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Pointtopoint
The PointtoPoint Principle states: All relationships are onetoone or pointtopoint.
The Stages of Creation SCIET Relationship


A point is related to the integral value of the metric it terminates. So a point means the start or end of a line based on a particular metric unit. Thus a single line can can be said to contain all the pointtopoint values possible within a given system.
In practical terms we are saying that adjustments between systems occur through measures from center to center in a common integral value based on a subdivision of the whole measure between them.
In the Illustration below we see two points (A & B) represented as two SCIETangles. On the right is shown a unifying third value (C) also derived from the SCIETangles positioned at the midpoint of the pointtopoint line
The illustration above shows SCIETangles configured to show the pointtopoint relationship


One of the early questions resolved in the search for the SCIET was the corkscrew path of light through space. It seemed to argue against the existence of a straight line between points in space. The corkscrew path is an artifact of the lattice or fabric of space acting through the SCIET and the concept of a straight line is valid in the pointtopoint relationships, that are the basis of the SCIET, because they emerge from the Void




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