The single most important concept to take from here is that not only is ST not rigid and static...indeed it is more like a fluid made of light, each quanta of which flashes on and off...pulsepropagates into and out of existence...at a frequency (and wavelength) according to its energy...and this fluid light ST unit resonates off a wave of energy at the peak of each pulseflash...that wave, like a pond ripple, fans out to infinity (or the edge of the Universe...which ever comes first) where it is absorbed back into the subPlanck event horizon (Singularity) to fuel the next round...communicating...passing on information...as to the location source and energy density...the amount and degree of its presence...its curvature...to every other ST unit throughout the Universe(s), BUT that the ST formation and curvature information propagation is informed, dictated and quantified by the matrix of BBS and the ISL...the bean counters par excellence!
And if that is not enough to fully float your boat, toss in the fractal. Yes the Fractal Universe. The whole pulsepropagating, BBSISL dependent, boson ST unit...a.k.a. curved ST...is a reiterative, selfsimilar fractal manifestation of the perfectly recyclable Universe.
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There are now six parts to TPISC: The Pythagorean — Inverse Square Connection ~A MathspeedST Supplement~ as found on Art Theory 101 White Papers (LINKS below):
Page 31: TPISC: The Pythagorean — Inverse Square Connection: (original White Paper)
Page 32: TPISC: INTRO to The Pythagorean — Inverse Square Connection: (early Intro)
Page 33: TPISC I: Basics ~The ebook on The Pythagorean — Inverse Square Connection
Page 34: TPISC II: Advanced ~The ebook on The Pythagorean — Inverse Square Connection
Page 35: TPISC I & II: INTRODUCTION TO TPISC (The Pythagorean — Inverse Square Connection) on the BBSISL Matrix ~~~A NEW Simplified Introduction~~~
Page 36: TPISC — MathspeedST — BBSISL Matrix Media Center. (40 movies on Vimeo)
In the NEW Simplified INTRODUCTION to TPISC (pg 35), you get a greatly simplified introduction and overview of TPISC: The Pythagorean — Inverse Square Connection white paper.
The actual white paper (TPISC) is packed full of visual media, charts and tables to follow the process of discovery. The relationships — connections and interconnections — between the BBSISL Matrix and the Pythagorean Theorem (as Pythagorean Triples) is so vast that the process of simplifying it down to consistent, irrefutable and concrete visuals became the motivation and driving force of this entire project. The ebook is free.
What is so amazing about the BBSISL Matrix?
If you scan each Row/Column, only some have squared numbers. If they do, the squared numbers always come in pairsets. In every case, those square number pairsets are the AREAS of the two shorter sides ("a" and "b") of a Pythagorean Triple triangle. The longer hypotenuse (c) AREA is located on the Prime Diagonal — the diagonal line dividing the matrix grid evenly into two symmetrical halves! There is so much more! As are the implications!
This is their story.
TPISC — MathspeedST — BBSISL Matrix Media Center:
http://www.brooksdesignps.net/Reginald_Brooks/Code/Html/MSST/MSSTTPISC_resources/MSSTTPISC_resources.html
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TPISC on the BBSISL Matrix
Imagine that you’re “the” designer and your job is to design a dahlia.
What sort of tools must you have, instruction sets to follow, that you may fulfill this mandate within the context of everything else out there.
Fast forward to the flower bud stage. You have already locked in the nutrientgrabbing root structure and its codependent energygathering leaf structure. But now you must differentiate leaf buds into flower buds. But where, how many and in what order should they evolve?
Let’s look at the design of a single dahlia flower—mum style—with its nearperfect global sphere shape formed from nearlyidentical sets of petals curled into slightly flared cylinder—all neatly packed into an array across the “face” of the flower, accentuated with a dazzling center, contrasting target screaming out to the bees, the butterflies, the hummingbirds—pollinate me, pollinate me!
Being that the ISL is built around “squared” numbers— SQUARES—it naturally follows and builds ST with pure, ideal, highly symmetrical circlesphere and squarecube isosceles righttriangle geometry.
Ubiquitously embedded within the infinity expandable ISL is a 2nd geometry—the Pythagorean Triangles, a.k.a. the Pythagorean Triples—that introduce asymmetry in the form of nonisosceles, righttriangles forming bilaterally symmetrical, nonsquare rectangles and ovals into the ST forming mix.
Together, these two geometries form TPISC—The PythagoreanInverse Square Connection. A connection that can realize everything from the Golden Mean to the Cosmos itself!
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What are Natural Whole numbers? Integer numbers 0,1, 2, 3, ...

