The Principles of the Trinary Universe

Chapter 2.09

C®pyRight & C©pyLeft
by

Jeffrey Scott Flesher

Medically Retired United States Air Force Staff Sergeant

Last Update: 2 May 2018

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Chapter 2.09: Energy Transmissions

Electricity transmitted through a Medium can be presented as Atoms in the Medium, since you can not see them in it, I depict them on the Surface in Yellow, as seen in Illustration 2.12: Atoms on a media, this model is made of one of the conducting elements found in the Periodic Table, each of them have a unique property when conducting Electricity, which just comes down to the flow of Electrons, it is even possible to reverse the flow direction. The Medium is just the material Electrical current will flow through, so it can be made out a mixture of different elements, in fact due to contamination and just the fact we have a hard time breaking compounds into atoms, and then separating them, so we have 100% of just those atoms, but suppose we did, and could make this out of just atoms, what path through or around the atoms, would the Electrons current flow: if all it is atoms where aligned like: Illustration 2.12: Atoms on a media, which assumes they are all exactly the same distance apart, in other words, would it flow in a straight line or zigzag in between atoms or flow over all the atoms evenly, or randomly flow through all atoms with no pattern, I am sure there are endless other scenarios that are equally unimportant, because most Electronic Engineers understand that electrons will flow through any medium, in varying ways like I have mentioned, depending on the current and voltage, so we imagine if we could allow just one electron to flow through the medium at one time, now what path would it take?

Atoms on a media
Illustration 2.12: Atoms on a media Full Size

It will always follow the path that the Trinary Energy has plotted out for it, and that is the only way of knowing the pattern, because the path is always changing, but the Vertice Matrix Grid will show the Path, so we plot out the simplest path, a straight line as shown in: Illustration 2.13: Electron path in straight line.

Electron path in straight line
Illustration 2.13: Electron path in straight line Full Size

Electricity transmitted through a Medium all depends on how advanced Technology is, and right now its not, so this is going to be a very short Sub Chapter until this changes, but for now, all we need to know is that there is a Pattern, and it is very predictable once you understand it, but due to Technology Limitations, I am not able to show you this, so this is the end until that changes.

List of Illustration

  1. Illustration 2.12: Atoms on a media
  2. Illustration 2.13: Electron straight line

 

 



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