8- displacement order of 1-D, 2-D, and 3-D space


Electromagnetic energy


Intro to time

1-D, 2-D, 3-D time energy

Quantum of 123d space = h

Quantum of energy in gravity > h


Displacement order of 123d space

123d space is composed of basic 1-D units of bidirectional energy in constant random motion and distribution relative to each other. These basic 1-D units of energy are identical to each other, and interchange identities to maintain maximum randomness and optimum directional balance of the dynamic equilibrium energy of 123d space. These sequential events (i.e., changes in the status of basic 1-D units of energy) contribute to production of distance or space within the non-electromagnetic world of 123d space. In addition, the random motion of these basic 1-D units results in 1-D, 2-D, and 3-D space as they continuously cross paths.

The magnitude of an energy level increases with dimensionality - in other words, 1-D energy represents the lowest energy level, 2-D energy represents the next highest energy level, and 3-D energy represents the highest energy level due to dimensionality.

The inherent energy of 123d space is everywhere - it encompasses everything.  All unidirectional energy, or nonrandom, energy exists within 123d space, and must displace 123d space in order to move to a lower energy level.  All unidirectional energy moves toward its lowest possible energy level by displacing either 1-D, 2-D, or 3-D space in the process.

The displacement order of 123d space, from least to most amount of energy required is as follows:

  1. 1-D space least amount of energy required to displace
  2. 2-D space
  3. 3-D space most amount of energy required to displace

Unidirectional, or electric, energy will displace 1-D energy first since it requires the least amount of energy to displace.

As electric energy possesses too much energy to be directionally balanced by the 1-D energy of 123d space, then it must displace 2-D space.  In other words, the electric energy is forced to change its structure from a linear 1-D electromagnetic photon to a higher energy level structure:  a 2-D electromagnetic particle (electron-positron particle).

Entangled relationships help provide directional balance to unidirectional energy for all dimensions and magnitudes.


See diagram below. Click here for enlargement.

8 - displacement order of 123d space by unidirectional energy



To explore traditional views on displacement, see "Displacement" on Wikipedia.