Gravity and Related Things

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This page began as an attempt to put the whole book on one page. That partial summary had a fair example of writing about gravity, fields, movement and inertia; so it was adapted for this longer summary of the keys to the theory.

Two mutually-exclusive situations can be resolved without necessarily having a water-tight argument: In a multi-dimensional space and time, humans have a place with only three dimensions where everything works sequentially. For many people time seems to have only one-dimension. Yet reality is like a multi-dimensional hologram; and time is really like is past, present and future blended with other times in parallel. An explanation, of how everything can work, is that when beings co-create in linear time then the greater reality adjusts, holistically and infinitely instantaneously, to accommodate the linear changes. For an infinite self-aware system which is conscious, the method enables infinite growth to be something to be looked forward to; otherwise infinite being would be infinitely boring!

In a three-dimensional space, Universes form because an exclusion-force field has areas which can share the same places by synchronizing cyclic multi-dimensional movements. Complementary variations, of at least pairs of exclusion-force areas, enable three-dimensional patterns to share places relative to patterns which must keep further away. Proximities vary linearly from concentric to being alongside and further. Imperfections in synchrony cause movements in directions according to imbalances within sets of variations.

Things in space can get smaller yet be in the same 3D position; by going away in a direction other than the first three. While in this way their patterns are getting smaller, their components are being replaced by other pressure-variation individuals which can come from anywhere; so the exclusion-levels of the more-complex patterns stay closely the same. This way, patterns share holistic changes in sequential time.

Within the overall exclusion-force field, between and within collections of dimensions, there are finite moving cyclic variations of pressure. These individuals are defined by the frequencies, phases and sizes of the harmonics of their components' oscillations. These multi-dimensional Fourier series are related to infinity in frequency, size and eternity in all directions. Individuality is defined by the lowest frequency which can be owned exclusively as the definition of the relationships between all the harmonics of all the components comprising the individual. The exclusion-force-field pressure variations have patterns of movements and presence multi-dimensionally; additional to their patterns in three dimensions.Zero-Crossing-Phased 4 equal harmonics Fourier Series

 The harmonics of all things vary in complexity; infinitely more than enough to describe individuality. Planet Earth, for example, could be described as a unique multi-dimensional Fourier Series for its distinguishing features and details. And within the harmonics of the individual events are the harmonics of the details of the whole of Creation.

Within the definition of the harmonics, of the constituents of a grain of sand, is a miniature definition of Everything. Every person has unique patterns and frequencies, close enough to be recognized as unique and as a person. Within the unique patterns, on a smaller scale, resides the definitions of everything else.


When pieces share the same places in space repeatedly, then their patterns of movements may be consistent enough to be observed in sequential time according to the observers' ability to perceive the patterns. Although Time is multi-dimensional, human perception and traditions, for example, co-create the illusions for time to seem to be one-dimensional.

The decorative illustration of a two-dimensional Fourier Series, here, has four harmonics related each an octave, double the frequency, above the next lowest; with two cycles of the fundamental showing, and double for the octave above... The harmonics are all exactly the same amplitude, size; and they are phased, synchronized, perfectly according to their zero-crossing points. Another diagram, below, is the same except for the phases being synchronized to their peaks. The emphasis on such perfect phase-relationships is because by shifting one's phase, just minutely, while synchronizing to something, enough components of that something can be diverted, into other dimensions, to change or eliminate it; which explains one method for believing in miracles.

For bouncing an expanding force-field away to somewhere else, the most-vulnerable point can be visualized at either the zero-crossing point, or the peak. At the zero-crossing point one visualization option has difficulty because at that point on a graph the rate-of-change, of direction, is the greatest. However, for some, the zero-crossing point is the best place to visualize being bigger than one's opponent; because in a multi-dimensional situation, the zero-crossing point is when whatever tries to get into our 3D, from somewhere else, it begins by not being here; so no matter what the size difference a tiny thing can change a massive thing. At the peak, on the other hand, an event is at its slowest rate-of-change...but either visualization is a good analogy and useful for miracles, chi and feeling peaceful rather than frightened.

Patterns move in 3D space because they are surrounded, in 3D and everywhere else, by other variations in the strength of the exclusion-force field. Tendencies to move happen because of asymmetrical variations in patterns; so they get pushed directionally by exclusion forces in 3D and beyond, rather than just having gravity which pushes almost equally in all directions.

