The Geo D’code Intro Video

Here’s the video intro to all of Geocentric Design Code to showcase the home page until I post again which might be awhile. I have just had the good fortune to return to the spot on the Big Sur Coast where my brief talk was recorded.

However, I am not thrilled with how the slide show quality is diminished by its conversion to the video format. But I still think it can impart a sense of how the code’s universal geometric form applies to a considerable range of constructs – in less than 5 minutes.

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ET Guidelines PDF Beta

This 13-page document is the last of the 7 PDF betas. As with the expansion of the previous 6 parts completed over the course of the last 2 and half years, delving deeper into Part VII took some unexpected directions that sometimes posed serious challenges to previous code assertions. But I think the larger perspective forced by such resulted in a much stronger and broadly applicable design framework. After delving into the foundations of code-consistent architectural styles, I found the heavy lifting in specifying these structures in more detail was already done.

Part VII Intro Graphic

In the second half, I hardly expected a connection between the bodal electrodynamic model and the ultimate defiance of gravity. With the final beta PDF complete, my next task is to consolidate the 7 parts into one document. The completion also signifies the end of a posting mode that served to open up my thinking on code concepts and their applications. That purpose fulfilled, upcoming post topics are now a mystery to me. But I’m guessing they will deal more with general timeless philosophy on the one hand and more contemporary events on the other.

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Illustrated Gallery of Extra-topographic Concepts

This final gallery attached to a major code part is basically like the 6 that preceded it over the last 2 and a half years, with 12 slides intended to portray the essence of the subject matter. But instead of going about the endeavor as if it was simply a worthwhile alternative expression that happened to be easier on the brain, I found the Extra-topographic Guidelines gallery to be both as great a challenge as writing as well as being necessary to idea development. This was especially true in the attempt to model electro-dynamic behavior with bodal geometry.

Part VII Gallery Rocket

In reviewing the relevant physics and relying most heavily on the Feynman Lectures to do so, I came upon statements that not only has there never been a model for some vital phenomena, but to do so was impossible. So many hard thinking hours went into the usually relaxing effort, often leading to ambiguous or dead ends. What resulted are pictures that seem to come to the doorstep of deeper unifying explanations. My hope is that the model will spark more rigorous pursuits that interpret bode geometry more correctly. I believe there is something there.

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Wholistic Rocketry

In the preceding post on rocket curvatures, the tail end was left un-addressed because its geometry matches the earth bound side from which it launches and otherwise supports.

The bottom of the rocket is essentially the end of its central exhausting nozzle, or nozzles if arranged triangularly. These are cylindrically encased. Going up and out to the rocket periphery, boosters, stabilizing fins, and perhaps some sort of tripod landing structure will be present.

Rocket tail configurations

The size of these components and how they are situated determine the framework of an intermediary construct that is part launch pad, part rocket. The structure of this component is of course derived from the triangle-up cuboda. In its simplest form that’s about all there is to it except that horizontally-oriented hexagons are replaced by circular rings.

Rocket support stand

The top most of these serve to support collars, strappings, or mechanical fastening somewhere around the rocket’s lower half and as such must be split for jettisoning. The central hexagon would generally be where the rocket’s central nozzle or bottom would set – kind of like a toilet seat. Finally, the bottom half of the structure would allow the escape of the enormous volume of hot gases. This structure together with the rocket situates in the inner realm crater of the launch pad.

wholistic launch pad

The inner crater is shaped by waves or cones keyed to the bode’s tri-up angles. A peak of sorts shaped by the 71° angled horizontal wave scoots gases outward to horizontal shafts built into a vertical gap between grid juncture and artifact realms and which follow the pad’s universal 24-point ring. Atop the mound and separating the outer and inner realms is a flat circular ridge.

wholistic launch pad access and service towerss

The ridge supports cylindrical shell sections that function as service towers to the rocket. The cylinder might also extend below as with a silo to serve as a construction zone for the rocket. Another possibility is to fill the wide underground cylindrical shaft with water. The intermediary construct supporting the rocket described above is sheathed to make it water tight with the wave form attuned to the water and extending downward from the outer part of the bottom circle.

