04-14-2018, 01:07 AM

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The "electron spin" tetrahedral angle,

so named from geometry presented by Dr. Crater UTSI,

in his SPSR Cydonia work.

This would be the tetrahedral angle:

arctangent square root 8 = 70.52877937 degrees = 90 minus 19.47122063.

Dr. Crater went on to characterize the angle,

as the highest energy electron spin state,

or specifically stated that the angle defined,

"... the microcosmic origin of macrocosmic magnetism ..."

So the tetrahedral angle is highly important in electron spin dynamics.

This warrants application to simple hexagonal base pyramid geometry,

for the purpose of just observing the different positionings,

of the "electron spin" angle,

within the constructs of the hex pyramid.

This of course is to also extrapolate the single pyramid,

into stacking entire scaffolds of interconnected pyramids.

Molecular scaffolding of electron spin dynamics.

Dr. Crater in email discussion would mention the potential of "combined spin dynamics"

using the tetrahedral angle,

in the angle positioning within these hexagonal pyramids.

I never got him to clarify the potential of the premise,

he simply stated that he would have to think about it.

Pyramid 1

height -- square root 8 --

Places the "electron spin angle" as the Corner Angle of the pyramid,

which is where you want it for "combined spin potential".

So,

if you flip the pyramid upside down,

and attach it to the bottom of the upright pyramid,

you will have two "electron spin angles" right next to eachother,

{above and below}

at each of the 6 corners of the pyramid base plane.

Pyramid 2

height -- square root 2 --

By using height square root 2 <---

the "electon spin angle" reorients itself in an excellent and beautiful fashion.

A masterpiece hexagonal pyramid

created from:

fundamental basic tetrahedral dynamics seen in the square root two rectangle,

and evidenced as well in the Mars pentad and hexad mounds in Cydonia.

Six isosceles triangles cross sect the pyramid corner angles,

each of them,

with the "electron spin angle" as their Apex Angle,

thus:

Six tetrahedral

electron spin

--- Apex Angles ---

are now aligned,

and all crowning the pyramid,

in electron spin dynamics.

This time however,

when two identical hex pyramids of this geometry are set base to base,

a new dynamic tangent is formed with the combined base corner angles.

I will leave that to your imaginations to extrapolate from there.

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The "electron spin" tetrahedral angle,

so named from geometry presented by Dr. Crater UTSI,

in his SPSR Cydonia work.

This would be the tetrahedral angle:

arctangent square root 8 = 70.52877937 degrees = 90 minus 19.47122063.

Dr. Crater went on to characterize the angle,

as the highest energy electron spin state,

or specifically stated that the angle defined,

"... the microcosmic origin of macrocosmic magnetism ..."

So the tetrahedral angle is highly important in electron spin dynamics.

This warrants application to simple hexagonal base pyramid geometry,

for the purpose of just observing the different positionings,

of the "electron spin" angle,

within the constructs of the hex pyramid.

This of course is to also extrapolate the single pyramid,

into stacking entire scaffolds of interconnected pyramids.

Molecular scaffolding of electron spin dynamics.

Dr. Crater in email discussion would mention the potential of "combined spin dynamics"

using the tetrahedral angle,

in the angle positioning within these hexagonal pyramids.

I never got him to clarify the potential of the premise,

he simply stated that he would have to think about it.

Pyramid 1

height -- square root 8 --

Places the "electron spin angle" as the Corner Angle of the pyramid,

which is where you want it for "combined spin potential".

So,

if you flip the pyramid upside down,

and attach it to the bottom of the upright pyramid,

you will have two "electron spin angles" right next to eachother,

{above and below}

at each of the 6 corners of the pyramid base plane.

Pyramid 2

height -- square root 2 --

By using height square root 2 <---

the "electon spin angle" reorients itself in an excellent and beautiful fashion.

A masterpiece hexagonal pyramid

created from:

fundamental basic tetrahedral dynamics seen in the square root two rectangle,

and evidenced as well in the Mars pentad and hexad mounds in Cydonia.

Six isosceles triangles cross sect the pyramid corner angles,

each of them,

with the "electron spin angle" as their Apex Angle,

thus:

Six tetrahedral

electron spin

--- Apex Angles ---

are now aligned,

and all crowning the pyramid,

in electron spin dynamics.

This time however,

when two identical hex pyramids of this geometry are set base to base,

a new dynamic tangent is formed with the combined base corner angles.

I will leave that to your imaginations to extrapolate from there.

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