Thoughts to Translate: Absence of 0-3-6-9 in Nature's Patterns - Currents
Number have been a part of our life ever since creation began. Interestingly enough we begin our lives with the number two in an opposite interaction. Out of this interaction we have creation starting with the combination of the two into one.
So why do we have numbers? They are more of a message like an advanced computer that can show us many secrets if we know how to look for them. The one I want to share, that refers to my work the most, is found using horizontal math and Fibonacci series numbers.
Here you an see that there are number pairs that are always present with each other kind of like DNA works. The pairs are: (1:1), (2:5), (4:7), (8:8). Four different pairs that can be made with this pattern and when you graph these two sequences on a chart you get an interesting result:
The graph is a perfect representation of Hysteresis Loops. One current flowing one way and another flowing the opposite direction. This is better described as Bistability.
Bistability is a fundamental phenomenon in nature. Something that is bistable can be resting in two states. These rest states need not be symmetric with respect to stored energy. The defining characteristic of bistability is simply that two stable states (minima) are separated by a peak (maximum).
Also when you place a high enough voltage across a capacitor, the charge and discharge graph would look like the red line. This also looks like two sawtooth waves moving in opposition to each other or with each other but different wave characteristics. This can also represent Magnetic flux saturation. How about a double helix? The pedals in the flower-of-life. The list goes on.