I have been giving theoretical physics a thorough and systematic going over and I think I’ve come up with a unified solution that incorporates gravity and all the particles.
I’m thankful for the work of:
Giants whose shoulders I stand on.
Each row in this model is a set of particles. Everything is ultimately composed of distance and time.
I am creating a new taxonomy because the existing names do not consistently define the particles of the system.
The structure of the schema is three dimensional and composed of three shells:
Inner Tetrahedral Intrashell:
Middle Octahedral Intershell:
Outer Icosahedral Boundary Shell:
The edges, vertexes and connections between the shells are all significant in revealing the dependecy of the particles upon one another.
This is the best I can do for a two dimensional representation:
EDITOR’S NOTE: Since I have written this I have come to recognize limitations in this and related perspectives that led them to be cul-de-sacs. My more recent work can be found here: The Czerepak Framework
After considerable struggle with the data it became clear to me that I was not dealing with a table in the normal sense. I could not reconcile a data cube with the seven dimensions I had discovered. Then it occurred to me that I was not dealing with a cube at all. I was dealing with a simpler solid, the octahedron. The octahedron has six dimensions (spokes) and seven vertexes.
This gives us a Hauy Construction (this figure is an eight degree):
Using my new taxonomy gives us the following views:
The age of the cube is over. Welcome to the age of the Octahedral Hauy Construction.