhaps man will conclude that it should be the other way around, to be first conductive in relation to one another, with secondly to the 3M, yet there is a grand difference in the two, at which I will not at this point - nor at any other time go into.

  13. Thirdly, when there are two, there are always three, and the three being the difference of one.  A riddle that is difficult to go into, yet fundamental upon all of nature.  Here then comes complexity, how by the former two greater formations of movements are born - that in a manner of speaking - preside over and upon them in an overall scheme thereof. 

  14. It are these formation that I primarily refer to as coordinates. It are by these that we have the smell of things, and by which compound elements exhibit all their peculiarities in waves as well as their binding and structural formation.  

  15. As then the velocities of the movements within the atoms are but like a snails pace to that of the 3M, the overall movements in coordinates vary in velocity dependent upon the specifics to which they are related.

  16. Nature's movement is not a subject for the light-hearted to which I might present some example. In figure 62-2, depicting a grid of some element compound or otherwise, note how movement in the way of - lines of - and waves - by the arrows, pass at any direction at will at any time and place all in perfect harmony. 

  17. Consider how many wavelengths pass between your eyes, and this screen while you do not behold a single one of them unless you turn your cell-phone on to catch one.

  18. How do all these movements relate to one another to construct the grids of nature, and pass an endless multitude of waves in any length, or arrest others by which but a single length may reach our eyes for the color of it?  

  19. Indeed not a subject for the light-hearted, to have this 3M in its lines of, by the pattern of a figure of eight that as we assume is but in one direction, and yet it is conductive to movements in any and all directions, not merely 360 degrees, but 360 by 360 degrees.

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  1. How fantastic indeed nature is as matter in motion by coordination.  And this we wish to take as a subject unto ourselves? We must be mad to do so!  

  2. Placing a gain upon it will most certainly destroy the simplicity that our scientists to date have constructed. For while their formula's, their sketches, and their tables, and mathematics seem impressive, they have but scratched the surface of things.

  3. Anticipating the question that many will ask, or contemplate upon; why this may be so, that man was so much in error, I am bound to answer that question for the truth of the matter.  

  4. It is because there is but One Creator, and we are all His creatures, and likens or not, man is to learn that not only his body and spirit are granted him of his Creator, but his knowledge as well, if he has to have a right knowledge.

  5. Therefore the Lord allowed man to plow forth in his own cunning, but to show him in no uncertain terms that "all knowledge" is of his Creator, wherefore it was of His teaching to one of His anointing, whereby a right knowledge may be shown to man in contrast to the folly of man's own ways.  

  6. For did not the Creator say, how He would make the wise look foolish, and the foolish wise?  And did He not foreshow the same by Ezekiel in his 17th chapter saying: 

  7. "And all the trees of the field shall know that I the Lord bring low the high tree, and make high the low tree, dry up the green tree, and make the dry tree flourish. I the Lord have spoken, and I will do it."

  8. And in the 31st; "All this is in order that no trees by the waters may grow to lofty height or set their tops among the clouds, and that no trees that drink water may reach up to them in height; for they are all given over to death, to the nether world among mortal men, with those who go down to the Pit."

  9. And did He not proclaim this so long ago by Enoch saying;  "How in this day one was to come forth, born of Him, to whom He would impart sevenfold knowledge and wisdom?"  

  10. It was to show man, that all good knowledge and wisdom comes of Him alone, and that therefore man should look to Him and fear Him, who has the power to perform all that pleases Him. And thus for man not to think that he is so wise in himself.

  11. That which you have heard of me has not in all of history been heard before, never at all did a man write as I have written, nor revealed the things as I have revealed to mankind.  As a first among man did I receive of Him what has never been heard before.  

  12. But who is to understand?  You will look at me and not know what to think, contemplating within yourselves as if I am right, or perhaps I may be in error.

  13. Is my knowledge so far beyond the norm of man for him to ask whether I am right?  I am right, and it is a good knowledge that I have propounded to man, but where is man to commit himself, or even to furnish me with a reply?  

  14. Is it not therefore of themselves that not only the Lord, the God of all creation came to look upon them as a delusion, but I also came to behold them as unfit, and a contempt to consider.

CLOUD OF THE ELECTRON

  1. In saying "cloud" I do not mean that cloud spoken of in the spacing within the atoms, but "what" cloud the electron may have to perform that which our scientist have attributed to it?  How minute is the atom when nitrogen is said to be but 71/pm in diameter which is less than 1 angstrom.  

  2. How minute therefore may the electron be to create that peak momentum that is required for a wavelength the size of 6000 angstroms, which for its length spans over at least several thousand atoms? 

  3. If we take a 7000/a wavelength of light in our atmosphere, with its amplitude no more than a few angstroms, and we scale it upon paper in centimeters, the sine formation in it would not be visible, it would appear as a straight line, so small is its angular moment verses its length. 

  4. The illustration therefore here below is impossible, not only that it shows far too much angular moment, but to come forth from the interior of the atom by no more than one or two electrons is appalling. 

  5. Moreover, the angular moments from the core to the outer edge, is rather opposite from what it illustrates, the shorter ones are more in, with the longer outwards.