Buoyancy initiated launch pad

The inner part is parabolic which is allowed by the cylindrical link it resides in and whose attributes include focusing and the shape of optimal trajectory in gravitational fields. The whole assembling is ratcheted to the bottom and let go. As the upward speed of the assembly due to the buoyant force acting on it reaches a peak at the waterline, the engines are fired to build on the momentum given it. In such way the enormous fuel resources used just to get the rocket off the ground might be conserved.

Rocket payloaf universal linkingThus are the main features of a wholistic approach to dedicated anti-gravitational endeavors from earth. Some unaddressed matters pertaining to the code rocket’s integral geometry concern cargo areas. Recall from Part IV Polytechnic Integration that spheres and cylinders constitute universal internal links to constructs guided by bode orientations other than the triangle-up as well as non-code artifacts with the latter naturally pertaining to elongation.


Cylinders in conjunction with the HXP geometry supply spaces for crew living areas.

Mission operation and living areas

Their operation center would most likely be located in the nose cone partially shaped by an actual truncated cone attuned to the tri-up geometry in wrap-around instrumentation and Symbolic rocket placed spherework stations interspersed by wedge windows and topped by spherical or hyperboloidal dome.

The 55° wave that the cone extends may easily be proportioned such that it holds one sphere. The rocket in this sense returns full circle to where the code began in the purposed placement of one sphere in the cosmos.





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Rocketing Curvatures

Before delving into anti-gravitational streamlining, the identification of the code’s geometric underpinning will henceforth have the option of further abbreviation. While the term “cuboda” is less cumbersome than cuboctahedron, it still does not flow well in many discourse contexts, and so “bode” will be the new norm – with both 3 and 5 syllable terms still used when appropriate.

Rocket Curvature AnglesProceeding onward, or skyward, the bode’s triangle-up orientation employed for proportioning and partitioning the rocket’s main cylindrical body also poses the steepest angles for the passing of gases in and around the rocket.

Internally, the rocket’s prime operating principle – the conservation of linear momentum – is attained by its engines. Regarding such, the code chiefly applies itself to the de Laval nozzles instrumental in the proper compression and exhaust of gases.

de Laval nozzle

These are simply shaped by vertical wave forms in which minimum slopes are keyed to the triangle-up slopes and spun 360°. More specifically, the converging inlet is keyed to (about) 55°, while the diverging gas-passing section is keyed to a 2√2:1 ratio or about 71°.

Variation is admitted via scaling changes designed in at the throat or rings of minimum slope. Cylindrical extensions are an option at the throat or at either or both ends and as such offer an easily adjustable option.

code de Laval variations

Forms other than waves such as paraboloids pose more sophisticated exhausting configurations but must be preceded by the linking of either vertex or edge-up orientations to the rocket’s guiding default triangle-up orientation.

Such schemes are of course typically implemented along the rocket’s central axial line, but may also find application along the peripheral realms in groups of 3 (or 6).

Peripheal Boosters

In these instances, the nozzles will likely be cylindrically sheathed according to the same ratio and may employ the concave cylindrical melding approach used for aircraft.

To fully address the external realm of atmospheric streamlining, the role of the hexagonal expansion (HXP) requires brief explanation for it is its geometry that is necessary to arrange external engines and stabilizers by reason of its innate cylinders and radial planes, respectively.

Hexagonal Expansion reasoning

With a construct like the rocket in which axial rotation is almost a certain attribute, it is necessary that the rules to preserve such dynamism are followed. In other words, the HXP must be implemented in pairs of cubodal H-shifts on the outside, or with one such shift inside.

The HXP is manifested externally by the rectilinear arrangement of spheres connected vertically with cylinders, or by radial planes which may be with 71° straight lines or streamlined with waves max-sloped thus, with the prime principle of the latter being the most efficient and elegant transition from one level – in this case lateral – to another.

