Copper Isotope Alignments

[This is a very advanced document. It is recommended one first become familiar with the NMR Fractals Document , and as well the technical basics of NMR gyration The Basics of NMR .]

With the discovery of the NMR table values for a zero point magnetic fieldNMR Fractal Chart , a background state of the elements in free space, as powered from the outer boundary of the universe, it was noticed that we can now cut a specific length of copper wire and align all the nuclear spin states in any angular direction we would choose to calculate on the length of a wire or a tube. With the further discovery of the 33 degree cone patterns Elementals which will set up three more coupled lengths off the height, cone side length, cone diameter, and cone circumference, we can also fix other angles on a length of copper wire for different spin alignments. Walter Russell Cones . There is now the possibility to formulate a method to generate power from the nuclear levels of the copper itself and turn the copper into a battery.

The Challenge

Copper has two independent Isotopes, and either can be controlled separately yet simultaniously using resonant fractal lengths. A new goal was realized.
In previous experiment, we verified, both can be aligned into one angular alignment using the sum of the two Isotope resonant lengths.
Now we will move instead into the operation of vector addition techniques.

Cu Isotope Adjustment Diagram

Is there a way to set the two isotopes in a geometric divided alignment, such that the copper itself can become a source of electric current?
We adjust the two spin angles to operate against one another by calculating a resultant vector between the two and cut the length of the copper to that value, fixing the angle of separation between the two isotopes via a resonance length. There is more then one way to use vector addition, however consider we want the two spin angles to cross at one consistant angle, through all the atoms inside the copper element.

Angle of Separation

A few different angles of alignment were considered here to set the two Isotopes at angle with respect to one another, and tables were calculated using geometry to accomplish this task.
The spreadsheet below, was set up with 90 degree and 33 degree separations, for testing with SS Calipers on a copper tube.
The upper calculation table used the abundance value times the Isotope length as the height of the 33 degree cones.
The lower table uses only the raw Isotope value. Ratios are compared between all the different cone segment lengths for each Isotope, as the angle of spin can be manipulated using any one of the segmented values.

In 90 degree manipulation we calculate the sum of the squares, then take the square root.

Spreadsheet 1

NMR Spreadsheet  [OpenOffice.Org]

Of notable energy, using a SS caliper, the 33 degree alignment seems to offer the closest feeling to an electric field.
Across the bottom are the segmented values starting with 41.0549 mm moving to the right with longer multiple lengths.
This geometric calculation is shown below.

33 Degree Separation Angle Vector Geometry 

Copper 33 Deg Isotope Separation

Note that a sum of all the angles in a triangle must add up to 180 degrees. The two Isotope frequencies are represented by X and Y, and the differential frequency will be Z the unknown manipulator alignment.
Using two equations combined simultaneously, we determine the resultant length Z for any angle we might choose to set up between the Isotopes,. In the diagram above 33 degrees was the choice.
You can substitute any angle you would desire where you see 33, and this will alter the 147 as well, as all the angles must add up to 180 degrees.

Y = the longer NMR value = 94.584    (Cu65)       Abundance 30.83
X = the shorter NMR value = 88.297   (Cu63)       Abundance 69.17
Z = the angular adjustment value to hold the two in a fixed relationship at 33 degrees of separation

Z = 41.0549 mm [See spreadsheet above, bottom line]

A piece of copper accurately cut to a length of 41.0549 mm or cm will set up this angular skew between the two Isotopes in the copper atoms, and create a spin against spin torque inside the copper.
Some vibration will be output from the copper, originating on the nuclear levels.
Since we are using NMR vectors, it may be an electrical or magnetic charged result.
Remember, these NMR length do not need any external field applied to them or the angle will be dislodged to align with it instead.

The Z vector will be running the length of the copper element, and both x and y will align to one side of the length and spin against one another on the diameter and circumference values of each.

Note also the Y atoms, will appear every 30.83 percent of all the atoms, and the X atoms will be 69.17 percent of all the atoms in any length of copper cut on planet earth.
This is found in the NMR table and listed as Abundance in percent value.

The two spin forces will not be equal, due to abundance issue. This may be a good thing, and hopefully it will create a low frequency oscillation as the two beat against one another.

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[Watch for further experimental trials.]