        

  1. Yet even more appalling is what is said concerning that which these little rascals are supposed to emit, as were they to carry the world upon their back. And no, my choice of words is not unjustified, as I will quote what the experts made of it. Quote:

  2. "In physics, a photon is an elementary particle, the quantum of the electromagnetic interaction and the basic unit of light and all other forms of electromagnetic radiation. It is also the force carrier for the electromagnetic force."

  3. Now, I am not going to be fair, for while there is something in what they are saying, I will say;  When I grew up I learned from my older sister that I came from my mother, and that it was not that white stork stealing our fish which delivered me from the north pole. Yet it seems that our physicist have yet to learn that axiom of nature.  

  4. Let us take it one part at the time. A photon is supposed to be a particle, so they say, but seeing how the electron itself is already the smallest of particles, how does it carry with it still other particles?   

  5. If light is as these say it is, a transverse wave with unlimited numbers of free electrons bouncing sideways as the photon in moving forward forces that upon them, how massive must that photon be to perform that feat in nature that no other force can even come close to? 

  6. And seeing how the sky is full of light, is there any room left for atoms? ?????

  7. That massive photon, which for its potential and its power must be the size of several thousand atoms, how does that fit within a single atom, or on the back of a single electron? Even the story of the stork to deliver babies is more believable.

  8. I guarantee this much that unless those turbine blades within my turbines are perfectly balanced, it will fly apart, and it mind you is moving at a mere 120 thousand rpm, which by comparison is like something not moving at all compared to the electron at its rate in revolutions, how then shall it carry a back-pack of photons, larger than a thousand atoms? 

  9. But if this is considered insane for the smallest of parts to carry still other particles, such as extend themselves over thousands of whole atoms, hear what these are saying for that part that the smallest part of nature carries on its back well strapped on.

  10. "The force carrier for the magnetic force," so they said. Do we have any idea as to how potent that magnetic force is, and how wide it stretches itself over all matter?  Should it not therefore rather be the other way around?  

  11. For their sentiment I must conclude for the electron to factually carry the whole world in its backpack.  If this in their mind makes good sense, I am not one of them.

  12. But it gets even worse as they said; "The photon has no rest mass." And; "The photon is mass-less, it has no electric charge."  How may we ask is a particle - a particle when it has no mass?  

  13. A particle in no uncertainty of its understanding means something material, a definite part of substance, and how is substance, substance, when there is no substance, or has no substance?

  14.  And yet I may be quoted to have said that" Nature is matter in motion by coordination," a sentiment that no doubt for its far reaching will only be partially understood.  

  15. But for man's consensus that the photon is the basic unit of light, while that very thing is mass-less, and yet a particle, is not anything I can take to the bank.

  16. Have I said enough about the folly of men, to prove that imaginations can run wild, and how by it the experts among man have no understanding at all in the fundamentals of physics, nor of what is truly in the nature of things?  Allow me to quote one more thing; 

  17. "A photon has two possible polarization states, and is described by exactly three continues parameters: the components of its wave vector, which determines its wavelength, and its direction of propagation. 

  18. The photon is the gauge boson for electromagnetism, and therefore all other quantum numbers of the photon, such as lepton numbers, baryon number, and flavour quantum numbers are zero."

  19. I think "flavour" is spelled differently, but that is minor to the rest, since indeed this sounds like the speech of babes as yet unborn from their mother with no conception of what the world around them looks like.  

  20. In my certain judgment to come up with such terms as leptons and flavor parts to have a taste of something is atrocious. 

  21. When man speaks in such words, he is more irrational than even the animals upon the earth. Nor do they realize their foolish behavior since they elected to deny the One great Creator of all this intricate beauty around them, for which cause their eyes by Him were closed upon them.

  22. Did they not ascribe light as a transverse wave, where one needs a zillion electrons to move in the wrong direction? Indeed they did. And how then as in having no mass did these obtain all these many zillions of parts - in empty space - to serve their mass-less entity?   

  23. It seems that with so many zillions of electrons to carry so many whole worlds in their backpacks, they have no need of a photon, to for a single one of them speed so many worlds around.

  24. You see it is beginning to rub off that silly speech of man, to make me look like them, wherefore I better quit, and leave them to their hell's abode to which they are most certainly heading, which is not so much for their childish speech, as for their pride and arrogance to deny my Lord and Father who teaches rightly. 

LIGHT FOR ITS MOVEMENTS

  1. By figure 62-3  there are a number of atoms from the air.  At night the magnetic strings, (to so call the lines thereof) are straight, as illustrated, wherefore as such these do not pose any angular moments unto our eyes by which we can decode them. 

  2. But comes morning the sun having turned many of these strings into what resembles coiled springs, depositing their coordinate upon the air around us, we are then able to decode them by the angular moments upon them. That is to say by the angle of their rotations.

  3. As then these these lines twist around all the atoms in their path, being susceptible to the format of the atoms themselves, neither the Nitrogen, nor the Oxygen atoms have the cloud or coordinate to arrest them, but pass them on without alteration

  4. And while atoms in two or three bonded together may arrest some of the light, obviously most of those from the sun come down to the surface of the earth.

  5. The water molecules in the air also arrest many light-waves, yet even on a cloudy day, most of the light-waves appear to pass un-affected, otherwise it would be dark below the clouds.

