TO BE CONTINUED....
As explained in the previous post, Walter Russell states that atoms are single units made out of rings. All of these single units combine, in every octave, to make spiral atomic systems like the nebulae of space, or carbon in an octave, or a loop of force in an electric current.
All atomic rings collide to unite four pairs of them into one sphere. Only when mated pairs unite you have a system. A system has a central sphere (or sun) and it will throw of rings as a result of a dying process. Carbon is a system. It is not a nucleus and it does not hold the system together. It wants to explode like everything else in the Universe, because dying requires no energy. The surrounding cold of the zero universe is resisting that explosion. Carbon will cool gradually and dies as it cools.
There is no force of any nature which holds a system together by an inward pull. Nature does not attract, nor does it repel. It compresses within a vacuum and the vacuum restores its normality. Electricity creates tensions which the universal vacuum releases from tension.
To understand how a vacuum, or a change of
pressure, can inflate look at the next video. It shows how a change in pressure
(in this case lowering pressure) will inflate a balloon. Nature is doing the
same way by constantly changing her pressure zones. Pressures in electric
matter are dominated by the geometry of space wave-fields, which are based upon
Walter Russell explains many times how those inflated (and deflated) rings or tori are like tires:
"Nature creates her atoms the same may that you would compress air into a tire. It is hard work. You pump it in from the outside toward its middle. Then you put a cap on it to imprison it. ... It is an electrically compressed ring with a hole in it. Nature has to seal her compressed rings to imprison that compression, just as you do, but the cap she uses to seal them is the eternal cold of space which encases every one of them with a frozen crust."
"Pump air into a deflated tire. The more you pump the more you compress. At first it is like having one turn of wire around a big hole. The more you pump the greater the potential and heat you create. The pressure you put into it desires to escape. It, therefore, forms a dense ring inside the tire but your first thrusts of pressure seek the outside of the rim in their desire to escape. The more you compress, the greater the density, heat and potential. Its increase is in the inward direction. Bear in mind the fact that you are compressing from the outside inward. You are not attracting it from the inside. The inside is always explosive."
Because pressures in electric matter are dominated by the geometry of space wave-fields, it is interesting to look at the geometry of the wave as depicted by Walter Russell. In the following drawing, representing the wave geometry, you will notice that there are several spheres. The smaller ones have the greatest pressure. In the first drawing, the pressure is building up towards the rim and the center (wher the spheres are becoming smaller), giving maximal compression (and maximal radiation) in those points. This geometry will create a hot rim and a cold center.
An interesting thing happened when I transformed this drawing into a 3D image, which is showing the different rings as different pressure zones (as built up in a tire), and compared it with the wrinkled torus.
Both seem to have similar rings. This could mean that in radiating systems (that are made of pairs of rings pressed together) the outer tori are deflating, giving a wrinkling result.
Now the difference between the genero-active and the radiactive cycle is a direction: " The only difference is that the genero-active speed of compression is inward from the outside until maturity in carbon, and after that its radioactive speed explodes outward from the inside. In each case the inward speed of 186,400 miles per second is reached at the maximum point of life in carbon, and the outward speed is reached at the amplitude of the 9th octave, just beyond the transuranium elements, which is the maximum point of universal death."
So if you reverse the pressure in the wave geometry drawing so that the pressure is reversed, which can be achieved by changing the seize of the spheres, by turning the small ones into big ones, you will get the following. This geometry is creating cold rims and hot centers.
When seen in 3D you will notice that this looks more like a smooth torus on the outside without wrinkles (with a big sphere on the inside). The decompressed bigger spheres are less radiating and showing no symptoms of old age (wrinkles):
This will be continued with the drawings in an mp4 ....