972.00 Universal Integrity Model 
972.01 GravitationalRadiational: In its introvert mode, the rhombic dodecahedron interconnects six 1/6th spheres and manifests gravity. In its extrovert mode, the rhombic dodecahedron comprises one whole sphere at its center with no other spheres implied; these are the spheres that together fill allspace. The extrovert mode of the rhombic dodecahedron manifests radiation. 
972.02 The rhombic dodecahedron is the integrated sphere (syntropic) OR the disintegrated sphere (entropic). 
973.00 Basic Tetrahedra as Volumetric Modules 
973.01
Basic Tetrahedron: Each Basic Tetrahedron (Syte)^{6} is
semisymmetric, four
of its six edges consisting always of two pairs of equallength
edges and only two being of
odd lengths. The Syte itself consists of six entirely
asymmetric Modules, four of which are
dissimilar to the other two:
2 A ( + ) positive Modules 2 A (  ) negative Modules 1 B ( + ) positive Module 1 B (  ) negative Module (Footnote 6: See Sec. 953.40.) 
973.10 Regular Tetrahedron: The Platoidentified "regular" (i.e., omnisymmetric) tetrahedron is comprised entirely of A Modules: 12 positive A s and 12 negative A s, but the symmetric, "regular, " Platonic, equiangled, equiedged tetrahedron cannot by itself fill allspace as could the cube, the rhombic dodecahedron, and the tetrakaidecahedron^{__}none of which allspacefilling forms have selfstabilizing structuralconformation integrity, not being comprised of triangles, which alone can stabilize pattern. 
973.11 The "regular" Platonic tetrahedron may be combined with the octahedron to fill allspace. 
973.12 The volumes of all the symmetrical Platonic polyhedra, except the icosahedron and its pentagonal dodecahedron, are whole, lowordernumber multiples of the "regular" Platonic tetrahedron, consisting itself of 24 modules, making that tetrahedron seemingly the "basic unit of measure" of all polyhedra. The inability of that "regular" tetrahedron to fill all cosmic space turns our comprehensive, cosmiccoordinate system exploration to the consideration of the least common divisor aggregates of the A and B Modules. 
973.20 Functions of A and B Quanta Modules and Sytes: The A and B Quanta Modules are omnitriangulated and individually asymmetric but not maximally asymmetric. The A Quanta Module has three of its 12 total angles at 90 degrees, and the B Quanta Module has two 90degree angles. The A Quanta Module has a 30degree and a 60 degree angle. The B Quanta Module has two 45degree angles. 
973.21 These angles all represent loworder whole fractions of unity: 1/4, 1/6, 1/8, 1/12, and 1/16 of unity in a planar circle; all the other angles of the A and B Quanta Modules are unit and symmetric central angles of the tetrahedron and octahedron. 
973.22 The variety of their mixability produces what need be only momentary bewilderment and only an illusion of "disorder" occasioned initially by the subtlety and muchness of the unfamiliar. 
973.23 This brings us to consider the only superficially irregular, only semiasymmetric Syte as possibly being the most separately universal structuralsystem entity. 
973.24 The Syte, consisting of only six modules and filling allspace in a threefold intertransformable manner, is found to be far more universal and "primitive" than the regular tetrahedron. The Mite is the single most universal and versatile structural component^{__}save for its own subcomponents, the A and B Quanta Modules, which of unit volume and nonmirrorimaged complementation do indeed initially provide, singly or in complementation, the beginnings of all cosmic structuring. 
973.25 The Syte's six Modules are always subdivided into two sets of three Modules each^{__}two As, one B^{__}of which two sets of the three Modules each are identically dimensioned both angularly and linearly, but one is inside out of the other. Therefore, one set of three Modulestwo As, one B^{__}is positively outsideouted, and the other is negatively insideouted. 