  6. Yet so it may appear these atoms of these elements may copy them, since the coordinate in passing must in some way imbed itself upon them, and while for its main course it passes straight on, it, with the assistance of the atoms, perhaps in multiple form copies its coordinate into any direction.

  7. The question then becomes; how does it do so?  In my apprehension the line of light merely passes most atoms without leaving a copy for them to send into other directions, unless an atom is so positioned that the line of light itself copies its pattern around that atom to another direction. 

  8. Whether or not this is correct I do not know, I am speculating, but this we do know, that the light as it comes from the sun does not only reflect or refract from all the substances that are observed, but have its copy on a part of the air as well in order for the air to be so illuminated.

  

  1. In the way of speculation therefore, we might assume that not every single atom performs that feat. Atom 3 for example having its direction of movement in line with the string of light passes the pattern of it at right angles over atom 6, and so on.  

  2. It then is atom 5 which for its direction of movement passes it on at right angle over atom 8 and so on.  As then the string of light came upon atom 4, its movement by our view being into the page, it turns a copy of the coordinate into the page and so on.

  3. It now is to be remembered that in the spacing shown between atoms 3, and 4 there are at least several thousand more atoms, wherefore by consequence, a few more, or many more directions may be instigated.  

  4. And so it is that I speculate the entire air around us to be so luminous, and no matter where we are, or into what direction we look, we are at all times receiving these coordinates, these turning strings with all their different angular moments into our eyes.  

  5. For only if we look directly into the sun will any ray that came directly from the sun enter into our eyes, at any other time it are the carbon copies duplicated and passed on by the atoms of the elements of the air, beside all the many refracted, or reprocessed from all other parts of the earth's surface.

  6. Convenient for us, the elements of air are not equipped to arrest nor alter the sun's rays wherefore these become transparent unto our beholding, if not so, these elements would be as opaque as any other element that is opaque.  A bit later on we will go into how light-waves may be formed.  

  7. As then it is sometimes best to learn things by comparison, and we are curious how light moves, and electricity as well, unless one has already understood my previous explanations, let us rehash it once again.

  8. To simplify things it is imperative that we keep this in mind, how the 3M as magnetic lines are the essence of lines or strings that pass by every single atom, and they obey that law of Newton that anything in a straight line will continue so unless acted upon otherwise.   

  9. The Almighty Lord then in His great wisdom made it so that we can neither utilize nor behold these lines passing linearly at great velocity, unless alterations are made within, or upon them.

  10. That alteration, for any linear is of course, to implement an angular.   For what else is there besides these two factors of motion?  These do however by no more than a single half twist in their format keep our feet upon the ground in league with the inertia of all matter.  

  11. Then in order to give us our beholding, and allow us to send coded messages upon them,  they are twisted into complete circles, which then comes in various ways.

  12. For the nature of light - that is by turning around these atoms, and at the same time move forward in their normal linear momentum, - their turning then presents those angles in all degrees thereof, from zero to 90 degrees.   

  13. The degree of the angles then is the coded message, which for light if the angle corresponds to a full turn by 4000 angstrom we decode it as blue.  If we tap the line with various circular indents, and spacing, we will have our cell-phones and radio messages as well as television pictures, since nearly any kind of code can be placed upon them.

 

  1. Then if by forcing the lines into a crossing of its field, and we move an armature within them, (generator) we are not just taking one line and twisting it, but numerous lines twisting them over one another to become like unto figures of eight, which as such becomes a rotating twisted line that we came to call electricity.  

  2. If then by figure 62-4, we connect that electricity to a grid of atoms and molecules as shown, they are going to pinch these parts, or as I said elsewhere to quell upon them, with this result that the parts in their structure are agitated.  

  3. And as long it is merely an extension of the current upon them, nothing will occur, but the instant we connect a ground on one end, that is to say a stationary medium, attempting to bring a halt to its rotation, they begin to impress upon the atoms and molecules, simply because the movement of the atoms is but a snails pace compared to the velocity at which that twisted coordinate moves linearly. 

  4. This impression, to quell as I called it, raises the speed of the atomic movement which as we said results into an agitation, (the nature of ram), that in turn is an increase in temperature.   

  5. Light on the other hand as shown in figure 62-4, while it encircles the atoms, it does not quell upon them, it being but a single line like unto a coiled spring moving forward.  

  6. It as such is not able to alter the relative speed of the atomic movement, nor therefore will it raise the temperature of the media in which it passes. But when it comes upon a type of element by which it cannot pass, it is as we say - arrested, brought to a halt, its angular moment taken from it by the inert movements of those types of atoms.

  7. This then does not proceed without some degree of agitation, like the law of motion specifies, it takes a force to alter a movement, but also to take it out again.  

  8. The force is the light itself in its angular format competing with the angular's of the atom, redirecting it, or simply removing it, that to everyone's benefit means warmth for us, and the power for growth to all the plants and trees.   

  9. It must be remembered that for the illustration the light to circle around each atom, there are in facts thousands of atoms in between them. The span of a 4000a length of light must literally extend itself over thousands of atoms, to make but a single turn around them.  

  10. For it is that single turn which we in our spiritual nature decode - in the source from which it came - to be blue in color. 

