400.65 Summary: Six Positive and Negative Motions 
400.653 Structural Functions: Structural functions are summarized at Sec. 610.10. (Compare also Sec. 502.05.) 
400.66 Basic Motions and Degrees of Freedom 
400.661 There are six positive and six negative exercises of the motion freedoms (see Sec. 400.654), but the freedoms themselves come from the fact that the minimum structural system in Universe consists of six vectors: the tetrahedron. The tetrahedron has a minimum of six edges. 
400.662 The tetrahedron is a fourfold symmetry: As the minimum something it has four faces of symmetry and four vertexes of symmetry and six edge vectors providing the minimum degrees of freedom. Any one face has three edges, and the total of six edge vectors in the structure defines the set of events. With every turn to play in Universe we always get six moves: So the minimum something is the minimum play. (Compare Sec. 537.10, Fig. 608.01, and Sec. 825.27.) 
400.663 The minimum six vectors can be interarrayed at all kinds of angles provided they all add to 720 degrees^{__} the variable interangling provides the degrees of freedom. We find in topology that all minimum systems have vertexes, faces, and edges and that the number of edges in Universe is always evenly divisible by six. These are the six active and passive degrees of freedom, and they are always there. They do not operate in a plane; they are omnidirectionally interarranged. 
400.664 The six basic motions are complex consequences of the six degrees of freedom. If you want to have an instrument held in position in respect to any cosmic body such as Earth, it will take exactly six restraints: no more, no less. If we have only five restraints, then the tetrahedron will change its shape. Shape requires six restraints. Exactly six systemic interrestraints produce structure. Six restraints are essential to structure and to pattern stability. 
400.665 Anything that holds its shape has a minimum of six positive and negative integral restraints so that the system itself can spin or the system itself can orbit. The system itself can insideout. These are system behaviors, and the six degrees of restraint are integral. 
400.666 The six basic integral system cosmic motions have six internal structure producing restraints and six external unique motionproducing restraints. (If a system is frozen as part of a larger system, it will have to lose one of its restraints.) Internally and externally there are 12 alternate optimally equieconomical degrees of cosmic freedom, all of which must be coped with to produce cosmic order. 
400.70 Visibility and Invisibility of Systems 
400.71
There are six uniquely differentiable components of
all systems and of all
thoughts: (1) insideness; (2) outsideness; and (3) (4)
(5) (6) the four star events (see Sec.
510)
that do the systemic defining of the insideness
and the outsideness, which
inadvertently display:

400.72 Therefore there are six parts of Universe: four of them are always humanly conceptualizable and always define the successively considerable domains of human thought, while the other two of the six cosmic parts are always untunedin, ergo invisible; i.e., the ultramacrotunable otherness and the inframicrotunable otherness. 
400.73 The visibility of conceptuality is always so preoccupying of human senses and minds as to render spontaneously forgettable our onlyprogressivelyacquired knowledge of the vast ranges of the knowntoexist but nonsimultaneously tunable^{__}ergo, invisible^{__}otherness of Scenario Universe. 
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