All movement is because exclusion forces disallow pressure levels to exceed those of their surroundings. Things move out of each other’s way both because of 3D pressure-variation tendencies and multi-dimensional tendencies.

When two or more spherical force-field variations share the same place in three dimensions, then that variation-pattern, in that place, becomes less vulnerable to being forced to go to somewhere else. That's the basis of the structure of matter, energy and everything else in a universe.

Multi-dimensional oscillations can stack concentrically. The variations are polyphasic; the evenness of their comings-and-goings determine the type of patterns likely to additionally share the same space. Stable patterns have components which mix static contiguous relationships between spheres and variations between purely concentric and contiguous.

Magnetic Static

Patterns may be primarily variations within or outside 3D areas. Magnetic effects result from pattern imbalances outside the main three dimensions. Static effects are by events inside of the main three affecting 3D events. Most matter and energy types are mixes of static and magnetic pattern variations. Complex patterns tend to have a balance with a bias that's either static or magnetic; and most complex patterns can be influenced by things nearby, to exhibit static and magnetic qualities. The structures of simple patterns can display either static or magnetic effects according to the types of changes impinging from their surroundings.

Another way to describe static and magnetic effects is: Static effects are because patterns can share three-dimensional space contiguously. Magnetic fields are because patterns can share multi-dimensional space concentrically.


The illustration-analogy below is a cluster of static-related perfectly-magnetic spherical oscillations, all the same size and related to others perfectly contiguously — perimeter-to-perimeter. For this analogy the top and bottom (faded yellow) spheres look less solid; they represent places where other patterns can latch into (concentrically, contiguously and in between) to form a more complex pattern. Variations in stability happen as parts of molecules vary in size which varies the shape of patterns from being spherical and stable to complex unstable shapes. For the analogy here, except for the top-and-bottom faded yellow spheres, every sphere could be stable in 3D by having complex stable variations in multiple other dimensions; or the spheres could be all equal quantities sharing multiple dimensions with equal amounts of  which are move stable than systems with asymmetrical shapes. The illustration has perfect symmetry in 3D so it suits an analogy for how something can be stationary in 3D space, relative to being observed: it is not swapping parts of itself with the things it is related to because they are doing the swapping multi-dimensionally (so there is no movement between this object and those it is stable with).

A complex pattern usually has a balance, of being magnetic or static, rather than being one or the other. A pattern can change its magnetic-static balances when it's less-protected areas get occupied or exposed, by temporary spherical oscillations, causing heat/movement changes. A perfect sphere can be an inert substance by having a large number of spherical concentric oscillation patterns together presenting a uniform exclusion-force field area. In this theory, Helium's pattern is the closest to this perfect sphere. Things are never perfectly inert. No component oscillations are pure spheres; they all have harmonics, gathered from everywhere they've previously fitted in with; they take back to their host patterns these complexities which in turn attract complementary systems; so all molecules/things are forever changing in cause-effect sequences.

If the temporary oscillations are asymmetrical, then the pattern will move more in space, because the extra exclusion-forces are imbalanced. Often the structure, of patterns, is such that any additional bits of exclusion force tend to be added asymmetrically, so the heat characteristics of that type of pattern are to get hot or cold very quickly. Temporary additions cause heat radiation and heat-evidence molecular-movement characteristics; and these can also cause the pattern's balances of exhibiting static and magnetic tendencies. Components of the pattern may change from moving in 3D to moving between dimensions. Complex patterns can change shape in 3D; as the movements of its components change between happening in 3D space and happening in other dimensions.

Decorative collection of equal-size ballsGravity happens because 3D exclusion variations are surrounded by variations in other dimensions. Gravity is because other dimensions have things that exist by having bits going away and leaving gaps for other things to take their place; but outside the relative simplicity of three dimensions, external gaps are too small and too fleeting for complex patterns to go there. The system works like keys in locks; things which are in synchrony can blend together or travel through each other in 3D space; other things, who's peaks and dips can't become complementary, mutually exclude each other from the same places.

A useful analogy is to liken gravity to the impossibility of putting a bullet through a forest which has enough trees to stop the bullet. Things are confined to three dimensions because too many things, in other dimensions, block complex patterns from synchronizing enough to get out. Complex patterns have components which are more compatible and accepting, of each other, than they are with things outside 3D which they have ability to synchronize with individuality but not as combinations.

