**99.9.1 Significance of the (1 / 4Pi) (Michael Morton)**

Tom ...

Your (1 / 4Pi) Volume of Torus seems very, very significant to me .. regarding the "Orion Belt-stars Composite Ratio"

(Morton, 2001, Internet) .. of .. 7.957747155 .. (MINTAKA X ALNITAK) / ALNILAM .. @ Jan.1, 2000 ASM .. = (31.00627668 X 43.63323131) / 170.010936

This "Orion Belt-stars Composite Ratio" .. of their Grid POINT Values as of Jan.1, 2000 in the "ASM" .. to me .. is very important.

And .. The Torus .. if I'm not mistaken .. is almost like an "ultimate" geometric figure .. in some sense .. ??

-- Michael L.M.

**99.9.2 Significance of the (1 / 4Pi) (Tom Mellet)
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Michael,

You should visit Arthur's website at

http://www.arthuryoung.com and read some of his essays, a few of which will talk about the torus.

Also, the 1/4*PI may signify something to do with the solid angle (solid meaning 3-D) called a steradian,in which 4*PI is the total solid angle as opposed to 2*PI which is full circle or 360 degrees for angles that are 2-dimensional. However, I'll need to research the solid angle more.

MetPhys made an intriguing comment about the torus expressing Arthur Young's growth factor and the spin-up, spin down aspects of the electron which expresses itself in toroidal fashion.

But also, the torus is the expression of a vortex and any vortex is self-referential, in that form and substance are the same in a vortex. (A whirlpool is the substance of water taking its own form out of water itself.)

Tom

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