HXP applications

Another possibility for the HXP is the use of its tangential planes to section the main cylindrical body. By their rectilinear nature, these enable vertex-up guided components to be linked more smoothly.

That leaves the most obvious streamlining component: the nose cone. A half ellipsoid with a √6 to 1 ratio is perhaps the single most streamlined form that can meld seamlessly with the main cylinder. Partitioning options are limited to the latus rectum and the sphere snugged into the major axial curvature.

Code nose cones

Aside from this option, the other form that melds vertically with the cylinder and uses the 71° and 55° sloping triangles and squares is the quarter vertical wave. Additionally, because the rocket is rotationally dynamic, the ≈ 63° angle of the truncated cone made by the line between the planes may also be keyed to the wave’s minimum slope. Any of these may form part of a hybridized cone.

Code hybrid nose cones

At the minimum sloped end of the quarter wave, a cone, truncated or not, may extend the slope. Alternatively, a properly sectioned sphere may meld into the wave or cone seamlessly, or it may be appropriated to transition between 71° and 55° slopes. Another option is to use the 55° terminating tangent of a 71° hyperboloid sectioned by an innate HXP plane may be fashioned to reflect an open orbit. Finally, nose cone and nozzle geometries may find advantageous application in ducted rockets. With regard to the rocket’s tail end, its shape is integral to a wholistic approach made to include the launch pad it matches and will be addressed in a forthcoming post.

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Space/Time Design

The cubodal EM model developed in the last post is but one interpretation and is at that somewhat crude. In matching nature – as explained by the most sound science – to the geometry of the cuboda, I sometimes feel that what I am doing is not much more advanced than what ancient astronomers did in ascribing star clusters to common beasts.

Off target characterizations notwithstanding, I also feel strongly that the model is at least in the ballpark of what it should be. Before leaving the topic, the resolution to one glaring mistake that came to me as such by way of a nagging inconsistency is offered. In modeling the magnetic field produced by the orthogonally moving charge, the direct proportional scaling of speed and field strength seems to infer a corresponding de Broglie wavelength increase which should not be. To fix this, a more reasonable way to express B-field strength is to simply scale the size of the into-and-out-of-the page vector, an approach facilitated by the cubodal pattern.

cuboda model scaling of the magnetic field

As the field enlarges with speed, so the distance between its boundary and the axis models the inverse relationship between speed and the scale of the particle wave. Also, clarification should be made regarding charge paths, namely those possibilities ascribed to the realm of quantum mechanics, which should come with the warning that choosing such paths effects results.

Tetrahedral edge diffraction slit analogy

Qualified thus, I think the tetrahedral conducting edge should be likened to 1) a diffraction slit and 2) the direct conducting E-field line connecting opposing charges of a dipole. I think it safe to say that the whole dynamic of real charge motion begets a bona fide dipole, while the specific one is relegated to the weird rules of quantum mechanics. Another nagging problem with regard to the persistence of 70°/110° hexagonal plane intersection.

Reverse octahedral projection

It appears to find solution by first recalling that a tetrahedral triangle also belongs to an octahedron always. So by appending such and projecting its lines onto a sphere encompassing it, the 60° intersection of those lines in the plane of the triangle is also the 70° skew of the cubodal hexagon, both of which become 90° upon projection. Finally, I have given more thought to the idea of the model’s two very different spherical representations, one having mass by virtue of its intrinsic center, and which is the origin of spherical waves caused by the oscillation of its charged nature. The other is centered in an empty (massless) symmetric (charge-less) octahedron which nonetheless carries electromagnetic energy as a photon.

Rectiliner view of cubodal photon-wave propagation

In trying to coordinate the constancy of a light quanta with the ballooning spherical wave, I first took a geodesic approach to cubodal face divisions increasing with the sphere encompassing it outward. However, I failed to find any meaningful connection there, or anything having meaning at all. So I took to viewing it all from the rectilinear perspective. Maybe something is there that I don’t see yet, but this perspective allows a clearer view of how the photon and wave spheres coordinate.