  11. Then let us view a few more examples. By figure 62-5, at A. -- A thunderstorm is coming our way with lightning flashes. These flashes are in all respects electrical currents of high angular movement slashing their way over and upon the atoms that make up the air which we breathe.  

  12. That current then is not like D, in our illustration to be no more than a single 3M line encircling the atoms that passes without any sound being heard, but like unto what is shown by C.

  13. It is a path of multiple lines twisting and rotating - that is driven upon these atoms of the air, wherefore it quells upon them, just like it does when passing through a copper conductor raising its temperature.  

  14. Only in this case the rotational speed of that lightning bolt is so high, and so forceful, that it instantly raises the internal movements of that atom to very high degrees, by which it - in its now greatly agitated state generates light-waves of every angle to impress us with the white brilliance of it. 

  15. The white of course being the mixture of all the visible wave-lengths, and its brilliance because there are so many of them in quick succession. 

  16. Then for the impact of the thunder, (figure 62-5, at B), the sound created, heard as thunder, is likewise due to that instant high compression upon the atoms, driving them against one another while the twisting-turning maze of 3M lines rattle their cages.

                

  1. Is it not fantastic how well the Lord made everything, how for all its complexity there is simplicity, and for all its simplicity it is so complex?  Wherefore indeed it becomes incomprehensive to realize the full nature of conductive movement.  

  2. But then this is what Solomon so wisely said; "Incomprehensive is what exists." Nor is it for me to expand upon, yet there are other ways by which to gain understanding. Should I therefore quit right here and now since I made the statement that; "The full nature of conductive movement is incomprehensive"?

  3. Yes I should, but this is like a toy to me, something to entertain myself with, nor am I able to withdraw myself, seeing how that irresistible feeling for more and more understanding will not give me rest, and I must press on, that by teaching others I may gain more to myself as well. 

  4. Only I wonder what man would make of it were I truly to speak my mind.  What I should really tell myself is to pay better attention at that which the Lord has taught me, and not in forgetting it walk in ways where nothing is to be found.

SPEED OF ATOMIC RINGS

  1.  I would be interesting to know at what rate of revolution the atomic rings may be traveling in order to produce that angular coordinate equal to one - like red in color.   But in asking the experts in physics for an answer one might just better ask the wall. These came up with speeds from 2,200 km/sec to far over a trillion rotations per second.

  2. Not one of them provided evidence, nor reality in the matter, except some calculations of energies as if by these it might be known. If however we are at all to determine their speed we ought at least find something realistic, like in utilizing something that we know to be correct and go from there.

  3. But how do we do so since we are not able to put a meter on the atom, and calculating anything from energies displayed is no more than a shot in the dark.  

  4. We do know however what the speed of light is, and what lengths may be found for the waves that are set forth by the atoms. And so why not take a wave-length of that light to by it determine the relative speed of those little rascals?

  5. Let us take the longest length that is said to be 7000 in angstroms. If then we first establish a measure in angstroms of the constant which at 300,000 km, will come to three sextillions, that is a 3 with 18 zero's.   

  6. If thus we take that figure and divide it by 7000, (the length in angstroms for the wave) we come to 428,571,428,571,428, better than 428 trillion. 

  7. That figure thus tells us how many of these 7000 lengths will fit within a distance of 300,000 km. The idea then is this, there are two factors to be considered by which that wave is formed. 

  8. First there is the 3M passing the atom at the velocity of constant, then the atom at its own velocity is to place a dent upon that line, an invert move by which the angular is set forth.  The angular then is much shorter when placed in a circumference.

  9. As we can conjecture - when anything of no more than a single angstrom is placed rectilinear upon a line that moves much faster, that single angstrom into the angular by the much faster linear is stretched out. Accordingly, we must find out just what the speed must be for a drive into the angular to pass 7000 angstroms into that linear.  

  10. And knowing how many whole 7000a lengths will pass any one point within a second of time, it is not only a number of parts, but also a number into a time-frame, by which one such length will pass.  

  11. Since then our atom is 1 angstrom in diameter, and we will need no more than a fraction of that into the angular, we must come to a number in the division thereof.

  12. By illustration figure 62-6, R, R2 is the invert momentum upon M to take it down the line, which for a 4000a wave we will need an angular to the half wave measure that on a two dimensional plane comes to 2000a, and 3500a for the 7000a length, since for a complete wavelength to be made it must pass the entire circumference, R to 3500 to S.

  

  1. What fraction therefore of that circumference are we to take by which a spark may be instigated, the dent into the line of 3M?   It is not unwarranted to visualize how when we have a grinding wheel and we hold a chisel to it in order to sharpen it, how the instant that we touch it, sparks will fly. 

  2. Or, if two grinding wheels in opposite direction of movement touch each other, the effect will not only be instant but double in the momentum thereof.

  3. Yet for the high velocity of the ring I do not wish to make it instantaneous, to for reality sake allow us a measure of safety. As then any circle is in 360 degrees, let us divide it by 100. That 3.6 degree is small, but like a wheel upon a lathe to chisel off a twisting turning part of the metal being cut, it for all practical purposes might be considered instantaneous.. 

  4. No doubt we have entered into some uncertainties here, but there should be ways to double check our reasoning's.  We could for example, like with radio waves tap the line 428+ trillion times a second, and we will have your wavelengths at 7000a each.  But the electrons do not travel fast enough for that many events per second of time, at least not in my book. 

