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 Relationship

The SCIETline

The SCIETline is a Spacimetric measuring tool for point-to-point or one-on-one relationships.

The Stages of Creation
SCIET Relationship

This means that when considering any relationship between an object or objects it is necessary to imagine a line between the center of the object and any other object or objects being considered. This can get extreme when imagining very small dimensions such as quantum foam (Creation Substance) at the Planck scale (10^34 cm), or even at the Awareness Frequency Potential Level.

To understand this, it is useful to imagine that we are playing a game in two dimensions, or a center cross-section view of nested spheres.

On an empty paper we put two dots.

Now we want to measure all the space on the paper in relation to the two dots. Drawing a line between them we divide it in half and make a third dot at that point. The first two dots (A & B) we will call level 1 dots and the third dot (AB) we will call a level 2 dot since it is derived from the first two. It is a second generation  dot.  We can imagine that we are drawing circles around the points. Each dot really represents a point on the surface of a sphere. The first two circles have a radius that is the length of the line and the third is the radius of half the line.  We can continue doing this until we can no longer distinguish points from the minimum size of our marking instrument.  Between our first two dots we have a line that defines a series of concentric circles around all the dots but with a progressively larger concentration as we get closer to the original dots.

We can assume the existence of every length between each of the dots.

This describes a dynamic grid of two levels. Level 1 is the two original dots and level 2 is the dot created at their midpoint
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The illustration shown is generalized to show the SCIET Lines formed on the surface of the earth by humans in relationship.

The center value is the harmonic between them while the white line labeled BioG represents the biological grid created by the relationship of all humans on the planet. The resonance between any two is part of this larger grid.

The vertical white lines represent the SCIET line between the center of the earth and the universe that passes through the center of every thing and being on the surface of the earth, the Universal SCIET Line.

Vertical and horizontal SCIETlines are illustrated above.  This shows the resonant relationship between two centers that creates a third center between them that resonates in harmony with them both.

SCIETline Extensions

SCIETline Extensions are standardized references for the makeup of known materials.

Line of sight is a common  term that defines the Second Dimensional point-to-point relationship of SCIET Dynamics.

The center to center resonance begins with the lowest common denominator value, In SCIET Spacimetrics terminology it is the Universal Void value for matter or the Numeric Void for non-material SCIETs. It is also popularly known as the ``zero point"

In center to center relationships a single line can be used to define relationships anywhere within the spherical system. The increments of the radius are always convertible to spheric values.