The Geometry of Spin

Document by David Lowrance 8 - 14 - 2021

Spin and the Tempic Electric Field

Diagram of spin

Wilbert Smiths description of the Electric field which contains a Tempic Field component.
Tempic field pressure is calculated as the frequency of a linear distance, and operates in platonic form vibration inwards and outwards. In a coil of wire this was termed the A field.

Electric Field adds a rotation to the line of the tempic field at 90 degrees to it, and creates spin.
Electric field containing both components is then calculated as the frequency of an area.

The E field velocity is near light velocity, so to increase the voltage component which is the area, we must increase the T field component to increase the area frequency. And indeed one can also make the connection between voltage and vibration frequency, using the proper sensing tools. One can actually learn to read a DC voltage using a caliper.

We all know we can add voltages using two voltages in series.
The part missing from our current technology is how to harness the Tempic fields convergent power to boost the Electric Field. Lets examine the math between these two forces, also remembering they set at 90 degrees to one another as vectors of tension. [tensors]

When we add two voltages in series we get the sum of both. When we instead double the T field vibration component the voltage will jump 4x, a geometric expansion of the area field. This effect has also been observed in various scalar coil arrangement using windings at 90 degrees to one another operating at specific frequencies.

Torsion Field Lock


Aton Diagram

It should become self evident that the ratios between the areas of the three circles, and between the diameters which are lines will be different by one order of geometric magnitude.

The Tempic field components between these three circles will have ratios on the right above.
Smallest to largest 1x ,  Sqrt 2x ,  3(Sqrt 2x)

The areas however will have ratios that are totally different.
From largest to smallest 1x , 1/9x , 1/18x

From this mathematics and geometry we begin to realize the difference between the two forces and how they interact. For instance the 1/9x is a basic take down field method, however the sqrt of 2 is a basic holding field. So in this case it is the Tempic field that holds this form together, while the electric fields basically cancel one another out. However between these two electric fields that should cancel is now a dense area of space where they are both active and and interactive.

We can now begin to apply Tempic Vibration fields to the electric field, in various geometric forms in order to increase a voltage interaction at atomic levels in copper medium.
The target of our added tempic field must increase the voltage vectors frequency by intersecting it's Tempic field component at 90 degrees to its electric field vector. If one has been setting up mediator fields of spherical design this should now be a familiar calculation.

If we now consider the spherical coil system, we can immediately see how vibration technology may be able to boost this transformer system above a cop of 1. As we add more inflow tension to the T field vector, the diameter of the sphere.

Density Sphere Diagram

In the density sphere model, the E field is in rotation around the surface of the hollow copper sphere.
Inside the coils is the A field tension, in alignment with the spheres diameter and passing through it's center point, or the center of gravity point of the sphere.

This should give enough understanding to begin experiments on adding power to the electric field from the Field Fabric using that transformer geometry.

If our understanding is correct, then our experiments will work.

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