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I have always had a deep interest in natural philosophy. Nature is far more elegant and discernable than contemporary physics might have you believe; it’s just that profound and overwhelming complexity is built upon an underlying and absolute simplicity. It is this absolute simplicity that I continuously seek out in the otherwise extreme environment of mathematics and the natural world. 

"God is an infinite sphere, the center of which is everywhere, the circumference of which is nowhere." Hermes Trismegistus

“3 things make everything.” Jon DePew

There is an irreducible triangulation that is required to define space and time, and across all branches of mathematics and physics, this simple reduction of logic holds true. While these "3 things" are provided myriad names among so many existent mathematical languages, I explore this base triangulation, best known as the Pythagorean Theorem, as it manifests as 3 dimensions/ 3 vectors/ 3 axes/ the 3 values of force – positive, neutral, and negative. They are necessitated by the equal and opposite values of space and counterspace to define the sphere and the transverse and longitudinal waves, which are the principal dimensional components required to fulfill the physics of nature, and through which all other geometries exist by extension. In mapping the correspondences of this dimensional reasoning, one inevitably describes the electromagnetic fields and encounters the physics of nature's forces in relation.


Tetrahedron GIF
3 Axis Wave Mechanics
Magnetic Gear Torque Diagram

“Give me a lever long enough, and a fulcrum upon which to place it, and I will move the world.” Archimedes

It is by understanding the dynamics and distribution of these three axes that we may define all other forces, and learn that they are one. They are the beating heart of wave mechanics, chirality, polarity, charge, and the standing wave distributions of the particles of matter.

Here I illustrate many of my efforts to reveal the behavior of these fundamental principles in the sciences of geometry, mathematics, vibratory physics, optics, and electromagnetic fields. My work is ongoing and young.

As I get time, I will continue to compose more comprehensive explanations of some of my work, which will be found in my "writings" page. Lastly, while I feel I have made many personal discoveries of my own, I believe it to be highly important to give credit to the great minds and heroic efforts of those whose shoulders we all stand on. Please visit my "acknowledgments" page.

Earth Field GIF
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