2.1 Diagram. Atomic Table of K, L, M, N, O, P, Q orbits  Book: Atomic Order by Enrico Fermi, pg.106-107, 539.7 C168

2.1.1



2.2 Diagram. Element Wave Length  Book: H.G.J. Moseley by J.L. Heilbron


2.3 Diagram. Periodic Table of Elements in 7 Octaves   Book: Music of the Spheres

2.3.1


2.4 Force between Charges 

"It has already been seen that charges of opposite sign tend to approach each other, and that charges of the same sign to travel away from each other, and although we have explained these effects in terms of existing potential differences or gradients, which method would follow naturally from the aspect of electrical phenomena adopted by Faraday, and later by Maxwell, still the phenomena may, as regards their results, be equally explained by saying that like charges repel each other and unlike charges attract each other. The latter view is historically much older than the former, the earlier experimenters explaining all the electrical phenomena with which they were acquainted, in terms of action at a distance of one charge upon another. It is chiefly to Faraday that we owe the conception that the forces upon the charges are due to some special condition of the medium in which they are situated, which condition may be a state of strain",

2.5
2.5.1

"but since we are unacquainted with the structure and nature of this universal medium, we are always driven to interpret the state of strain in terms of the forces on electrical charges. Thus the only evidence for discriminating between the two theories is that the electric phenomena require time for their propagation"....

Electricity and Magnetism
By S.G Starling
QC 518. S77




2.6 Aether and Matter by Krafft (1945)  

(Note: All Krafft spellings of ether should be Aether to distinguish it from the element "ether").

Excerpts:

"The electrostatic field is usually considered as a condition of stress or strain in the ether (Krafft assumes free space has Aether which it does not), but the difficulty of such a concept is that a condition of stress or strain can exist only in a solid body having rigidity whereas the ether, (That Aether which the earth generates and is confined to it) cannot possess rigity. If the ether is not a rigid solid then it must be a fluid, and if this fluid is incompressible then the electrostatic field can be nothing other than a state of flow or circulation therein"...

After demonstrating a proton and its magnetic field, Krafft concludes (concerning current-carrying wires) that,

"The ether therefore cannot be considered as flowing in circular or spiral paths around the current-carrying wires".

After considering the "magnetic field consists of a flow of ether longitudinally of the wire carrying current, the ether presumably being carried along by the moving electrons", he says this theory breaks down and explains why and concludes,

"The ether therefore cannot be considered as being merely carried along by the moving electrons or protons"

In his Ether Vortex Theory he mentions that it teaches that "protons
and electrons do not merely carry the adjacent ether along with them, but that they keep it in circulation between them"...

In explaining one proton and one electron ether flow and magnifying that many times, Krafft mentions, "For reasons explained elsewhere, it seems more probable that the direct axial or polar flow of ether is from the protons to the electrons instead of the reverse direction. The axial or polar flow will then be confined to the "inside" of the current-carrying wire, while the return flow will be principally on the outside of the wire and in the opposite direction. Two parallel wires carrying electric current flowing in the same direction will then attract each other"...

Krafft adds, "Under the Ether Vortex Theory when an electric current is started in a wire there will be established a return flow of ether externally to the wire in a direction opposite to the direction of the movement of the electrons"...

Considering Vortex Rings Theory and the ethers direction of travel, Krafft says, "The foregoing concept of the magnetic field is capable of direct experimental test...in which the the (Diagramed) circle represents the end face of a very large electromagnet, and the curved arrows represent the direction of flow of the ether. With an interferometer arranged as shown there should be a shift of the interference fringes when the solenoidal current is turned on, provided the ether flows with sufficient velocity.The direction of the shift should be such as to indicate a flow of ether in a direction opposite to the direction of travel of the negative electrons in the solenoidal current"...

Skipping ahead slightly we find, "This conclusion seems to be corroborated by that fact that nearly all substances when placed in a magnetic field will rotate the plane of polarization of light in the direction of the solenoidal electric current, namely in a direction opposite to the direction of movement of the negative electrons. In those few cases (ferric chloride for example) where the rotation is in the reverse direction it is probably due to some peculiarity of the molecular structure".

2.7 Electrostatic 

(Note: An Alchemist, Franz Tausend produced microscopic amounts of gold from a solution of Ferric Chloride, sand and electric current (300 volts for 20 minutes I believe. It was an inefficient process).

An interesting conclusion of Krafft is this quote, " It is generally stated that like electric charges repel each other, whereas like charges attract. This, however, is not the whole truth. If we charge one body electrostatically to minus1,000 volts, and another body to minus 2,000 volts, they will repel each other because they have like charges. But if we take these two charged bodies into some region of the upper atmosphere where there is an absolute potential of -- 1,500 volts, they will attract each other. Electrostatic attraction and repulsion is therefore not merely a function of the charges, but also depends on the cooperation of the environment, namely on the way in which the circulating ether of the protons and electrons encounter that from extraneous sources".



2.8 Atoms 

"An atom or a molecule can absorb radiation only in discrete quanta and can do so only at the energy states allowed by quantum mechanics"

Scientific American
Unknown Edition.



2.9 Table. Atomic and Molecular Response Range 

Scientific American
Unknown Edition.


Underlying Order in Randomness Underlying Order in Randomness

2.10 Table. Underlying Order in Randomness   Book: Operating Manual for Spaceship Earth By Buckminster Fuller 601. F959

(Note: In addition to the intricate details of Fullers Table, it should be noted that the column "Sum of Adjacent Relationships" progresses as the addition of odd integers- 1+3+5+7+9 etc. Also, extending the "No. of Events" column, beyond 7, as indicated in the Table, we find the following:

Number of
Relationships

Number of
Events

.

