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Quanta are not solid bodies but forces centralized about a mutual or neutral center; hence - centralizations of forces and energies. While one force is being absorbed a second energy is being radiated. The two seeming opposing forces are said to be equated. (see Law of Assimilation) Centralizations are commonly called "particles". Hard, solid quantum or sub-quantum particles therefore cannot and do not exist.

One Balanced Whole and Two Reciprocating Dynamics

One Balanced Whole and Two Reciprocating Dynamics




See Also

16.24 - Triune Vibratory States or Conditions
Conjugate Variables
Duality
Polarity


Examples of balanced dynamic forces are:


Triple Cardinal Directions, Vectors or Dimensions
Three Vectors
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Triple Cardinal Directions, Vectors or Dimensions
Three Planes
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Triple Cardinal Directions, Vectors or Dimensions
Three Spheres
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Figure 4.13 - Triplet Originations and Centralizations of Matter resultant from Three Relative Motions, Planes and Axis


See Also

3.21 - Successive Centralizations
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12.00 - Reciprocating Proportionality
Assimilation
Atom
Atomoles
Attraction
Center
Center Theory
Corpuscle
Father-Mother Principle
Figure 3.37 - Successive Centralizations or Quantum Leap
Figure 4.13 - Triplet Originations and Centralizations of Matter
Fulcrum
Gravity
Law of Assimilation
Light Units
Molecule
Neutral Center
Reciprocating Proportionality
Rhythmic Balanced Interchange
Syntropy
Universal Energy Unit
Wave
Wave Field


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