973.30
Particle and Wave Involvement: Particle Quanta Equation:
(Prime numbers 2 and 5)
10F^{2} + 2

973.31
Wave Quanta Equation: (Prime numbers 2, 5, and 3)

973.32 One is particle involvement; the other is total involvement. Inadvertently, they correlate the sphere and all the other polyhedra rationally. 
973.33 The difference is the difference between using the tetrahedron as volumetric unity, while the physicist has always been using the cubic centimeter of water^{__}and then only lifting it in one direction, against gravity, against the imagined plane of the world. But, synergetics moves omnidirectionally, inwardly, outwardly, and aroundly. (See Secs. 505.40, 1009.36 and 1012.37.) 
974.00 Initial Frequency 
974.01 The initially potentialonly frequency (F = + 1, 1) vector equilibrium has a volume of 20 regular tetrahedra, each of which consists of 24 A modules. 20 × 24 = 480 modules = initial vector equilibrium. 
974.02 The initialfrequency vector equilibrium has alternatively either a radiant rhombic dodecahedron core or a gravitational rhombic dodecahedron core, either of these alternates being of identical overall size and shape. Both consist of 144 modules. From the 480 modules of the vector equilibrium, we subtract the 144 modules of the rhombic dodecahedron, which leaves 366 modules surrounding either the radiant or gravitational rhombic dodecahedron nuclearsphereenveloping core. Each module = 1/144th of our spherical domain. 336/144 = 2 1/3 ; and 480/144 = 3 1/3; therefore, one nuclearsphere domain surrounded by the parts of exactly 2 1/3 additional sphericaldomainproducing modules, distributed symmetrically around the nucleus in exactly 12 groups of 28 modules each. 2 1/3 spheres divided by 12 = 7/36ths of one spherical domain. 2 = 7/3 = 84/36 spheres = 7/36ths of a nuclear sphere. We do not produce any complete regular polyhedron by adding 28 modules to each of the 12 rhombic dodecahedron faces. While 28 modules, i.e., 7/36ths of one spherical domain, may be added to each corner vertex of the vector equilibrium, they do not produce any complete regular polyhedron at initial frequency where F = both + 1 and  1. Each nucleated vector equilibrium = 3 spheres exactly, and not 13 whole spheres as do 12 closest packed around one. They have the centers of 12 fractional spheres (7/36 each) close packed around one whole sphere. 
974.03 Each cube = 3 tetrahedra × 24 modules = 72 modules. 144 modules = 1 sphere. Each initialfrequency cube = 1/2 a spherical domain. Eight cubes in a F^{2} cube = four spherical domains. Eight cubes have one whole central nuclear sphere and eight 1/8th spheres on the eight outer comers. The eight F = 1 cubes combined to = lF = 2 cubes have 8 × 72 = 576 modules. 
974.04 One octahedron has 4 × 24 = 96 modules = 96/144 = 2/3 spherical domain. One vector equilibrium = 3 1/3 spheres. Therefore, one vector equilibrium plus one octahedron = four spheres = one tetrahedron of four closestpacked spheres. One Eighth Octahedron = 96/8 = 12 modules. If we add eight EighthOctahedra to each of the vector equilibrium's eight triangular faces, we produce a cube of 480 + 96 modules = 576 modules, which is the same as the eightcube F = 2 cube. 
980.00 Pi and Synergetics Constant
980.01 Relative Superficial and Volumetric Magnitudes 
980.02 Starting With Just Twoness: Granted a beyondtouchreach apartness between two initially interselfidentifying cosmic events of the basic otherness generating the awareness called "life," the approximate distance between the volumetric centers of the respective event complexes can only be guessed at as observingly informed by a sequence of angulardifferentialing of any two fixeddistanceapart, "rangefinder" optics, integral to the observer in respect to which some feature of the remote pattern characteristics of the otherness correspond with some selfsensible features integral to the observing selfness. 
