This Geometry keep coming to mind – as I read your email:
On Sun, Oct 1, 2017 at 8:36 AM, don mitchell <email@example.com> wrote:
David, here’s the windy email I asked if you wanted to read….
I was amazed to see your earlier image-version during our talk, like the output graphic you sent, except is was more ‘mature,’ looking like two spheres with the banding, separated by a small amount where a tiny hourglass resides. 1/r gravity model can’t do that with a planet at center. Particles accelerate and pass-through center to transform (over time, evolve over time) from one sphere to two spheres of banded surface element-density. First blush brings to mind that perhaps the ether matrix could host the transformation of a spherical charge (dielectric) into striated, dual spheres (dipole magnetism), with some separation. Just by iterating 1/r. Still amazed.
Here is the sunflower chemical-oscillator spiral auxin thing I had posted, in my Fibonacci page: http://portal.groupkos.com/ind
That is an excerpt from American Physical Society, ‘Synopsis: How Plants Do Their Math.’ What I explained isn’t there, as a chemical oscillator pulsing as a function of a growth-vector (auxin distribution affects growth per region). I either read it while researching, or imagined it.
Warning Will Robinson! Alien text approaching!
You asked how I would go about testing the star-collapse analogy (in copper). I talked about the conductive loops of a torus knot that are analogous to the rotating AND compressing, in-rolling, shrinking torus topology within the volume of the (spinning) collapsing stellar plasma medium, with plasma rivers as torus knots of some degree. A nifty sub-analogy happens between the thunderous sonic vibrations of the scalar (sonic) medium of the collapsing star plasma (extreme pressurized chaos), and the timing-noise within the rotary step-phase pulse-timing.
While I can test for natural resonant frequency in a torus knot, after mastering measurement technique on simpler circular loops, and radial arrays of loops slanted to the Villarceau angle (like that copper loop thing I built), I hope to investigate the higher-order sub-harmonics that are driven by the impulse of random thunder-claps of the star analogy – or in copper, the timing jitter of the phase-stepped pulse driver for the ring-array of resonant conductors. That is, when over-driven (thunderously), the copper resonator selects higher frequencies of harmonic multiples above the fundamental resonance, while all frequency components are simultaneously the same resonant topology (resonant magnetic topology assumes charge-surfaces (voltage patterns) created by induced dielectric charge).
If I continue to live long enough, resonant studies then tweak a sequence of data-driven design iterations/tests to illuminate what happens to a 3D resonant structure that has a magnetic disconnect within the resonant surface. That is the inner and outer loops that are magnetically disconnected in the orthogonal torus knot, when electrically juvenated. Will the square Phi knot achieve a level of resonance within the inner windings before or after the outer loops fall into a resonant dwell? Will both inner and outer knot windings have resonant frequencies (coherent structures) that are inter-related? Or have independent frequency-sets?
I hope to discover, in my penultimate pipe-dream, how to develop a resonator with a torus knot step-rotary array that energizes in bifilar fashion (self-cancelling current symmetry) to form a magnetic torus/vortex with a dielectric-charge center, while the coherent structure is encapsulated in an outer-charge of the opposite polarity. Some tricks required (a 2D skyrmion in a thin film at the torus plane, or in a metallic nano-crystal random surface, or such) to seed an normally impossible coherent structure (structurally-assisted strain-organized field assembly). The final versions of small coils may need power levels perhaps over ten thousand Watts to sufficiently overdrive a bifilar winding into dipolar resonance. Rather than chasing the higher wattage versions (needed for more power) with faster/bigger transistors, the spiral-wound capacitive-inductor patents describe how to develop a very-high-voltage push-pull resonator that can be controlled/switched/dialed by digital logic over common driver transistors, which logic is the ring-oscillator of the noisy rotary square Phi knot array thingie.
Oh boy. That’s a load. Thanks for asking 🙂
p.s If the radial velocity of the magnetic rotation of a square Phi device at scale produces a propagation of magnetic density change, per Znidarsic’s theory based on real, measured data, at or near to Znidarsic’s velocity (1.094 mega-meter-seconds), then nuclear field (matter near field) effects may emerge within the resonant field, which could be both disastrous and wonderful. Differently, the near field of the atomic matrix of a copper resonator may structuralize a magnetic resonance at one certain frequency, per the scale of the device. Aim: formation of a macro-giant 3D skyrmion (a magnetic vortex with a dielectric charge on center, a charge-carrying magnetic macro boson). This sums the most of my alien science career, minus the star mind stuff and assorted woo-woo subjections.