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Old 01-30-2011, 02:07 PM
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Default You seem to grasp the complex concepts involved with TM.

Originally Posted by ste View Post
"Hyper-relativistic" describes motion whose speed exceeds what conventional physics refers to as "c", or 299,792,458 m/s. I should also add that according to Epsilon=One, hyper-relativistic motion is "without any substance or medium beyond the concept of motion itself".
Yes! A problem with Einstein’s relativity theories are that they are subject to the vagaries of symbolism and limits. Little about Cosmology (and less about Cosmography) was understood in the early 20th century.

Originally Posted by ste View Post
I think that "triquametric" refers to a much more specific type of motion (Slide, Swing, Vibration) to and from three specific points in a pulsoid. I am uncertain as to which of these points correspond with which type of motion. Can you point them out, Epsilon=One?
Yes; and, you seem to grasp the complex concepts involved with TM's complex oscillations.

Vibration is associated with the wave (focal length); swing is associated with the vectors that define the Emergent Ellipsoidal shapes; and slide is associated with the radius (as it moves perpendicularly/orthogonally along the major diameter. These oscillations are Natural and are described with heuristic symbolism.

Oscillation is a fundamental quality of all that exists because all that exists begins with Seminal Motion that is described by TM.
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