64 squaring puzzle
- 64 Segments of Squarings.
It is noted that a squaring is not the same as a squire. Some
say a squire is the attendant to the knight. And is known by the
knight the pattern of its movement makes possible the completion of
all moves of 64 upon the array of 64 when made eight square as a
And this is done as unique movements involved with the proposition
that the past cannot be revisited as a movement.
Now a sort of different proposition presents itself. In the
knight's journey it returns first next to its origin as the completion
of one double layer, where the path back follows the path in. It
starts from one corner and folds back after reaching another corner.
Now when we introduce the analogy of this being the square
windings of a square coil; and if the volts equals the no. of winds in
the coil, each successive wind is separated by one volt by virtue of
the length of the electrical path, which most importantly dictates the
amount of electrical current conduction along the entire conduction
pathway, established by the entire length of conduction path being the
lowest path of conduction. Therefore by definition there is 1 volt per
winding established by length of conduction path, but this does not
include the actions of the associated electric field when those
conduction pathways are in parallel as will be the case when they are
fashioned into a multi-layered square array coil. For the first
example of a laterally wound coil, each winding has one volt across it
from the line connected source of current pathway ,but it also has one
volt at 90 degrees across that current from its adjacent winding's
electric field returning to that conductor through the dielectric
between windings; which in turn has the net result that two electric
field vectors at right angles reduces the actual electrical impulse
velocity to that below of light speed. Thus the question evolves; how
low can low be practically made? How do you design a coil to have
maximum sideways electric field deflection from the actual electron
displacement current made from its line connections? Obviously this
is done by intelligent pairings of highest and lowest voltage
differences in a pattern; where having half of the adjacent voltages
being only one volt obviously must be at least the lowest possible
version of how to attain to this goal!
So here 64 square segments are given, each 1 ft long by ½ inch.
32 glass segments to fit between their halves of adjacent surface
areas are also given, to form a glass plate capacitor of 16 inch by 12 in.
Now take only 36 square segments, and 48 glass separators and
accomplish the same result.
Huh, somethins wrong here again. I guess the need for more seperators
was not accounted for.