What is the ISL (Inverse Square Law)? Universal law of Nature that describes how influence (energy, force, light, sound,...) is diluted with distance from the source — as in density ∝ 1/r2.

What is the BBSISL Matrix? A matrix grid of Natural Whole numbers that describes the ISL.

Is the BBSISL Matrix a multiplication table? No! Only the Primary/Prime Diagonal (PD), which divides the matrix into two equal, symmetrical triangles like the diagonals on an ordinary square, is composed of the multiplication product (the “squares”) of the two Axis numbers.

Why does the BBSISL Matrix look so complex? New things often “look” complicated, even when they are extremely simple!

How can you let me see that? Easy, can you add 2 to any number?

Yes! Then you can easily make the 1st diagonal—1st diagonal running parallel next to the PD. Start with 3 + 2 = 5. Now to that sum of 5, add 2 again, and so on. 3+ 2= 5 5+ 2= 7 7+ 2= 9 ...

OK, that was easy! But where did the 3 come from? PD 4  PD 1 = 3.

What’s next?
Can you add 2 + 2?
 Yes, of course! On the 2nd parallel diagonal from the PD, start with 8 and add 4 to each subsequent sum.
8 + 4 = 12 12 +4 = 16 16 +4 = 20 ...

Where did the 8 come from? PD 9  PD 1 = 8

So let me guess, the next diagonal—the 3rd parallel to the PD will increase by either 6 or 8? The 3rd diagonal, starting with 15, increases by 6. 15 + 6 = 21 21 + 6 = 27 27 + 6 = 33 ... And, the starting number came from the difference (∆) between the PDs—one from above at the top of the column, and one to the right at the end of the row, both where they intersect the PD. PD 16  PD 1 = 15. TIP: The number (#) we are adding each time to the specific starting number is simply double (2x) the Axis number of that diagonal!

Are the rest of the parallel diagonals all formed the same way? Yes! Absolutely. Congratulations! You can now make the BBSISL Matrix from simple to infinity (∞)!

Hold on a minute! What about the other half? Remember, it is a symmetrical mirror of the lower half. The rows and columns just point 90° the other way. To keep things simple, we often work with just the lower half. The same numbers fill in the cells of the upper halve.

Does the PD play any other roles in the matrix? Yes, absolutely. For one, every grid cell value is simply the ∆ between the PD values at the row and column intercepts. Is that not simple, or what! You now have two methods to create the BBSISL Matrix without batting an eye! Easy! Simple!
Example: cell with 27 = PD 36  PD 9.

So are there any other things this BBSISL Matrix can do? I getting kinda bored, ya know! Yes! Hundreds and hundreds of things. Too many to name here, but there is another very interesting geometry that really sticks out—the Pythagorean Triples (PTs), a.k.a. Pythagorean Triangles.

What’s that? Everyone, sooner or later, learns about the Pythagorean Theorem. You know, add up the “squares” of the righttriangle’s sides and that sum equals the “square” of the long, hypotenuse side. (A righttriangle has a 90° angle in it.)
The Pythagorean Triples (PTs) are 90° righttriangles composed solely of Natural Whole numbers—just like in the BBSISL Matrix. They come in two forms: primitives (irreducible “parent” forms) and nonprimitives (multiples of the primitives, “child” forms). There are an infinite number of both.

So what does that have to do with the BBSISL Matrix? Every PT resides uniquely on a row upon the matrix, and, the Pythagorean Theorem Proof of any, and all, such PTs is found by sliding the “squares” of the PT’s sides to the origins of the matrix.

Does every row have a PT? No. Only those rows with Squared numbers from the PD above.

Explain? Take a PD number from anywhere on the PD (9 +). Drop down that column until you intersect with a row cell value that is also a Squared PD number. Next, go along that same row until you reach a 2nd Squared PD number. Those two “squared” cell values = b2 and a2 , and, the c value will be at the end of that row on the PD. That is the c2 = a2 + b2 PT. Squared PairSets.