980.03 Self has no clue to what the overall size of the awayfromself otherness may be until the otherness is in tactile contact with integral self, whereby component parts of both self and otherness are contactingly compared, e.g., "palmtopalm." Lacking such tactile comparing, self has no clue to the distance the other may be away from self. The principle is manifest by the Moon, whose diameter is approximately onemillion times the height of the average human. The Moon often appears to humans as a disc no bigger than their fingernails. 
980.04 Without direct contact knowledge, curiosityprovoked assumptions regarding the approximate distance T can be only schematically guessed at relativistically from a series of observationally measured angular relationship changes in the appearance of the observed otherness's features in respect to experienced timemeasured intervals of evolutionary transformation stages of self; such as, for instance, selfcontained rhythmic frequencies or selfconceptualizability of angularintegrity relationships independent of size. Relative macromicro system differentialing of directexperiencestimulated cosmic conceptuality initiates progressive selfinforming effectiveness relative to covarying values integral to any and all selfevolutionarily developing observational history. 
980.05 For instance, it is discoverable that with linear size increase of the tetrahedral structural systems (see Sec. 623.10), the tetrahedral surface enclosure increases as the second power of the linear growth rate, while the volumetric content coincreases at a thirdpower rate of the linear rate of size increase. Ergo, with a given tensile strength of cross section of material (itself consisting of nebular aggregates of critically proximate, massinterattracted, behavioralevent integrities), which material is completely invested in the tetrahedral envelope stretched around four events, with one of the events not being in the plane of the other three. The envelope of a given amount of material must be stretched thinner and thinner as the tetrahedron's four vertexes recede from one another linearly, the rate of the skin material thinning being a second power of the rate of linear retreat from one another of the four vertexial events. All the while the interior volume of the tetrahedron is increasing at a thirdpower rate and is being fed through one of its vertexes with an aggregate of fluid matter whose atomic population is also increasing at a third power volumetric rate in respect to the rate of linear gain by symmetrical recession from one another of the four vertexial points. 
980.06 A child of eight years jumping barefootedly from rock to rock feels no pain, whereas a grownup experiences not only pain but often punctures the skin of the bottom of the feet because the weight per square inch of skin has been increased three or fourfold. If humans have not learned by experience that the surfacetovolume relationships are not constant, they may conclude erroneously that they have just grown softer and weaker than they were in childhood, or that they have lost some mystical faculty of childhood. Realizing intuitively or subconsciously with selfevolutiongained information and without direct knowledge regarding the internal kinetics of atoms and molecules in the combined fluidgaseous aggregate of organisms, we can intuit cogently that naturally interrepellent actionreaction forces are causing the interior gaseous molecules to accelerate only outwardly from one another because the closestpacked limits will not accommodate inwardly, while expansion is ever less opposed and approaches entirely unlimited, entirely unpacked condition. Sensing such relationships without knowing the names of the principles involved, humans can comprehend in principle that being confined only by the everthinning films of matter stretched about them on, for instance, a tetrahedron's surface, the thirdpower rate of increase of the bursting force of the contained volume of gases against the secondpower growth rate of the ever more thinly stretched film, in respect to the firstpower growth rate of the system, swiftly approaches parting of the enclosing film without knowing that the subvisible energy events have receded beyond the critical proximity limits of their mutual massinterattractiveness and its interfallinness proclivities, instead of which they interprecess to operate as individually remote cosmic orbitings. All of these principles are comprehensible in effective degree by individuals informed only by repeated selfobservation of human saliva's surface tension behaviors of their lungexpelled, tongueformed, mouthblowable air bubbles as they swiftly approach the critical proximity surfacetension conditions and burst. 
