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.


The Evolution of the Nervous System

Introduction to NeuroSCIET

Based on insights regarding the functions of SCIETorbital levels and layers the central nervous system is shown to operate through a series of field effects in ways that are similar to electrical motors. The environment is the stator and the nervous system is the rotor.

A body moving within a stationary field brushes past the scalar emmissions of everything around it. As it moves the matching field values seek to harmonize, creating momentum in the gross physical body, but the same forces stimulate the evolution of the nervous system in multicellular organisms

Existing as endless layers away from every center, the stator effect is based in layers of SCIETorbitals that are the result of every cycle. These layers surround the planet like an ocean. They are filled withclosed-loop information records, are the source of gravity and in their volume are regarded as a force.

Movement of molecular fields through these layers creates a circulating pattern, much like the opposing shores of a river create a pattern in the water at midstream. This underlying pattern becomes the template for the evolution of the nervous system as the organism evolves over time. This is the source of neuroSCIET, which deals with the evolution and function of the central nervous system based on the concepts of BioSCIET.

BioSCIET has introduced us to the idea of movement as the driver of memory and rudimentary third-dimensional consciousness beginning with amino acids. The evolution of single cell organisms follows after a great deal of process development including the ability to communicate between cells using resonance of higher values based on  pulsing of photonic fields. Lower value pulsing (molecular resonance) is used to attract or repel material.

NeuroSCIET extends the principles of BioSCIET to explain the central nervous system as the result of movement of the external, SCIETorbital-charge mind through an ocean of SCIETorbital charge effects in the environment.


The illustration above diagrams the effect of movement by an organism through space. Evolution of the ability to move through space searching for food derives from this effect.  The symmetrical development of sensory organs is due to this interaction of the anti charge layers. A wheel rolls because it is unopposed on top, but the fields of the cell are divided by the stationary layers on the left and right, forcing them to roll in two directions at once. The dual movement creates two centers that then establish the basis for the Third field.  After eons of evolution the separate halves use the incoming stream of sensory information to generate static discharge that provides the  charge needed by the electrochemical components of the nervous system.

The evolution of multi-celled animals created the need for a central nervous system.

The origin of life in the oceans may be due to a special condition of the Earth-based layers, since it is now known that water retains information after the molecular source has been separated. This may mean that the crystalline nature of the water molecule is combined with the salts to form a solution that functions as a reservoir of information.

SCIET Dynamics establishes a basis for the evolution of the nervous system as a result of stimulus from an environment filled with information-filled SCIETorbital Fields.

SCIETsphere formation is the basis of your experience of memory

The incoming sensory information is reduced to the size of the cell nucleus by the underlying accelleration of gravity.(height as the Unitary Value)

Our lattice bodies connect to our physical bodies through a sequence of compounded domains. The first is the molecular, the matter in our bodies that is attracted to the earth..
The process is used to store memories in your mind as well as produce shells for matter. Imagine that when light hits the back of the eye it begins the same process of being spun sequentially away from the center or ``bridge"  frequency potential  into an orbiting arc around the center. This occurs as the incoming information is reduced to culmination, establishing a new Unitary Value at the SCIET Magnitude which carries the entire information load to the next magnitude inward, smaller and faster, but identicle. 

Information from all the senses has both radient and reduction aspects, both of which are being managed by the Phi Resonance emerging from the cells nucleus. 

For instance the resonance of sound takes only one ten-thousandth of a second to span the ear on its way to the ear drum, but that is many times slower than the time it takes light to strike the fovea at the back of the eye on its journey into long term memory. In spite of this diffference the infomation entering longterm memory is coordinated with sight, sound, smell and feel. Somehow the nerves hold the visual information and assemble the entire package before it begins its journey inward as a Unitary Value or a stream of unitary values that can be recalled as a single instant of time. Simultaneously, the rest of the energy from the unitary value is a pulse that brdges into the frequency potential around  the bridging value and travels on the angularities into a parallel orbit.  This pulse emits photons when observed at the quantum level, but in the comparatively macro scale of the brain it is returned as vision on its way to becoming a Memory

The Lattice is created by the individual SCIETspheres that accumulate around everything that exists in space. So movement through space is movement through a sea of field relationships made of information-filled layers and the body is itself made of the same kinds of layers.

The sea is a good analogy for this idea. When an object floating on water moves, it parts and compresses the water in front of it so that it accelerates and moves to one side or the other.

Evolution provides that survival depends on how well the organism adapts to the environment so as to continue living. In practical terms we are talking about factors encountered by simple single cell creatures that were threatening to them and how they developed systems to survive that became the nervous system in complex multi-cellular animals.

As described in BioSCIET, all molecules exist as complexes of resonant SCIETspheres capable of memory and action.  This effect generates the nervous system through an ongoing stimulus/response caused by the use of forward motion to search for ``food".

 Spacimetric Definitions in NeuroSCIET

The spacimetric definition of a point extends away from its center in units equivalent to sub-quantum to plus-galactic lengths. Surrounding each point like invisible layers on an onion, these spacimetric values are each individual relationships with the center.

The individuality of these units can be likened to the air pressure that extends a balloon.  If you could blow up balloons one inside the other continuously so that each was always one thickness larger than the one inside of it, each would have to have its own air pressure to keep growing outward. This idea of ``air pressure" is symbolic of the relationship to the center that each lattice shell possesses.


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