The SVP Universal Cosmology
A Rosetta Stone for the New Science Paradigm
Version 1.0
Polarity
Manifests as Rotating Vortex
Figure 3.3 
Vector Potentials
Figure 3.4 
Vector Polarizations
Figure 3.5 
Introductory Affinitizing to Center
Figure 3.6 
Beginning of Vortex Motions
b reaches and
impacts PoI at T2.
b voids and reverses polarity.
Figure 3.8 
Celestial Seeks and Condenses at Center
"All dimensions simultaneously expand and contract in opposite
directions of the same ratio.
Expansion pressure is in direct ratio to the square of the distance,
area, plane, orbit or time unit, and to the cube of the volume.
Contraction pressure is in inverse ratio to the square of the distance,
area, plane orbit or time unit, and to the cube of the volume."
(The Universal One, pg 162)
"Every mass in the universe occupies a measurable potential position." (The Universal One, pg 162)
"Every
generative effect of motion begins its cycle at its maximum in the
region of lowest pressure, loses one half of every dimension of it at
the high pressure point of its cycle wave, and exhausts its effect at
the place of its beginning.
Every radiative effect of motion begins
its cycle at its minimum in the region of the lowest pressure, gains
onehalf of every dimension of it at the high pressure point of its
cycle wave, and attains its maximum at the place of its ending."
(GeneroRadiative Concept, part 6b)
The vortex
theory assumes, therefore, that the universe consists of one uniform
primary substance, a fluid which fills all space, and that what we call
matter consists of portions of this fluid which have become animated
with vortex motion. The innumerable atoms which form molecules, and
through molecules all the diversified forms of matter of the material
universe, are therefore simply so many vortex rings, each perfectly
limited, distinct, and indestructible, both as to its form, mass, and
mode of motion. They cannot change or disappear, nor can they be formed
spontaneously. Those of the same kind are constituted after the same
fashion, and therefore are endowed with the same properties.
The theory is a
plausible one, and the reputation of its authors must command for it
respectful consideration; but it is as yet a long way from being an
established theory which can be accepted as a true representation of
facts. In the first place it is based solely on mathematical theory,
and not, as in the case of atoms and lightwaves, upon actual facts of
weight and measurement tested by experiment, and to which mathematical
reasoning affords only an aid and supplement. No one has proved the
existence of such a medium or of such vortex rings, much less weighed
or measured them.
Moreover the
theory is open to some very obvious objections. How can aggregations of
imponderable matter acquire weight, and become subject to the law of
gravity, which, as we have seen, is one of the essential and permanent
qualities of atoms? If a cubic millionth of a millimeter of ether
formed into a big vortex ring of, say, an atom of mercury, has a weight
equal to 200 times that of an atom of hydrogen, which itself has a
definite weight, why has it no weight in its original form? And if it
had weight, however small, how could the enormous mass of ether filling
all space produce no perceptible effect on bodies, even of attenuated
cometic vapor, revolving through it with immense velocities? Again, how
could these innumerable vortex rings be formed out of the ether without
disturbing the uniformity and continuity of the medium, which are
essential for the propagation of the lightwaves through it? And how
could the motions requisite to form the vortex rings be impressed on
the them de novo consistently with the principle of the conservation of
energy? Energy can no more be created out of nothing than matter, by
any process known in nature or conceivable by the human intellect; and
to assume it is simply a more refined manner of falling back on the
superatural, which is itself only a more refined manner of saying that
we know nothing.
For the present,
therefore, we must be content with atoms and ether as the ultimate
terms or our knowledge of the material or quasimaterial components of
the universe." [A Modern Zoroastrian; Laing, Stephen; Chapman and
Hall, London, 1891]
References: Col. Thomas Bearden: I'll give you several of them that bear directly on this. See R. Chen, "Cancellation of internal forces," American Journal of Physics, Vol. 49, No. 4, Apr. 1981, p. 372. Chen gives a discussion of these summation vectors and internal vectors. He points out that the internal forces occur in equal and opposite pairs; in other words, as internal stresses. That's certainly pointing out the internal, bidirectional force structure of a scalar stress  a scalar potential, if we're talking EM stress and EM forces. Note that this internal pattern is exactly what Maxwell's quaternion theory captured and retained, and that the Heaviside and Gibbs vector theory discards. Further, the quaternions captured the internal order of this internal force vector structure as well. Second, in a beautiful article Kidd bluntly states that all our measurement/detection is really binocular. See Richard Kidd et al, "Evolution of the modern photon," American Journal of Physics, Vol. 57, No. 1, Jan. 1989, p. 2735. E.T. Whittaker, of course, wrote the definitive engineering methodology of how to do all this with EM waves  how to infold the EM waves into a bidirectional wave structure that produces a standing wave of externally forcefieldfree scalar potential. The two Whittaker papers are (1) "On the partial differential equations of mathematical physics," Mathematische Annalen, Vol. 57, 1903, p. 333355; and (2) "On an expression of the electromagnetic field due to electrons by means of two scalar potential functions," Proc. Lond. Math. Soc., Series 2, Vol. 1, 1904, p. 367372.
See also Russell's "Principle of Regeneration".
Figure 3.11 
Electric and Magnetic Vectors
Figure 3.12 
Mutually Antagonized Polarities

Figure 3.13 
Contracting and Expanding Duality