980.07 Such information explains to self that the critical dimensional interrelationships are to be expected regarding which their own and others' experimental measurements may lead them to comprehend in useful degree the complex subvisible organisms existing between the energy states of electromagnetics, crystals, hydraulics, pneumatics, and plasmics. Thus they might learn that the smaller the system, the higher the surfacetension effectiveness in respect to total volumetricforce enclosure and interimpact effects of locally separate system events; if so, they will understand why a grasshopper can spring outward against a system's gravity to distances many times the greatest height of the grasshopper standing on the system and do so without damaging either its mechanical or structural members; on the other hand, humans are unable to jump or spring outwardly from Earth's surface more than one module of their own height, and if they were dropped toward the system from many times that height, it would result in the volumetriccontent massconcentration acceleration bursting their mass intertensioning's critical limits. 
980.08 Thus locally informed of relative magnitudeevent behaviors, the individual could make working assumptions regarding the approximate distances as though, informed of the observed presence of enough event details of the otherness corresponding with those of the withinselfcomplex, as provided by the relative electromagnetic frequency color effects that identify substances and their arrangement in the otherness corresponding to the observer's integralevent complex, the individual has never heard of or thought of the fact that he is not "seeing things" but is tuning in electromagnetic wave programs. The foregoing embraces all the parameters of the generalized principles governing always and only selfinaugurated education and its only secondary augmentability by others. 
980.09 Flyingboat aviators landing in barrenrock and icerimmed waters within whose horizons no living organism may be observed are completely unable to judge the heights of cliffs or valleys and must come in for a landing at a highly controllable glide angle and speed suitable for safe touchin landing. 
980.10 Once there has been contact of the observer with the otherness, then the approximate T distance estimation can be improved by modular approximations, the modules being predicated on heartbeat intervals, linear pacings, or whatever. These do, however, require time intervals. No otherness: No time: No distance. The specific within self rhythm criterion spontaneously employed for timedistanceinterval measurements is inconsequential. Any cycle tunable with the specificevent frequencies will do. 
981.00 Self and Otherness Sequence 
981.01 Coincidentally synchronized with the discovery of self through the discovery of otherness and otherness's and self's mutual interrollingaround (see Sec. 411), we have selfdiscovery of the outside me and the inside me, and the selfdiscovery of the insideness and outsideness of the otherness. The inside me in my tummy is directionally approachable when I stick my finger in my mouth. 
981.02 Now we have the complete coordinate system of selfpolarizing inoutand aroundness apprehending and comprehending of self experience, which initiates life awareness and regeneratively processes the evoluting agglomeration of individual experiences. Individual experiences are always and only specialcase physical manifestations of utterly abstract, cosmically eternal, generalized principles observable at remotely large and small as well as at everyday local middling time ranges, all of which accumulate progressively to provide potential convertibility of the experience inventory from energetic apprehensions into synergetically discovered comprehensions of a slowly increasing inventory of recognized, inherently and eternally a priori generalized principles from which gradually derive the inventory of human advantages gainable through the useful employment of the generalized principles in specialcase artifacts and inventions, which are realized and accumulate only through mutually acknowledged selfandother individual's omnidirectional observations of the multioverlapped relay of only discontinuously living consciousness's apprehensioncomprehensionawareness evolution of the totally communicated and everincreasing specialcase information and synergetically generalized knowledge environment, all of which integrally evolving overlapped and nonsimultaneously interspliced finite experience awareness aggregate is experientially identified as nonunitarily conceptual, but finitely equatable, Universe. 
981.03 Going beyond the original formulation of the fourspherevertexed minimum structural system (Sec. 411), we observe that the addition of a fifth spherical otherness to the fourball structural system's symmetry brings about a polarizedsystem condition. The fifth ball cannot repeat the total mutually intertouching experienced by each of the first four as they joined successively together. The fifth sphere is an oddball, triangularly nested diametrically opposite one of the other four and forming the apex of a second structural system tetrahedron commonly based by the same three equatorially triangulated spheres. This brings about a condition of two polarapex spheres and an equatorial set of three. Each of the three at the middle touches not only each other but each of the two poles. While each of the equatorial three touches four others of the fivefold system, each of the two polar spheres touches only three others. Due to this inherent individual differentiability, the fivefoldedness constitutes a selfexciting, pulsationpropagating system. (Compare the atomic time clock, which is just such a fivefolded, atomic structured, mutually based tetrahedral configuration.) 