.

.

.

28

8

Sum Adjacent
Relationships

21 +

28 =

49 (Crossover 49
of Tzolkin)

36

9

Sum Adjacent
Relationships

28 +

36 =

64 (Omega 64
of Tzolkin)

45

10

Sum Adjacent
Relationships

36 +

45 =

81 (Crossover 17
of Tzolkin)

55

11

Sum Adjacent
Relationships

45 +

55 =

100 (Kua 36
of Tzolkin

66

12

Sum Adjacent
Relationships

55 +

66 =

121 (Kua 57
of Tzolkin)

78

13

Sum Adjacent
Relationships

66 +

78 =

144 (Crossover 16
of Tzolkin)


(Note: What this correspondence means, between B. Fuller's Underlying Order, and Jose Arguelles' Mayan Tzolkin, corpus collosum, mid-brain, 'cross-over' between from left (rational) to right (intuitive) brain, namely the 16-17 and 48-49 kua positions found in Arguelles' book, The Mayan Factor, I leave to you. Also the 57th kua (1997) was a seeming dissonant kua as far as I can tell. If I am not mistaken,Terrance McKenna stated that we might "expect the appearance of the electron at concreasence", representing kua 64 (End / Beginning), or, the famous date, Dec 21, 2012. Therefore we have two dates, 1997 and 2012 upon which to make an educated assumption as to the correspondence of number 144 and the crossover 16 of the Tzolkin, beyond 2012).

2.11


Copyright. Robert Grace. 1999.



2.12 Wave Group Frequency Calc 

"The normal frequency of the wave group washing around the nucleus are universally found to be exactly equal to Bohr's atomic "energy levels" divided by Planck's Constant (h)".


Scientific American
Sept. 1953, pg 52


2.13 Universal Helix 

..."in 1869...Mendeleef published a Periodic System... some years before...John Newlands had observed (in 1863) that if the elements (omitting hydrogen) ..were arranged on order of their atomic weights, the 1st, 8th, 15th, indeed every element 7 above the lowest number of a group, was an approximate repetition of the first, like the 8th note in music. This is merely the spiral in another form".

Heres is the Periodic Table based upon Gravity  Periodic Table based upon Gravity

Here is the Periodic Table of Elements in Circular Form:

Circular Periodic Table 

Periodic Table Set to Music: examples, SVP, Dale Pond  Complete Table for sale. Spectral frequencies related to a double octave of notes.

Alternate Styles of Periodic Tables 

The Curves of Life
By T. A. Cook
QH 351. C66




2.14 Table. Characteristics of Subatomic Particles   Magazine: Scientific American Apr. 1965, pg.137



2.15 Lamb Shift 

..." At Columbia, Willis Lamb decided to use the resonance method to study transitions between the 3 closely adjacent energy states into which the Dirac theory had split the first excited state of the hydrogen atom. In the presence of a magnetic field these states should be split further, into a total of 8 states. According to the selection rules of quantum theory 18 of the 28 conceivable transitions between the 8 states should be forbidden, leaving 10 transitions to be observed, of which 5 were expected to be very feeble. To obtain hydrogen in the desired state, Lamb and... (irrelevant info).

The procedure adopted by Lamb and Retherford was similar to that of Pabi's first experiment. The radio frequency was set successively at a number of values, and each time the magnetic field was varied until a dip in the electron current indicated that a transition was taking place. The results were in striking disagreement with Dirac's theory; to explain them one had to assume that the S 1/2 level did not coincide with the P 1/2 level as expected but was about 1,000 megacycles higher. This shift- now generally called the Lamb shift- is only about 1/2 the typical Doppler broadening of an optical line of hydrogen. No wonder the spectroscopists had been unable to pin it down!".

..."To explain the discrepancy theorists were forced to pursue Dirac's calculations beyond a first approximation. The best theoretical figure for the Lamb shift is now 1,057.2 megacycles, whereas experiments indicate 1,057.8. These calculations also successfully predicted a slightly larger magnetic moment for the electron".

Scientific American
May. 1965, pg. 69


2.16 Bohr Energy Levels and Mayan Super-Numbers 



2.17 Diagram. Transitions between States 


2.18 The Mayan Super-Numbers of the Bohr Orbits 

(Note: There seems to be correspondence between the Mayan Super- numbers and the Bohr orbits of atomic hydrogen. Why this is or how the Mayans knew of it, I don't know).

The Lyman Series Super-numbers.
1,215, 1,026, 973, 950, 938.

The Balmer Series.
6,563, 3,798.

The Paschen Series.
18,751.

The Brackett Series.
40,500, 26,300.

The Pfund Series.
74,000.

Copyright. Robert Grace. 1999.

Scientific American
Mar. 1979, pg. 96




2.19 Atomic Tables 




2.20 Formula. Frequency Units in Wavenumber / Wavelength  




2.21 Table. Conversion Table: Electrical and Magnetic Systems   Book: CRC Handbook QD65. H3




2.22 Table. Physical Constants  Book: CRC Handbook




2.23 Table. Frequencies of Iron  Book: CRC Handbook




2.24 Table. Frequency / Wavelength of Intense Spectrographic Lines of Iron 




2.25 Table. X-Ray Wavelengths of Iron  Book: CRC Handbook




2.26 Table. Atomic energy levels of Iron 

Impossible Correspondence Index

Copyright. Robert Grace. 1999