Can the same PT be on different rows? No. It is always unique to a specific row.

Can more than one PT be on the same row? Yes, there can be 2, 3, 4, … other sized PTs that occupy the same row—each has its Squared PairSets of b2 and a2 values.

Are the PTs connected in any way? Yes, absolutely! Every PT is ultimately connected to every other PT and that Number Sequence Patterning is presented in TPISC I: Basics (free) and TPISC II: Advanced.

OK, without my reading a math book—even one only about Natural Whole numbers—why should I care about this? What does a matrix gridtable of the ISL and the ubiquitously embedded PTs have to do with my reality??? The short answer: Everything! The ISL defines the SpaceTime (ST) of the Universe. No exceptions. That ST is in flux—it is dynamically generated and regenerated as to the energy density it is informing—sitting within a larger soup of other STs formed and forming. The information of the influence dilution (energy, force, light, sound, ....) that the ISL conveys is completely known from the onset! The exact same thing occurs for the embedded PTs. They, too, are ubiquitously present and simultaneously known for all sizes of PTs form the smallest 3—4—5 to the infinite largest.
So now, we have two geometries instantly and simultaneously present informing all of ST from zero to ∞.
 Well, you’ve got me there! But, so what? Glad you asked! You see, the basis of the BBSISL Matrix is that of the circle/square. Perfectly symmetrical geometric forms containing 90° rightangle isosceles triangles. These inform ST in a manner reflecting these properties.
Now, enter the PTs. PTs are based on 90° rightangle NONisosceles triangles, i.e., when paired they form NONsquare rectangles as opposed to the squares of the ISL. Such rectangles are longer than they are wide (bilateral symmetry).

OK. Squares or rectangles, so what’s the big deal? Now you’re talking. Unlike the formation of ST on nothing but simple circle/square geometry, asymmetrical rectangles allow for specific, slightly different geometry to come into play—within the ISL layout—at articulated points of interest—nodes—that give the forming ST new instructions, e.i., at this nodal point of ST formation, your next expansion shall now follow the rectangular geometry of the PT versus the circle/square geometry of the strict ISL.

Where do these nodes occur? They occur along those rows that contain a PT. Specifically at the Squared PairSet values that defined that PT on a particular row. If you were to venture in to TPISC II: Advanced, you would find that the Extended Dickson Method lays out a complete geometric pattern for each PT, centered around the Squared PairSet values.

That’s it? We (Nature) can make things out of rectangles in addition to circles, squares and isosceles triangles? Evolution is based on, among other factors, the geometry that informs the structure—animate or inanimate. All rectangles contain perfect circles, squares and isosceles triangles in addition to their own ovals, rectangles and nonisosceles triangles. (Ignoring Platonic Solids for this discussion.) In other words, the asymmetry introduced with the PT geometry brings an evolution of form to a level of greater complexity—more options, more possibilities—that enriches the creative expressive possibilities of a forming ST. Multiply this repeatedly and you end up with a dahlia, a galaxy, a cosmos! Together, the symmetric and asymmetric instructions sets of the ISL and PTs—respectively—give rise to the expression of ST.

Aren’t there other forms—including fractallike forms, the golden rectangle, etc. that are so obviously in play in the ST forms we see with our eyes (and telescopes) everyday? Indeed, and the PTs are suggested as acting in just such a manner—as fractallike forms with reiterative, selfsimilar patternmodes of form expression. TPISC reveals exactly how the PTs replicate and are related to each other, and, how they are related back to the ISL via the BBSISL Matrix. Their relationship with the Golden Mean/Proportion/ Rectangle is built into the BBSISL Matrix itself.

How can I use my understanding of TPISC tomorrow when I wake up and start a new day? From your dreams of the impossible, wake up aware that you now have some knowing of just how Nature— Nature in all her profound wisdom—builds the very ST upon which you take your next breath, sip that favored cup of joe, while you peruse the headlines of idiots doing violence to others!
A 5 minute movie, an animated Gif, a links page and a closing follows.
TPISC — MathspeedST — BBSISL Matrix Media Center:
http://www.brooksdesignps.net/Reginald_Brooks/Code/Html/MSST/MSSTTPISC_resources/MSSTTPISC_resources.html