981.04 This is a seconddegree polarization. The first polarization was subsystem when the selfness discovered the otherness and the interrelatedness became an axis of cospinnability, only unobservably accomplished and only intuitively theorized during the initial consciousness of interrollingaround anywhere upon one another of the mutually interattracted tangency of self and first otherness, which simultaneous and only theoretically conceivable axialrotation potential of the self and one other tangential pairing could only be witnessingly apprehended by a secondlytobediscovered otherness, as it is massattractively drawn toward the first two from the unthinkable nowhere into the somewhere. 
981.05
The whole associated selfandotherness discloses
both inouting (A) and
arounding (B), which are of two subclasses, respectively:
(1) the individually coordinate,
and (2) the mutually coordinate.

981.06 The couple may rotate axially, but it has no surrounding environment otherness in respect to which it can observe that it is rotating axially (or be mistaken and egotistically persuaded that the entire Universe is revolving axially around "self"). 
981.07 Not until a sixth otherness appears remotely, approaches, and associates with the fivefold system can the latter learn from the newcomer of its remote witnessing that the fivefold system had indeed been rotating axially. Before that sixth otherness appears, the two polar balls of the fivefold polarized system symmetry attract each other through the hole in their common base^{__}the triangular threeball equator^{__}and their approachaccelerated, secondpower rate of interattraction increases momentum, which wedgespreads open the equatorial triangle with the three equatorial spheres centrifugally separated by the axial spin, precessionally arranged by dynamic symmetry into a threeball equatorial array, with the three spheres spaced 120 degrees apart and forming the outer apexes of three mutually edged triangles with the two axially tangent polar spheres constituting the common edge of the three longitudinally arrayed triangles. 
981.08 Then along comes a sixth ball, and once more momentumproduced dynamic symmetry rearranges all six with three uniradius spheres in the northern hemisphere and three in the southern hemisphere: i.e., they form the octahedron, spinning on an axis between the face centers of two of its eight triangular faces, with the other six triangles symmetrically arrayed around its equator. Dynamic symmetry nests the next ball to arrive at the axial and volumetric center occurring between the north and south polar triangular groups, making two tetrahedra joined together with their respective apexes congruent in the center ball and their respective triangular base centers congruent with the north and south poles. Now the massinterattracted, dynamically symmetried group of seven spheres is centered by their common midtetra apex; since the sevenness is greater than the combined mass of the next six arriving spheres, the latter are dynamically arranged around the system equator and thus complete the vector equilibrium's 12aroundone, isotropic, closestpacked, omnicontiguousembracing, nuclear containment. 
981.09 As awareness begins only with awareness of otherness, the mass interattracted accelerating acceleration^{__}at a secondpower rate of gain as proximity is progressively halved by the self and otherness interapproach^{__}both generates and locally impounds the peak energy combining at tangency, now articulated only as roundand about one another's surfaces rolling. 
981.10 Self has been attracted by the other as much as the other has been attracted by self. This initial manifest of interacceleration force must be continually satisfied. This accumulative force is implicit and is continually accountable either as motion or as structuralsystem coherence. Four balls manifest structural interstabilization, which combiningly multiplied energy is locked up as potential energy, cohering and stabilizing the structural system, as is manifest in the explosive release of the enormous potential energy locked into the structural binding together of atoms. 
981.11 With all the 12 spherical othernesses around the initial selfoneness sphericity apparently uniformly diametered with self, the positivenegative vectorial relativity of nuclear equilibrium is operationally established. The pattern of this nuclear equilibrium discloses four hexagonal planes symmetrically interacting and symmetrically arrayed (see Sec. 415) around the nuclear center. 
