Friday, April 29, 2011

Matter - Anti - Matter


When small spinning toruses combine and form a pile that twists, bends and eventually bites its tail to form a new larger Torus, than the direction of the curls can go in two directions in relation to the rotation of the base structure; Clock-Wise (CW) or Anti-Clock-Wise (ACW). This function is an addition to the 4  movement that come into play:

a. The individual toruses spin around their axis.
b. The group (basis) rotates around its axis, a small shift generates the twists CW or ACW.
c. The newly generated Torus, spins around its axis in CW or ACW direction.
d. The torus winds and crawls forward thanks to the bindings.


When comparing the CW and ACW motion this is where the formation can become an electron (-) or a positron (+) Matter or Anti-Matter.


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Annihilation


Annihilation is defined as "total destruction" or "complete obliteration" of an object; having its root in the Latin nihil (nothing). A literal translation is "to make into nothing". wiki

When an electron (e-) and a positron (e+) meet they unwind each other due to opposite twist-directions. Once un-winded the different parts can recombine in all kinds of different complimentary particle pairs.

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Twisting (Winding Up)


When taking the previous starting point of a torus generated out of a pile of toruses (Twisted-Torus-Rotor), we can see that when we have a small shift change that we get a twisted structure of winded-up coils. This way of winding-up entangles the different strings (piles) into one tight Toroid.

A 'twist' in the line forms a 'helix', and each helix acts as a propeller generating thrust and giving the torus the ability of converting rotational motion into forward motion, making it move through the Aether.

The more energy we apply by accelerating the Toroid, the more tight (compressed) it can get and the higher amount of twist it has -> more trust -> a more energetic particle body.

If the object is slowed down during particle collisions, than the number of twist can go down even to the point that one string is untied, detaching itself (shaken loose) from the Toroidal Group and curling itself up to its ground state, forming a new unique particle, and jetting away.

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Propeller Tip Cavitation

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Monday, April 11, 2011

Twisted Torus Rotor

A tryout of a 'twisted torus rotor' setup based on a previous post Synchronous Rotation Motion.



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