  5. Nor is it necessary to tap that line more than 5000 times each second in order for us to behold light at a constant pace. The light within our homes turns off and on 3,600 times each minute, yet we do not notice it.  Only when we go to 50 cycles, or 3,000 events per minute does the light seem to flicker for its on-off repetition. 

  6. A line may be able to contain 428 trillion events, but even by presumption a million is already bright enough, or if by the explosion of an atomic bomb we are bombarded with a trillion events per second on each line of light it might permanently blind us, and burn our skin.

MATHEMATICS

  1. If we have a distance of 7000a, and we require but 1a for a momentum into the angular, the ratio is 1 to 7000.  But it must be less than the diameter of the atom.  As then I mentioned a division by 100,  to make it 1/700,000, let us see where that leads. 

  2. The 428+ trillion divided by 700,000, comes to 612,244,898 angstroms per second, and divided by 3.14, to a number of revolution at 194,892,451 per second.  That then comes to 3.67m/minute, or 220m/hr.  Indeed the slow pace as I surmised.

  3. I however do not feel right about this, since somewhere it tells me that the factor should be in seven, how thus for a 7000a wavelength it should come to a division of 1000, making it one in seven million. and likewise for a 4000a length, by 1000, to come to a division 1/4,000,000.

  4. In that division the 428+ trillion in 7,000,000 comes to a velocity of 61,224,490a/sec, by a revolution of 19,498,245. that in minutes comes to 0.367 meters, or 22 meters per hour.  

  5. The electron thus at any instant of an invert momentum passes that point nearly twenty million times each second, and divided by the factor of 7 in 1000, comes to 2,785.   Meaning there are still 2,785 passes for that instant of the angular invert momentum.

  6. If on the other hand we take the 7000a length and divide it by 10,000 we arrive at 0.7 angstroms, which is more than sufficient for an invert move, that would place the division at 7000 times 10,000 to 70,000,000, that then comes to a velocity of 6,122,428 angstroms for the invert move, with the revolutions at 1,949,824, that then comes to 2.2 meters/hour.

  7.  We may be speculating on some things, but not all of our reasoning is speculation, and perhaps someone other than me may have a better solution, or mathematics.  I then deem some figures to be high, but not impossible nor unwarranted, like when the lightning strikes at such high angular momentum, it even drives the nitrogen atoms to produce light-waves, atoms that usually do not produce light, although conduct it.

  8. In the 4000a length, the computation comes to 750, trillion lengths which in the division of 1/4,000,000 comes to 187,500,000a in velocity, with the revolutions at 59,713,375.  That is  1.125 meters/minute, or 67.5 meters/hour.

  9.  While then these velocities vary for temperature, by which also the varied wavelengths are produced, it is a fair estimation in our findings since we did take a known wavelength of light for its measure both in length as well as in amplitude. Also if electrons moved at the speed of light, there would be no length to any wave, for a 2pm angular the length would also be 2pm, instead of 7000a or 700,000pm.

  10. And yet, these figures and estimations serve but the type of invert moves that we make with radio waves, which operate on a molecular level, as well as some of the longer than light waves on the atomic level.  

  11. This I say because on page 64, I plan to go into a more defined process whereby light and other waves are produced, a scenario that is more realistic than anything spoken of before.

RELATIVE ANGULAR MOVEMENT.  (RAM)

  1. Ram has its reference to what we normally refer to as "thermal radiation," or "heat." Radiation then is a conductance that radiates out and away from the source, wherefore case in point, ram does not have its reference to thermal radiation, but to the heating action that takes place within the source.  To thus in a principle fashion define how and by what this is accomplished.

  2. When two or more angular momentums are competing for equilibrium the contest raises their momentum to higher rates. That in so many words is "ram."  Another way of stating it is; "to rattle their cages."  

  3. That figure of speech then is a fairly accurate assessment by which heat is promoted. And if we consider how magnets are pushed apart by their movement in opposite, so the ram is manipulating the movements of the atoms.

  4. By process of elimination, when for example we heat an iron bar what is taking place? It is often said that the iron becomes heated by the vibration of its atoms and/or molecules. 

  5. This for a fact cannot be true, since a vibration of these parts is that phenomena by which sound is heard and created. If therefore no sound is heard from the iron bar, the cause does not lie in vibration.

  6. Then it is said that: "Many different energies can be converted into heat energy," which of course is correct, only I am not in the habit of using that terminology, since it states no more than that many motions can be converted to heat motion. 

  7. It as such does not specify the cause.  Where then it is said that by these many motions as energies the heat is increased by increasing the speed of its molecules, there is only a partial truth since it should include atomic parts as well.

  8.  The question then becomes: "How fast do these molecules have to move to get to a red or white hot bar?  When air is heated the molecules demand more room, and that demand could not reside in the molecules alone, since these equally depend upon their atoms, as in fact they are atoms in compound form.  

  9. When water is heated to the point of steam, we can-not put the blame on just the molecules since these are nothing more than 3 atoms bound together.  And for their greater spacing, which they demand, they are - unlike its liquid state, - quite compressible as well, by which we drive our steam locomotives.

  10.  A metal bar then when heated retains its integrity, unless it becomes so hot to melt. Yet where in that bar are the molecules seen to move at high and higher velocities? 