Excluding forces outside 3D are overwhelming to complex patterns because they can't find enough chinks in the exclusion to allow the whole pattern to leave its three dimensions. Complex patterns are in particular 3D systems by being compatible with other things excluded to the same 3D spaces. By changing compatibility, 3D spaces can be found which are empty of things which can exclude visitors; which can then travel at extremely high speeds in such places. Another way to travel, instantaneously, is to transfer the focus of observations to a different part of the overall hologram.

All patterns in 3D have constituents which swap positions in 3D and multi-dimensionally. Movement in 3D space is by instantaneous steps with pauses in between to keep time with intermediate compatible peaks and gaps in complementary multi-dimensional pressure-level variations. Regardless of the speed of an object in space, relative to another object, if some details of an object are induced to regard some other object’s details as more compatible, then an exchange of details will happen usually in both objects when, as receivers, their individual timing allows.

Light is swapped by being observed. If we didn’t need linear time we’d see everything which exists all at the same time. We need to see things one at a time and most things around us fit in with this need. For explaining how things happen where we are, we need ways to visualize things impossible for us to understand fully but possible for us to understand enough to be creative and make changes to where we live. Most illustrations in this writing are like solid balls; because they are drawn to show relative influences; yet the influence of everything has infinite reach to some extent above zero. Light seems to travel from place-to-place continuously; it does not, in reality; rather light travels in discrete steps instantaneously but has to wait for the observing clock to fit in and display the fact that the light happened. The fact that the light can and does happen is known holistically throughout a multi-dimensional reality; but we see it as if it is sequential, and, for us, it is sequential.

Things get excluded to a 3D space because they are compatible and similar to each other enough to increase their compatibility, key-in-lock style. They have been excluded to a 3D space because their variation patterns are less mutually exclusive there. They are more ready to synchronize and share places in their 3D space than with patterns of exclusion-force variations in other dimensions. Things are pushed together by their surroundings in all dimensions by being more compatible with each other than with external things.

Confinement to a particular set of three dimensions is relative to the complexity of patterns. Complex patterns are mostly in 3D space, such as the heavy metals. Simple patterns, like Hydrogen, are mostly in multi-dimensional space. Particles less complex than Hydrogen swap instantaneously all over Creation picking up details in their own harmonics — extra details which can trigger new shapes and behaviors in larger patterns as these travellers induce compatibility and increase dominance. Complex 3D patterns vary in the stability of where their constituents travel to and from, in patterns.

Exclusion force variations keep pushing in on each other; which induces compatibility. The tendency to amalgamate can be a larger cause of movement than the multi-dimensional forces doing the pushing; towards sharing the same places in multi-dimensional space. Things move faster in 3D space than Gravity can cause.

Gravity is the summary of repetitive variations in pieces of the exclusion field; these are mostly excluded from places less compatible and in the same three dimensions and others. Static, magnetic and movement tendencies happen because of exclusion forces in external dimensions and in the same 3D space. Static, magnetic and movement forces are interchangeable according to how elements of structures are balanced spatially and with their frequencies and synchrony.

Changes to its spatially-stable patterns may increase or decrease the structure's gravity by changing the balance between presence in 3D and other dimensions. Pattern changes can also cause changes to magnetic and static properties. Many types of change happen without necessarily changing heat-energy type imbalances of the structure. The most common type of temperature and movement changes are caused by additions or subtractions of loosely-bound particles; such changes are asymmetrical, so external exclusion forces act directionally rather than surrounding equally in all directions (which causes gravity).

Movement is relative between two or more objects in space. As they move, they radiate their mutual imbalances, exclusions and lower pressures; and modify their oscillations to be more compatible. While moving relative to each other, objects get a gravity-like "attraction" for each other, by being pushed away more and directionally, from their surroundings in other dimensions, as the result of increasing their key-in-lock compatibility with each other.

Have you ever noticed how a hose's water-jet output keeps tight and cylindrical despite coming out of a nozzle that should direct it to bloom out in a cone? The attraction of the water, to other water also moving, causes gravity-equivalent effects mutually. To change the shape of the water jet, the nozzle has to be grossly changed so the water becomes attracted more to the structure of the hose-end, as it is moving. A hysteresis is observed where a precision nozzle has to greatly exceed the previous stability-point in order to trigger a dramatic change from one stable system to the alternative. There's no linearity in the two types of output from the nozzle of some hoses: one stable system causes the water to be attracted to other water also coming out of the hose; the other stable system changes to water to being attracted to the end-shapes of the hose.

