- Sep 19, 2006Hi Harvey,

Frankly, I find your personal stories much more interesting and

enlightening, for example your story about "rooster" the mathematician

was a gem that kept me smiling for days...But you want to talk

about numbers now, so OK.

I've thought abit about this same problem, that of a "3 dimensional"

rotation. What got me to think about this is something called

spacial quantization, but as the idea didn't fit the physical

observations I won't bore you with the details. However, the

basic idea of a three dimensional spin follows from this

reasoning.

We define spin in three dimensions by a plane, and an orthogonal

axis. It follows that there are three such spins, cooresponding

to the three dimensions. This same idea can be applied to a 4

dimensional space, now with four possible spin axis and a plane

in 2 dimensions.

It's interesting to speculate on a new kind of spin, one defined

by a three dimensional volume rather than a 2 dimensional plane,

and an axis. Again there are 4 such spins, cooresponding

to the 4 dimensions, but the appearance of such a "3 spin" in our

3 dimensional world would be quite odd. Is this what you are

referring to below, or the more simple case of an ordinary spin

but with the axis being the 4th dimension?

K.

-----Original Message-----

From: teslafy@yahoogroups.com [mailto:teslafy@yahoogroups.com]On Behalf

Of Harvey Norris

Sent: Tuesday, September 19, 2006 4:02 AM

To: teslafy@yahoogroups.com

Subject: RE: [teslafy] HDN Reports Back

--- Keith Nagel <knagel@...> wrote:

> Hi Harvey,

This may be awhile according to the editor. He wishes

>

> Welcome back.

>

> Do keep us informed about your trials and

> tribulations with RFR,

> your stories are wonderful and most charming. I'll

> certainly consider

> buying a copy of the DVD.

>

> K.

to do printed captions ect. Looking to soon buy

regular sound recording eqipment to record ordinary CD

without video counterpart.

There is a thing about people. The drummer mentioned

often looking at the clock and seeing 4:44, even

waking up late at night to see the digital clock

display reading the number.

The undeniable fact is that according to flat

dimensional phasing laws a stator line delivery

sharing both sending and return currents to the delta

arrangement will be most efficient with four phases

instead of three. With three phases; 1.7 Amps delivery

from stator line to phasing load lines can split into

1 amp deliveries. Yet with 4 phase this becomes the

same effect yeilding 1 amp deliveries on phases with

only 1.4 amp delivery lines. Is this a deception or

not? Where is the arguments against it? I have surely

thought of this. The four lines each containing 1.4 A

supply total 4*1.4= 5.6 A in vs 4 A on delivery lines.

In contrast the three phase example is 1.7*3= 5.1 in

yeilding 3 A on delivery lines. If we went to 5 phases

the stator lines would contain SQ RT of 5 stator line

delivery; higher then the SQ RT 3= 1.7 A delivery

evident in three phase. The quadrature phase delivery

is based on the lowest sq rt of 2 = 1.4

Now think about three dimensional stator/ phase load

arrangements. For this purpose we might imagine a cube

or other three dimensional construct whereby each line

of the three dimensional construct represents a phase

and each corner of the imagined 3D structure is served

by a stator line. A 3D arrangement like this implies

that on minimum a stator line can serve three arms of

the load instead of merely two as exists on the flat

plane arrangement.

Now concerning the meaning of 444: how could

quadrature be placed into three dimensions as to make

it more efficient then flat plane laws can allow?

This is a more mysterious problem then is first

considered. A three dimensional rotation may not be

the answer. but rather a semblance of the same effect

can be conceptualized using 3 sets of 3 phases

arranged to chase each in three dimensional space

orthogonally on all appropriate 3D angles. This would

be a mental construct employing a geometry employing

nine different corners I would suppose.

A lot of mistakes can be made in suppositions. In the

above idea we would have to split the 360 degrees of

timing into 9 equal parts for stator delivery to the

corners. But to concieve three dimensionally as

arrangement for timing delivery upon the corners in a

harmonical matter even demands further consideration.

Similar to the construction of magic cubes, there may

be a minimal size for the first possibility to exist.

A flat plane magic square is first evident using 3,

but the same construct applied to three dimensions is

impossible using 3. It is also impossible using 4.

When the realization beset me I then knew that 8 to a

side was possible on three dimensions and I started to

map it out. But on further questioning on the matter I

was informed that it could be done with 5 to a side

which seems to be a contradiction of theory, but

nevertheless it has been proved.

Six, the duality of three is a more difficult balance

on flat plane magic number laws. But yet if we

attempted to incorporate the idea of quadrature in

three dimensions as the 444 idea seems to lead to:

only six points of stator lines leads to a 3D object

on its corners. This would then be represented as a

visible four sided pyramid setting opposite to its

mirror images with respect to both bases.

In any case the imagination of man is a grand thing:

and it is how imagination is applied to reality that

produces new conceptions. Here the concept of three

dimensional phasing arrangements is concieved of.

Sincerely HDN

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