The SCIET derives from a single measure, the Unitary Value of the distance between the center and the edge,  and defines all the space surrounding the center through equidistant angularities and subdivisions while retaining that definition of their existence together as a permanent record. The measure is as unlimited as the Awarness from which it came. There is no limit on smallness or largness except the speed of change itself.

The SCIETs spatial structure is a Resonance Map that can be illustrated by the use of twenty tetrahedral forms attached together at a single virtice.

The forms simulate the event horizon structure surrounding a tiny primeval single value blackhole, a continuing reaction of the void to the original charge intrusion. You might say that the SCIET is an isotope of black hole ``bubbles" that are  stimulated into existance by the presence of difference and stabalized by resonance.


SCIET Memory


Any evolving system establishes foundational values upon which the continuing growth must rest.

The Stages of Creation
SCIET Memory


In SCIET Dynamics these are called Causal Levels and the principle is called Causality. All levels can be considered causal levels to whatever descends from them, however the ``plasma event"  at the beginning of creation had twelve causal levels that continue to manifest their separtae realities.

Each moment of the Universe adds to
recorded history. This means that the universe is built-up from earlier events that serve as the foundation for the complex reality that we experience.

All points are SCIETs. Thus a polarity formed from resonance with a spherical center will progress through the space around it using SCIET alignments until it is parallel to its origin and in permanent orbit.

A SCIET interacts with other SCIETs that have
matching values. At the center of each proton exists a SCIET in relationship with those around it. The proton shell is made of SCIETorbit layers derived from the interaction with other proton center SCIETs.




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