The wings of planes have more lift on the top surface because the shape sends more air over the top section than the shorter-distance bottom section. Another example of movement-attraction is how a fly-spray works: a jet of air, across the top of a tube, pulls liquid out of the tube.

The Venturi Effect works not by the alleged lower-pressure supposedly resulting from concentrating the air and it moving faster. A common presumption or explanation is nonsense; obviously, mainly because the pressure-levels distribute at the speed of sound in air which is a lot faster than the air can travel in the tube. The Venturi Effect happens because of concentrating the movement and making it go faster so the relative movement causes the liquid to be pushed out of the tube; by gravity-like forces not by air pressure at the other end of the tube.

When pipes make music, they resonate with virtual tubes added to the solid length because of the attraction of the sound-wave micro-movements with the air normal to the movement surrounding the movement perpendicular to it. When air is blown into the tubes, at one end, the movement causes air to be sucked into the tube, also normal to the direction of the air with the initiating movement energy. The resonance is then set up according to the length of the tube.

All movement in space causes (perpendicular surrounding) attraction normal to the direction of movement. This type of gravity is additional to what is usually considered to be gravity effects which happen whether objects are moving relative to each other or not. Such attraction happens between moving patterns of any type from the smallest energy particles to the most complex solid objects.

 Movement may be called "Newtonian" if it relies mostly on asymmetrical addition or subtraction of loosely-bound pattern parts. Movement and inertia tendencies may be called "Newtonian" if they result from patterns having elements which are loosely-bound and asymmetrical relative to the dominant pattern's direction of external exclusion forces (gravity and nearby objects). Newtonian movement happens because patterns get pushed away by always-surrounding gravity more in one direction than another.

Newtonian movement happens relatively. For example, relative to a non-moving central point in space, an object can be slowing. Relatively, the speed decrease can be caused either by it gaining an extra exclusion-force element on a side farther from the central point, or by losing an exclusion-element on a place which better faces the central point. Relative to a second object, the first object may be increasing or decreasing its speed for other reasons.

When two structures' balances are compared, until the structures meet there is no knowing which has the increase in structure directionally nor if one has a deficit directionally; Newtonian movement happens for both causes: a relative excess or deficit of exclusion-force, or both, in either or both structures relative to each other. If the two structures make contact with each other, then exchanges, of loosely-bound particles happen. The structure which is moving more, relative to other things in the system, can pass its imbalances instantly to something it encounters which it can not pass through, regardless of whether the imbalances are deficits or excesses.

If a structure is moving faster than and towards a structure which is stationary relative to a group, and the movement can not be passed to the structure blocking further movement, then both structures stabilize relative to the surroundings and become balanced, relative to their surroundings. Temporary particles, relative to Newtonian movement, are then available to be shared by any compatible surrounding things.

Non-Newtonian movement also uses complementary changes of structure to move an object relative to nearby objects, by changing structures relative to objects much further away in 3D and beyond. Instead of taking or giving heat imbalances to the structures immediately obvious for moving relative to, non-Newtonian movement uses external field variations to induce movement-causing imbalances relative to objects further away in 3D and dimensionally outside the three spatial dimensions.

Inertia happens by directional changes in exclusion-force patterns. The changes can be mixes of static and magnetic distributions; also the additions or subtractions of elements from patterns. Patterns with inertia have directionally-changed their compatibility with their surroundings. Movement happens because of relative changes in the relationships between exclusion forces in various places in multi-dimensional space.

Gravity varies according to how much patterns have synchronized with those nearby.All Equals 3D pattern surrounded by external forces Gravity varies depending on how compatible objects are with each other. Things are evaluated for density according to their gravity relative to the amount of space they displace. Some small low-density objects may be extremely large and dense in other dimensions.

Patterns may have any number of constituents sharing the same spots. A large number of spherical oscillations can share the same places, in multi-dimensional space, as can a small number with fewer places alternative to the places in 3D being shared. An element’s actual density, multi-dimensionally, might be irrelevant to it’s density in 3D.

Gravity is related to movement, heat, light, inertia, static and magnetic fields, and energy; all are functions in a system based on variations in places in a multi-dimensional exclusion-force field.

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