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Old 01-27-2012, 07:39 PM
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GYROSCOPES UNRAVELED
Article by Aaity Olson July 2003

Reference ebook: ALCHEMICAL MANUAL for this MILLENNIUM, Vol 1

When we read about the theories of new Symmetric Field Physics it is easy to suppose that tori (plural for torus) in space have something to do with gyroscopes.

There are a lot of articles on the internet about gyroscopes. They are pretty interesting toys and tools. They play around with gravity in ways that make you aware to some powerful forces in the medium of space, like centrifugal force, like gravity’s force pulling downward, like weight and possibly centripetal force. New mechanics can be
tested by taking the experiments that we already know about and trying out new ideas that can be applicable to everyday experiences.

To understand new Symmetric Fields Physics anyone can go to the lengthy free html ebook on the web Alchemical Manual for this Millennium Vol. 1:index.html and try to tackle the new cosmic-force premises set forth. Although it is an easy presentation of the big picture of how space-time energy works, it challenges many ideas we are already comfortable with. How can such a tome be summarized? It can’t. But here is a go at it: All the stuff that fills up the distances between the stars and also the distances between tiny parts of atoms and molecules is filled with energy. That energy contains all the power of forces anywhere. (Some people are now calling this zero-point energy or scalar energy.) This energy is divided into two parts, one part that EXPANDS upon itself and one part that CONTRACTS to itself. These parts combine into a sphere where the center point is the part that contracts (called TIME) and the stuff within diameter of the sphere is the part that expands (called SPACE). One part cannot exist without the other, yet, they are equal and opposite by nature. These sphere are everywhere and can be of any diameter, all overlapping. They pack together as corpuscles if they are of the same size and speeds. When they are packed together they look like a checkerboard because each corpuscle has a space-predominance or a time-predominance. Packed together they take on shapes like crystals and cubes. They sit or move side by side because a motion in one corpuscle must balance its equal and opposite partner. All this, (and more), leads up to the idea the when any particle or object (Time Field predominant)exists or moves in one direction it will always have a torus around it made up of Space Field predominant, equal and opposite energy, that mirrors the action. It is that energy torus which causes momentum and inertia.

Skipping over a lot of important aspects of the space-time continuum fields, we want to examine how space-time field energy responds to a child toy top, the working part of any gyroscope. Picture in your mind how a boy winds a string around a toy top, fastens the end of the string to his finger and throws the top out to the pavement, spinning for all its worth. The top spins on the pavement on its metal point tip long enough for the boy to enjoy and wonder about forces that seem to make a joke out of gravity. The top does not fall down, but swirls upright on its tip. There are a lot of forces and counter-forces at work there. There is the downward force of linear gravity holding both boy and top to the ground. There is the force of the boy’s throw. There is the force that keep the top spinning for just a little while. There is the force that holds the top spinning perpendicular to the downward force-lines of gravity. So, now, we can talk about another space-time force going on at the same time.

Bt the way, Symmetric Field Physics, asserts that gravity also forces its way up from the center of the earth, as well as down to the center of the earth. It also points out that gravity is not the exact same force as the space-time field and that they overlap their functional forces. Einstein supposed that gravity is a distortion of the space-time fields. Symmetric Field Physics asserts that the two forces co-exist, along with other specific fields. Symmetric Field Physics will say that the corpuscular fields around earth are not moving around very much, they are stable, while gravitational forces (up and down) travel like a river. The stability of the orbital space-time fields allows us to see light and move about in an environment where things are spatially and temporally related in a consistent way.. Mechanical laws can be exercised over and over meeting our expectations.

Here we have the boy’s colorful top spinning around and around. We are talking about motion in our environment, motion like a ball being thrown here to there. Yes, lets talk about that because the ball being thrown is in a straight path, (more or less). If a ball (any particle) travels a straight line, carrying with it the remainder of the force of its throw, it will have a space field MOTION- TORUS around each of its parts and around all of its integrated parts. This bigger torus is an overtoned torus made up of all the other smaller motion-tori.

What does that torus look like? Has anyone seen it? It is invisible, but everyone has felt that force. If you could see it, it would look like a fat rubber automobile innertube with pressure inside, the kind kids use at the old swimming hole, except that the center hole would be as small as the particle it surrounds. As each particle traveled forward the torus would suddenly appear around that motion with its inside spinning at the exact same speed in the opposite direction. It would look like a donut that could somehow continually turn itself inside out. Then it would be noticed that a secondary spin of a slower speed would turn the innertube like a wheel. This spinning torus around the tossed ball does not travel with the direction of the ball, instead it moves outward perpendicular to the motion of the ball. It is like a ring spreading outward with a greater diameter. The space “innertube” has equal pressure all around it. It has a current running through its middle in a circle. As the ball speeds along, one after another of these tori are created in the fields and left behind to spread and dissipate in ever enlarging spins. Because these motion-tori have space field expanding pressures all around inside, the traveling ball cannot make a turn away from its set course. To make a turn it must have additional energy applied to the outside to destabilize the tori. This is true on your ball field or between the star in outer space. Just think, if someone took blown up auto inner-tubes and thrust them down over your body, one after another until you were covered with tightly packed inner tubes, you would have a hard time bending over. That is why “something traveling in a straight line tends to keep to that straight line of travel”. We call that centrifugal force. Furthermore, these tori actually begin to form in front and in back of the traveling object. It serves to keep the travel going by pulling forward and especially by pushing from behind. Pressure that has built up inside the tori clamp down behind the object as it passes by, thus adding to its thrust. The pressures “squeeze” the object forward from behind. This is called momentum. You notice it especially if you are trying to dock your boat after speeding up to the pier. Water from behind is making it difficult to stop the boat.

FIGURE 1A shows how a torus looks in perspective in relationship to an axis of motion. FIGURE 1B show a torus as you look down on it and how space field circulates within a any torus.
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