  11. If the molecules in a heated metal bar are to move swiftly, the metal bar would disintegrate long before it reaches any kind of melting point. Nor does it expand like as water expands to steam.

  12. Wherefore the cause to heat cannot be in vibration, nor in the movement of molecules. The fact that molecules may be seen to move in gasses is simply because they are free to move for greater room to breathe within.

  13. Then we go to a rather inconsistent statement, that the more energy you place in a mass the more heat may be generated. That statement as such is not altogether untrue, but it is like a politician, it does not tell us anything constructively.  

  14. If then the statement goes like: "Thermal radiation is the transfer of energy by electro-magnetic waves,"  that mind you is partially correct, since any wavelength in one way or another produces the relevant movement (or energy as man prefers it) by which heat is brought forth. It should then read; "Is one of the means by which transfer of, etc.

  15.  Here then it is spoken of "radiation," in other words - speaking of the torch with which to perform the heating process, it does not convey the manner, nor the cause whereby heat is produced. 

  16. Then as we look at a animation made of the atom here below, where the rings keep turning around, like unto cycling, that ideal is not realistic since the rings serve to bond atoms one to the other, wherefore any ring that serves in bonding remains fixed, lest otherwise the connecting atom would also have to spin around. 

   

  1.   For a more constructive representation Figure 62-7, the two atoms A, and B, are, like in all substances, set in a grid, be they rigid or pliable. The two so shown are bound together by the three major categories of movement that I mentioned earlier. 

  2. The solid circles around them then is to depict their outer circumference in which they operate, and with their interspacing at harmony with one another.

  3. Then we take a torch to heat them, which in essence is to introduce a higher degree of movement, that being a more accurate statement than to say velocity, for while velocity is indeed the culprit, it lends itself better to linear movement, unless specified otherwise.  

  4. That higher movement then being conductive to all other movement, raises the angular momentum of the orbiting atomic parts that in effect causes them to take on a larger orbit, as illustrated by the broken circles.

  5. This in some manner affects their bonding while simultaneously these attempt to expand. If then these atoms are part of a gaseous substance they do indeed expand, as we know from the fuel within our automobile engines. 

  6. If on the other hand they are part of a piece of wood, they are going to dislodge themselves which we call burning. In a steel bar however the strong grid resists their expansion, and they are bound to accommodate themselves within a smaller spacing.

  7. The ideal of what is taking place upon these atoms, and their typical movement by coordinates, may be said to be an alteration of it, something in the nature of acting out of their normal sequence.  

  8. A competition in the angular formats is taking place by which - as were it friction - they are driven to an even higher degree of movement, and altering the coordinate and/or directions of movement to varied degrees.

  9. This for all its complexity I came to call; "relative angular movement." And to define these three terms, it is relative since it cannot exist singularly by just one atom, unless it was an unstable atom to begin with, where it does occur, and by which we come to generate electricity in our atomic power-plants. 

  10. It then is - in and by - the angular's in the movement of which that takes place, for which reason that term of "angular" is used.  Then for the term of "movement," the logic is obvious, yet more so since nothing is ever known - as in felt - unless it is by - "a change" in movement. 

  11. Our speed with mother earth around the sun at some 15 km/sec is not noticed, unless we were to come to a stop, or accelerate.  When taking off in an airplane we do feel the inertia upon us in the "change" of velocity.

  12. In the same then - we feel the change in velocity of higher movement when we warm ourselves by a fire. And so the word "change" is imperative here that is thus inborn with the term "relative," since that term is to convey that so called - out of normal sequence, - as in the changing of one movement to another.  

  13. The two ovals, as atoms in the angular, is to depict that scenario with the large V, denoting the ram placed within them as well as their alteration to velocity and direction of.

  14. In a nutshell, the factual term for heat thus becomes - "in change of."  And why should that be so strange since everything else in nature becomes known to us - "in change of."

  15. The cause to heat thus is not in atoms or molecules having within them the worm to become jumping beans, nor in applying pressure upon them to vibrate to the tune of our orchestras, and the lovely voice of a soprano singer,

  16. But in the changing of movements in the interior, which for the degree thereof can keep them intact, warming ourselves by it, or come to a melting point of their structures, as well as that welcome expansion which we use within our internal combustion engines.

  17. Oxygen them is also one such agent by which alterations are made, even within our bodies to keep us alive and well at a set degree of temperature.  If that ratio is altered, we as we say, will come down with a fever.  Then again, is it not Oxygen as the agent imperative to be utilized for most combustions to take place.

 RAM TO INVERT MOMENTUM

  1. Waveforms are born by imposing upon the lines of 3M.  We do so with radio waves bringing the oscillation of atoms and/or molecules to such frequencies.  

  2. This is by way of ram, or some other means to bring an invert spike upon it, that then by its alteration upon the line travels along with the 3M, at its speed in the amplitude that was placed upon it. These may be from centimeters to kilometers long.

  3. It then takes more than a single electron at some increase in its velocity and distance from its core to make for any wavelength the likes of light.  

  4. It may promote some gamma rays as I believe they are called, the local atomic discrepancies, (a term I prefer to use over vibrations, since vibration promotes sound, and if no sound is heard, there is no vibration, but either oscillation, ram, or near invert misses instigated by the former two.)   

