BASED OFF OF FOUR DIMENSIONS

The group of isometries of the Schwarzschild metric is the subgroup of the ten-dimensional Poincaré group which takes the time axis (trajectory of the star) to itself. It omits the spatial translations (three dimensions) and boosts (three dimensions). It retains the time translations (one dimension) and rotations (three dimensions). Thus it has four dimensions. Like the Poincaré group, it has four connected components: the component of the identity; the time reversed component; the spatial inversion component; and the component which is both time reversed and spatially inverted.

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The Ricci curvature scalar and the Ricci curvature tensor are both zero. Non-zero components of the Riemann tensor are[18]

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Components which are obtainable by the symmetries of the riemannian tensor are not displayed.

Hereby, The Four Primary Energy Transfer Relations

1) Magnetic Energy Discharge,

Forward E.M.F., Fig 2A.

2) Dielectric Energy Discharge

Forward Displacement, Fig 2B.

3) Magnetic Energy Charge,

Back E.M.F., Fig 2C.

4) Dielectric Energy Charge

Back Displacement, Fig 2D.

The multiplication of the four distinct inductions encountered thus gives rise to four distinct spatial distributions of electric induction:

Φ11Ψ11; represents that component of the electric induction that is scalar in form; that is, it exhibits no variation with respect to length or distance but is everywhere the same.

Φ1Ψ1; represents that component of the electric induction that is longitudinal magneto-dielectric in form; that is, it exhibits variation axially but not transverse to the direction of propagation along the transformer winding's axis.

Φ1Ψ11; represents that component of the electric induction that is transverse electromagnetic in form and is vertically polarized. This induction exhibits variation transverse, or perpendicular, to the

transformer winding's axis, and passes through the space between the conductor turns in a counter clockwise direction.

Φ11Ψ1; represents that component of the electric induction that is transverse electromagnetic in form and is horizontally polarized. This induction exhibits variation transverse, or perpendicular, to the transformer winding's axis, and passes thru the space around the outside of the winding in a clockwise direction.

In the study of electric phenomena, attention is usually focused on only two forms of electric waves. Those of alternating current (AC) and continuous, or direct current (DC). While these forms are representative of the commercial application of electric energy, they only represent special steady state cases. lt is known that during switching operations, and in the process of modulation, other forms of electric waves appear due to energy readjustment within the electric system. These waves are known as electric transients. Theoretical understanding of these phenomenon is usually quite vague. These transients give rise to a new pair of waveforms, the oscillating currents (OC) and impulse currents. Thus, in general, the variation of electric quantities with respect to time may be divided into four distinct categories.

1) Continuous currents (DC); time function = zero.

2) Alternating currents (AC); time function = radians/second.

3) Impulse currents (IC); time function = Nepers/second.

4) Oscillating currents (OC); time function = Neper-radians/sec.

MALTESE CROSS

Maltese Cross Phenomenon

The Maltese Cross is an interference figure formed by birefringent materials place between crossed linear polarizers. This phenomenon allows easy identification of birefringent specimens found in nature such as plankton, starch grains, and fatty molecules. A Maltese cross can also form when an expanding beam of locally y-polarized light passes through two orthogonally-oriented linear polarizers. Figure 1 shows a system set up in FRED to simulate irradiance just beyond the crossed polarizers.

The associated FRED file can be downloaded from our knowledgebase.

TETRA IS FOUR I watched a lecture on this but couldn't record because my phone ran out of battery but Wilcock showed that the galaxies and everythign was organized through a Merkaba double TETRAhedron pattern which he said couldn't be coincidence had to be intelligent design

This analysis of the congruency between Planck's constant and the star tetrahedron comes from a man named Rod Johnson. For further details of Johnson's work, see these links.

WILCOCK TETRAHEDRON PHOTON

The fact that this football-shaped wave is also a particle must be taken into account. This brings into focus the possibility that the merkaba is the shape of the photon for one specific reason. According to Rod Johnson's diagram, this football shape could be explained as two tetrahedrons place end to end. It was theorized that as these tetrahedrons travel, they maintain this shape, but they do not give off light until they contact another object.

TETRAHEDRAL PHOTON

To add to the case of the tetrahedral photon, we may remember a monumental discovery in quantum physics. This was the discovery of the Positive Grassmannian, or more commonly known as the amplituhedron. This is a form which was found to be the central solutions to the infamous Feynman diagrams. These are some of the most complex scientific equations in the world of physics, and can commonly take up to 100 pages to solve just one. As it turned out, the amplituhedron simplified this process and made the entirety of the Feynman equations solvable in surprisingly simple ways.

AMPLITUHEDRON FOUR TETRAHEDRONS

The amplituhedron consists of four tetrahedrons joined face to face - By joining four of these together, we can form the merkaba.

FOUR ERAS

The Archean eon, which preceded the Proterozoic eon, spanned about 1.5 billion years and is subdivided into four eras: the Neoarchean (2.8 to 2.5 billion years ago), Mesoarchean (3.2 to 2.8 billion years ago), Paleoarchean (3.6 to 3.2 billion years ago), and Eoarchean (4 to 3.6 billion years ago).*

Car transmissions have more than four speed. For instance there are six speed shift patterns and so on. But there was a three four dynamic where American cars used three speed and European cars used four speed. Thus there was the three/four iteraction. To the right is some diagrams of four speed transmission.

Shift pattern for a 4-speed car.

Shift pattern for a 4-speed column shifter.

THERE WERE FOUR CONTINENTS

During this time, there were four continents: Gondwana (Africa, South America, Australia, Antarctica, India), Laurentia (North America with parts of Europe), Baltica (the rest of Europe), and Siberia (Northern Asia). The recent rise in sea levels provided new habitats for many new species.[8]

ARISTOTLE FOUR CAUSES

3. The Four Causes in the Science of Nature

In the Physics, Aristotle builds on his general account of the four causes by developing explanatory principles that are specific to the study of nature. Here Aristotle insists that all four causes are involved in the explanation of natural phenomena, and that the job of “the student of nature is to bring the why-question back to them all in the way appropriate to the science of nature” (Phys. 198 a 21–23). The best way to understand this methodological recommendation is the following: the science of nature is concerned with natural bodies insofar as they are subject to change, and the job of the student of nature is to provide the explanation of their natural change. The factors that are involved in the explanation of natural change turn out to be matter, form, that which produces the change, and the end of this change. Note that Aristotle does not say that all four explanatory factors are involved in the explanation of each and every instance of natural change. Rather, he says that an adequate explanation of natural change may involve a reference to all of them. Aristotle goes on by adding a specification on his doctrine of the four causes: the form and the end often coincide, and they are formally the same as that which produces the change (Phys. 198 a 23–26). This is one of the several times where Aristotle offers the slogan “it takes a man to generate a man” (for example, Phys. 194 b 13; Metaph. 1032 a 25, 1033 b 32, 1049 b 25, 1070 a 8, 1092 a 16). This slogan is designed to point at the fundamental fact that the generation of a man can be understood only in the light of the end of the process; that is to say, the fully developed man. What a fully developed man is is specified in terms of the form of a man, and this form is realized in its full development at the end of the generation. But this does not explain why it takes a man to generate a man. Note, however, that a fully developed man is not only the end of generation; it is also what initiates the entire process. For Aristotle, the ultimate moving principle responsible for the generation of a man is a fully developed living creature of the same kind; that is, a man who is formally the same as the end of generation.