The Pervasive Square
One of the oddities of nature that always fascinated me was the use of squaring and square roots in calculations of natural forces. I wondered what property of space and nature could make it such a pervasive requirement for equations related to physics and the physical sciences.
So when I set out to design an explanatory system I tucked that requirement away. It had to explain the Pervasive Square.
It is not such a hard problem after all. As soon as I started thinking in terms of a minimum unit of resonance for space, time and energy, the answer was right there.
Think about it this way. Everything in nature is already in a correspondent relationship. Everything has a gravitational value, the substrate constant (sc), a resonance value that pervades the space around it. When in constant relationship there is no obvious effect from one to the other, but when movement occurs, their gravitational effect adjusts to that change in position.
The adjustment to change in position uses squaring because everything resonates from shared values, so its a x a . Additionally each object is aprime number owing to its origin in the Substance and squares each prime, adds them together in order to find the lowest common denominator.
But each object is composed of layers and layers of values and every value resonates with its corresponding value to create a shared change described as the square of a value. .
So squaring is used to establish a functional adjustment value between two centers related to change in any natural value due to layer effects, such as gravity, pressure, heat, etc.
Squaring is pervasive because all objects share common values, beginning with the substrate constant (sc).
DMA May 2002
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