  5. In this therefore I call our physicists to be in error, that it is not from lone electrons within a single atom by which those much larger than any single atom wave formations may be set forth. 

  6. Another example of invert moments is with a tungsten wire in a light-bulb, where the electrical potential is raising the atoms to an exited state of thermal agitation, that in principle comes about by an "angular oscillation of sort, which I came to call "Relative Angular movement," abbreviated RAM, or, one could simply refer to it as - rattling their cages., a statement effectively hitting the nail on the head.

  7. Then there are our toasters, a metal that poses a resistance in conducting the current, resulting into an agitation of their structural parts (atoms), which for their low internal movements, it being no more than a resistance - promotes only the longer wave-lengths visible to our eyes, for which reason the wires when energized appear red in color.

  8. By the effect of ram atoms are thrown together or in some manner oscillate, wherefore to once more illustrate a possible scenario whereby an angular twist may be formed into a line of the 3M, so that it may serve for light to our beholding.

  9. By figure 62-8 assume atom M, to be either stationary or driven upwards, while atom N, by an impulse is driven downwards.  Line S therefore takes on the angular as shown into direction Y.

  10. That direction then as S continues passing the atom is not straight on, but everything being three dimensional, and the impulse itself being angular, line S comes to encircle the atoms as depicted by S1 to Y1.  We could envision S1 in coming upon the atom to receive a blow with the hammer, only the hammer is another atom, or movement of an atom.

  11. As then I said atom, the outer circumference of any atom consists of so called electron rings, wherefore in that respect I will grant man his wave production by electrons. One must however remember that there are cores, a nucleus behind that electron, wherefore again it is not in any electron alone.

        

 

  1. When gasoline is burning it produces light, since at that instant the atomic rings are turning fast enough to produce the required angular formats at frequencies, or lengths known for light.

  2. Then again while we know the tungsten wire in a lamp to be red hot, and it radiates those red wavelength, along with all the others, these waves presuming them to be very hot, are not hot at all, nor even cold, nor anything in the nature thereof.  

  3. Their movement through the air, in passing all those many nitrogen atoms, it finds no terminal upon which they may be arrested, or selectively dissected.  

  4. So thus what happen to the heat of that red wave once it left the tungsten wire?  We know it was hot enough to burn your fingers upon, yet in penetrating our eyeballs we sensed none of that heat.  

  5. Here then we come again to "RAM," how heat is ram, and that without ram there is no heat, and our red wave as it passed through air and into our eye was not effecting anything in the way of ram, nor was it ram.

  6. (As thus movement in one way is sensed by us as heat, it on the other hand is sensed as no heat at all. The light in our eye does not burn us, the movement of cold steel is sensed as cold, but with a constant change in its relative movement that cold steel is noted as hot.)

  7. Still, that same red wave when making contact upon any substance through which it cannot pass, it in dying, or being arrested, to some degree did rattle the cages of that substance. Light therefore does serve as a torch to produce ram, evident from the warmth which the light of the sun produces upon the earth.   

  8. And since light is never arrested by any Oxygen, nor Nitrogen atoms or molecules, it does not heat the air, but rather the surface of the earth from upon all the substance not allowing it to pass in whole or in part.  

  9. Therefore our atmosphere is heated from the bottom up, and the more wavelet are brought upon any square area, the greater the ram will be, resulting into a higher temperature. 

  10. We must also remember as I said before - "movement is conductive," that works both ways, any colder part or slower movement will tend to increase the rate of movement of the higher, while the high tends to increaser the lower, something we call the law of equivalence, or equilibrium. 

  11. Conservation of energy thus, as man fancies himself, is none existent, but it applies more to Newton where he stated that for every action is an equal reaction, by which momentum may be conserved. If looked upon in that way we may have our so called conservation of energy.

  12. Then there is the example in forming water molecules by a mere spark into a mixture of hydrogen and oxygen.  In that scheme there is a tremendous expansion under great pressure, which then collapses upon itself.

  13. As I should well know when a small amount of it blew the lid of my large container clear over my four bedroom house, and missed me by at best two feet.  I however never even saw it fly up as fast as it went.

  14. How thus did that limited quantity of these two chemicals, that were not under pressure expanded so greatly if not for the greater movements that proceeds - from and by - their fundamental movements?  

  15. They as we know do produce wavelengths, and their typical chemical coordinate, both of which are movement over and beyond.  And while that may not be so from any single atom, by numbers of - in unison they do.

FINALIZING LIGHT

  1. We should now be ready for a final step utilizing illustration figure 62-9 for a visual aid. When an electrical current is turned off, the coordinate of it leaves immediately, since it can only subsist when tied to its source

  2. This can be a generator, a battery, or a capacitor all serving as a source. The same is true for light, and then - not again so depending on how one looks at it.

  3. The source of light rests in the atoms, but once an angular into the circumference is instigated, it no longer is tied to these atoms, the bosom from which it came forth, yet it remains tied to all the other atoms it encounters in its path. 

  4. In other words, it was born from the media, and it remains dependent upon the media, only in that way thus the saying is correct - to remain tied to its source.

  5. Furthermore, in reference to the illustration, when the line of 3M receives it angular moment from and upon the atom, it as such is no longer connected to the line - in the illustration noted as B.  

