|Bi-Radial Matrix Modeling the Harmonic Structure of Space-Time||
Radial mode low sampling rate
Repulsion mode with moderate sampling rate and asymptote symmetry
In essence the Bi-Radial Matrix is a geometric model based on initially two centers from which equi-spaced rays diverge. The geometric properties of the Bi-Radial Matrix correspond to the structures of repulsion and attraction fields as observed experimentally and in nature. It manifests as interference patterns. Alternate expressions include mathematical equations which parallel known equations of fundamental "forces" in nature. This is a nature based geometry.
Repulsion mode low sampling rate
Attraction mode with moderate sampling rate with cross sectional toriodal symmetry
Nodal mode with moderate sample rate
An additional feature to be shown later is rotation of either or both of the radial axis creating a dynamic system. The Bi-Radial Matrix is a geometric construction which exists independent of physical phenomenon and experimental observation and yet is co-extensive with natural laws relating to the basic forces and force fields in nature. The premise here is that the Bi-Radial matrix is highly useful as a geometric model of static and dynamic physical and animate systems. For more details see the next page in the drop down menu.