That’s enough on specifics for now. In general the model’s easy interchangeability between space and time, the relativity of electro-statics and dynamics, and by extension potential and kinetic energy, the sum of which is as constant as the speed of light, seems to suggest that with the added necessity of evoking intrinsic spheres to properly project vectors into curved space, that general relativity might come into play at the quantum level.

cuboda modeling of general relativity phenomena

Yes or no, the cubodal pattern easily lends itself to modeling light quanta bent by a gravitational field, and the effect of a gravitational field on clock speeds also has a simple though limited representation. (This idea is an adaptation of the representation given by volume II,  chapter 42, section 7 on the Curvature of Space Time in the Feynman Lectures).

What leads me to think that largescale cosmic principles might be present in the realm of quantum mechanics is that the converse appears to have some plausibility. In identifying the center of all things, recall that earth was once regarded as the center of the (physical) universe before that assumption gave way to the sun just a few centuries back. Then the sun was found to revolve around the center of the galaxy, which being a part of a globular cluster, spins about its center. Even as the effort would seem to be zeroing in on the ultimate center, the notion of such evaporates as a kind of uncertainty principle writ large. The absolute center has no place. Fortunately, all is not lost as the effort succeeds in determining another kind of center: the origin of time, i.e. T = 0 when our Father spoke the universe to life – everywhere.

If such a take does constitute an extension of the uncertainty principle, perhaps the door to cosmic phenomena appearing at the quantum level opens to notions like the Schwarzschild radius of a proton or something like the Hawking (beta) radiation of neutron decay.

Speaking of the primal neutralized mass particle conglomerate, whose isolated existence happens to be a very relatable 15 minutes, the code’s next topic deals with gravity. If the neutron is in sense an oscillating dipole, so the earth long labeled ground will model one last construct. In the description of electrodynamic phenomena playing out in the cubodal pattern, it was inferred that points, nodes, or whatever represented potential mass centers while the empty centers of relational octahedra potentially represented mass-less particles called photons. So framed, the model easily lends itself to switching to a center-seeking gravitational field directed to a point mass. As all real particles of stable mass possess charge, so the model’s EM dynamism can be utilized for gravitational challenges in the sense that the mass moves without regard for how.

In the model, the representation of the obstacle facing the mass’s movement is again the triangle which will thus be regarded as an iso-gravitational surface. The construct intended to deal with gravity directly mirrors the deeper abstracted environment and adopts the triangle-up cuboda for its design guidance.

Cubodal orientation to model iso-gravitational field transcendence

The triangle can be located in 2 ways: with universal positioning’s opposing equatorial axis; or about opposing equatorial vertices.

In a sense, the rocket represents a 3rd orientation of the cubodal wheel after the rolling version and the co-planing disc. As the electron’s dipole path eventually succumbs to any of a handful of decelerating mechanisms, so the rocket must break through the barrier. But in a sense harnessing electrical forces is actually the bigger challenge as evidenced by the stupendous waste heat produced regardless of fossil fuels being involved; and by the fact of the Chinese blasting off a few thousand years ago. So although the endeavor is going against the flow, it is, in a sense, going with it to the extent that it can pick up the heat and the momentum of a trillion bees to escape the greater electronically-knitted mass of the earth, as a greater de Broglie matter wave.

With such in mind, the prime feature of the rocket’s geometry is the same cylinder proportioned for the triangle-up tower design. However, the tower was permitted to be freely proportioned up to the 1-to-1 ratio. But as a dynamic construct, the rocket is not allowed this option and must hue to an even number of tri-up proportioned cylinders.

code-defined matter wave propotioning for rocket design

Such expresses the span between iso-gravitational layers with a full matter wavelength of presupposed diameter (amplitude) as modeled by the tri-up cuboda, which in turn reflects the conservation of linear momentum. A top view of the so-oriented cuboda shows how the triangle poses maximal stability and control. Rocket streamlining is addressed next.

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