  6. As therefore that circular segment is taken down the line by the 3M, it is essentially like an independent agent on the move, with its trailing end also no more than the length that mathematically corresponds to its angular moment, which then again varies by the different densities through which it passes.

  7. If per example the atoms of its creation, its source, produced only one such angular moment per second of time, that single entity as such in that one second, would be found nearly 300,000 km further down the line with none other in between. 

  8. And yet by all the atoms in its path for all those many kilometers that angular moment may be arrested as it came passing by.  The moving force thus is the 3M taking down the line as a coordinate for any atom to follow upon if called upon.

  9. One example may be given with a shock-wave moving through water. The shock-wave moves at the speed of some 500 mph, while it does not take a single drop of water along with itself.  The water at the bow of the wave merely rolls in circles, after which it dissipates. 

  10. Yet before the water at that mile number one came back to its own restful self, the wave caused the waters ten miles further up to roll, and within the hour 500 miles further down the line.

     

  1. With light, the angular moment of the wave being dependent on the media, riding by it, is displayed in the haze or apparent water on a road-bed, the difference in temperature, it being a bit warmer at the road than higher up, away from the road-bed.  

  2. By the illustration figure 62-9, as the line of light passes from 6 O'clock, to 7 and 8 O'clock, it continues straight on since the spacing of the atoms is equal. 

  3. While then it is to make contact upon atom L, at its 9 O'clock mark, it is no longer there, but further away by virtue of the higher temperature upon the road-bed.

  4. Shall it then pass straight on to the 12 O'clock mark at atom L, or not rather continue by the dictates of its two factors of movement, and regardless of the greater spacing it continues upon atom L, by its 9 O'clock mark?  

  5. The result as we know is, that it follows its dictates, with these two exceptions, that for one it is stretched (red shifted) and by virtue of it, (if and when coming in some angle) heads for a slightly different direction.  

  6. It then is that different direction by which the haze is seen rather than the road-bed, since we in our low angle looking at it, are not looking into a straight line anymore, we are observing the turn, (also said as its last point of contact).   

  7. When on the other hand the light strikes a much denser media as depicted on the bottom of the illustration, it finds those atoms to be spaced much closer together, and immediately it again follows its dictates by law of the two factors of wave movement, blue shifting itself, and taking more time to pass for distance in time.

  8. For it's constant of velocity however, by the 3M, it never slowed down at all, nor did it speed up in the former.  It in the denser media is simply making more time in place. Whatever therefore  the crest to crest measure may have been at Y, in the less dense area, is now X, a much shorter crest to crest measure. 

  9. We may be fond of utilizing waves by length in crest to crest measures, but no single wave adheres to our lack of comprehension, since these as such for any wave are a mere by-product, more rested in the calculus than in anything else.  

  10. If the wave entering the lower dense area in the illustration was one of a green color, it will remain for a green color when it passes through the denser area and exiting it.  

  11. To thus hold a crest to crest measure as the identity of a wave - is wrong and futile.  Its identity, for light and any other wave of the magnetic spectrum, is its angular moment.  

  12. And even that changes by shifts into the red or blue, yet when brought back to its original density, it will again display the angular moment of its birth. Just like a coiled spring returns after compression so light returns to its original.

  13. This then is about as far as I wish to go. For yes I know that there are many more questions, I am not the one to answer these.

LOOKING AT THINGS

  1. It is interesting to note how when we look at any material, like the picture below, we seem to be looking straight at a substance, while in fact we are beholding no more than movements since everything is constructed of parts in movement.  

  2. We therefore with movements are looking at movements, for in our mind we are decoding the particular angular movements that are emitted from the movements that make up everything.

  3. Are we then looking at a cat and a finger? indeed we are, but by movements upon movements.  So it is I said: Matter in motion by coordination

  4. And how very beautiful and marvelous the Almighty Lord made all this intricate nature of movements by movements to give us the illusion that there is a cat putting up his paws for a finger as were he about to be shot.

  5. I then said "illusion," since all that beauty is made so real by mere movements in coordinates.  This is something to think about, and how by it we come to wonder about the infinite wisdom that our Creator must have to create all such.

  6. And not make fools of ourselves to conceive as if these most intricate things came forth of themselves, to mention that accursed word of evolution, for which anyone to mention it in a positive tone, he or she will come to pay a dear price, a very dear price.

 

 

  1. What now I have done up to this point is; I have given man a rope, but failed to tie the knot.  If then the "why" is requested, it is for several reasons. In one, I am disenchanted in man, how for all these years even though I placed some priceless gems before them, none had a word in reply. Nor so I gathered did they have the know-how to answer.

  2. While then I could have been more informative, especially for the obvious question I know man will ask, I elected to conceal that which I thought not fit for man in his pride and arrogance. 

  3. If I am indeed the fool and crackpot as they slandered me with, I am pleased to boil them in their own pot instead.

  4. Centuries from now, some in reading my words may correlate that which I have presented and bring it to conclusion, if so the Lord will grand them the knowledge and ability.

  5. Finally, as we search matter in motion by coordination, allow me to present this wisdom, and not ever to forget it: "Incomprehensible is what truly exists."  (And I do mean incomprehensible.)

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