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toto wrote:42:4.5 Throughout all space, cold and other influences are at work creatively organizing ultimatons into electrons. Heat is the measurement of electronic activity, while cold merely signifies absence of heat—comparative energy rest—the status of the universal force-charge of space provided neither emergent energy nor organized matter were present and responding to gravity.
(473.5) 42:4.7 Temperature — heat and cold — is secondary only to gravity in the realms of energy and matter evolution. Ultimatons are humbly obedient to temperature extremes. Low temperatures favor certain forms of electronic construction and atomic assembly, while high temperatures facilitate all sorts of atomic breakup and material disintegration.
(473.6) 42:4.8 When subjected to the heat and pressure of certain internal solar states, all but the most primitive associations of matter may be broken up. Heat can thus largely overcome gravity stability. But no known solar heat or pressure can convert ultimatons back into puissant energy.
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YSMAEL wrote:It seems to me that the clustering or spreading of the ultimatonic components
of an electron is due to the axial velocities of each ultimatons.
Thu Dec 01, 2016 2:55 pm +0000
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YSMAEL wrote:I think a clustering of ultimatons produces one type of electron unit and a spreading of ultimatons produces another type. Maybe the ones with faster axial velocities cluster and the ones with slower velocities spread and maybe some combinations may produce other types also.
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Riktare wrote:I'm thinking about how you would build a physical model of an ultimaton. Why not take a cue from J C Maxwell?
I think you would need a rotary motor or fan of some sort that sweeps out an ellipse of outer dimensions 6 x 5. Is that the ratio of Paradise length x width?
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graybear13 wrote: My idea involves spinning pyramids.
Wed Dec 07, 2016 10:34 am +0000
toto wrote:graybear13 wrote: My idea involves spinning pyramids.
Have you considered spinning octahedrons? A perfectly symmetrical Platonic Solid.