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Harmonics of Wobbling Spheres and Equatorial Rings
This note is to be coupled with my most recent videos, “MagnetoelectricSpectrum and Magnetic Sine Waves - Harmonics of Wobbling Rings”
And my recent visit to Searl Magnetic Headquarters:

If a straight line = 0, then we can’t use the integer 0 in Spherical Harmonicsbecause a straight string wrapped around a rounded object becomes a ring.There are no straight lines on a sphere. The shape of the fundamental frequencyin String Harmonics can only be achieved if work is exerted on the string.You cannot maintain a constant fundamental frequency without a constant forcebeing exerted on the string by a violin bow. But the bow is only so long,therefore the constant of the fundamental frequency will correlate with thelength of the bow.But it doesn’t take any energy for the equator of a sphere to maintain the shapeof the fundamental frequency of String Harmonics.If you were looking at the equator of a sphere from a straight on perspective, thering of the equator would APPEAR as a straight line. But with a simple tilt of thesphere, the observer’s perspective changes and exposes the illusion of thestraight line which becomes the shape of String Harmonics fundamentalfrequency.

The position of the nodes and antinodes in Spherical Harmonics represent the180 degree perspective of the equatorial wave while in a wobble.It seems we need some new scientific symbols in order to communicate thisconcept mathematically.We can’t use T = string tension for Spherical Harmonics, because there is nostring. We would have to use Voltage, because the amount of tension of anequatorial ring is dependent upon the amount of power used to magnetize amaterial. The equatorial ring in this case is the magnetic line of force.We can’t use m = string mass because the RING of energy has no mass.We can’t use L = string length because length refers to a straight line, we needcircumference which is
π
r^2
greater than the length of any given string relativeto the equivalent length of the diameter of Sphere.Zero in String Harmonics is rest. But there is no rest in Spherical Harmonics if comparing it relative to String Harmonics. Rest in spherical harmonics is equal to1 relative to the Strings.Any number other than 0, is infinitely greater than 0.Every number past 0 is that many times greater than infinity.But… zero is rest, and zero IS infinity. Anything other than rest is motion. Allthings in motion seek a state of rest.The only constant in String Harmonics is 0.All integers are representative of something other than just a stand aloneinteger.1 + 1 = 2, is only conceptual because the integers don't represent anything.The equation itself is a constant and doesn't accurately describe any scenario innature because all things in nature that the equation would represent areconstantly decomposing and breaking down. Coming to rest like the vibration of a string. Nothing ever remains a constant except the integer 0 itself. Any integerother than 0, came FROM zero and wants to return to it. Attempting to keep anequation or calculation at a constant is like trying to hold a basketball underwater.All "things" degrade and decompose, even integers. All integers are trying to getback to 0 just like a vibrating string is constantly trying to achieve a state of rest.When you pluck the string, it instantly begins to achieve a state of rest.An integer is like the vibration of a string at it's peak.
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