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 Model

    SCIET Resources

SCIET Triangularities Model

The SCIET is a mathematical form that can be modeled by school children with folded paper. Draw four equilateral triangles on a piece of paper so that they can be cut out into connected triangles, and then folded together to make a tetrahedron. Make twenty copies, cut, fold and glue to make twenty tetrahedrons. Then join them all on a single corner point.

The resulting form illustrates that twenty stable forms can be joined to create a semi-stable form. Note that the edges diverge at a constant angle to create a corridor between the solids delineated by the five edges. The important part here is that it is not a form, but a process that is being illustrated, a process based on the geometry of space as defined by awareness reaching out from the center.

The illustrations below show the image of the PDF file that can be downloaded by clicking. When these are properly cut and assembled the serve as teaching tools for the SCIET.

tetmodel1   tetmodel 2

The Tetrons are represented as paper tetrahedrons for illustration purposes only.  When assembled they are open on one of the four sides so that the paper brace can be inserted using the rubber band to create an oppositional set.



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