Walter Russell explains that nature creates her atoms the same way that you would compress air into a tire. It is hard work. 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. It is hard work like inflating a tire. You pump it in from the outside toward its middle. 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. That keeps the heat sealed inside, as it does to our earth. It does not need help to expand (outward explosion). It only needs help to be compressed (inward explosion).
The cubic wave field is the model Walter
Russell uses to show how a true sphere is completed at the junction point of eight cubes
where the octave wave ends at amplitude. This is where microscopic suns of
almost timeless duration are formed. Here also is where majestic suns of huge
mass and durations of billions of ages in duration are also formed, to function
as seed for borning of planets and lesser forms.
The master cube of Walter Russell is divided into 8 sections. In the middle of each subdivision an outward explosion starts which can be visualised as 8 spheres growing bigger. These 8 spheres will eventually compress the area between them and that implosion will create a sun.
“If similar balloons were inflated, they would touch each other at six points on their curved surfaces. To continue the inflation until empty spaces were filled would flatten those curved surfaces until they became six flat planes of zero curvature. That is what happens in Nature “ Walter Russell
The principle of implosion to start an explosion is also used in nuclear weapons. In this video that mechanism is also shown.
Nuclear weapons using plutonium are triggered by an implosion mechanism. A spherical assembly of conventional high explosives compresses a core of a plutonium compound to supercritical density. This implosion results in an outward explosion. The first device was exploded in 1945 in a location named the Trinity Site. The demonstration gives a highly simplified version of the implosion mechanism used because of the classification of some of the details.
The implosion geometry used is very important. It must be spherically symmetrical to high accuracy, otherwise ineffective preignition can occur. One known design is based on a spherical array of 32 explosives.