981.12 Awareness of otherness involves mutually intertuned event frequencies. The 12 othernesses around the initially conceiving selfoneness establish both an inward and an outward synchroresonance. Circuit frequency involves a minimum twoness. This initial frequency's inherent twoness is totally invested as one inward plus one outward wave^{__}two waves appearing superficially as one, or none. 
981.13 The self extension of the central sphere reproduces itself outwardly around itself until it is completely embraced by selfreproduced otherness, of which there are exactly 12, exactreplica, exactly spherical domains symmetrically filling all the encompassing space outside of the initial sphere's unique closestpacked cosmic domain, which includes each sphere's exact portion of space occurring outside and around their 12 points of intertangency. The portion of the intervening space belonging to each closest packed sphere is that portion of the space nearest to each of the spheres as defined by planes halfway between any two most closely adjacent spheres. There are 12 of these tangent planes symmetrically surrounding each sphere whose 12 similar planes are the 12 diamondshaped facets of the rhombic dodecahedron. The rhombic dodecahedra are allspace filling. Their allspacefilling centers are exactly congruent with the vertexes of the isotropic vector matrix^{__}ergo, with the centers of all closestpacked unit radius sphere complexes. 
981.14 This is the selfdefining evolution of the sphere and spherical domain as omnisymmetrically surrounded by identical othernesses, with the selfregenerative surroundment radially continuous. 
981.15 We now reencounter the selffrequencymultipliable vector equilibrium regeneratively defined by the volumetric centers of the 12 closestpacked rhombic dodecahedral spheric domains exactly and completely surrounding one such initial and nuclear spheric domain. 
981.16 What seemed to humans to constitute initiation and evolution of dimensional connection seemed to start with his scratching a line on a plane of a flat Earth, in which two sets of parallel lines crossed each other perpendicularly to produce squares on the seemingly flat Earth, from the corners of which, four perpendiculars arose to intersect with a plane parallel to the base plane on flat Earth occurring at a perpendicular distance above Earth equal to the perpendicular distance between the original parallel lines intersecting to form the base square. This defined the cube, which seemed to satisfy humanity's common conception of dimensional coordination defined by width, breadth, and height. Not knowing that we are on a sphere^{__}the sphere, even a round pebble, seems too foreign to the obvious planar simplicity seemingly accommodated by the environment to deserve consideration. But we have learned that Universe consists primarily of spherically generated events. Universe is a priori spherically islanded. The starenergy aggregates are all spherical. 
981.17 If we insist (as humans have) on initiating mensuration of reality with a cube, yet recognize that we are not living on an infinite plane, and that reality requires recognition of the a priori sphericity of our planet, we must commence mensuration with consideration of Earth as a spherical cube. We observe that where three greatcircle lines come together at each of the eight corners of the spherical cube, the angles so produced are all 120 degrees^{__}and not 90 degrees. If we make concentric squares within squares on each of the six sphericalsurface squares symmetrically subdividing our planet, we find by spherical trigonometry that the four comer angles of each of the successively smaller squares are progressively diminishing. When we finally come to the little local square on Earth within which you stand, we find the corner angles reduced from 120 degrees almost to 90 degrees, but never quite reaching true 90degree corners. 
981.18 Because man is so tiny, he has for all of history deceived himself into popular thinking that all square corners of any size are exactly 90 degrees. 
981.19 Instead of initiating universal mensuration with assumedly straightlined, squarebased cubes firmly packed together on a world plane, we should initiate with operationally verified reality; for instance, the first geometrical forms known to humans, the hemispherical breasts of mother against which the small human spheroidal observatory is nestled. The synergetic initiation of mensuration must start with a sphere directly representing the inherent omnidirectionality of observed experiences. Thus we also start synergetically with wholes instead of parts. Remembering that we have verified the Greek definition of a sphere as experimentally invalidated, we start with a spheric array of events. And the "sphere" has definable insideness and seemingly undefinable outsideness volume. But going on operationally, we find that the sphere becomes operationally omni intercontiguously embraced by other spheres of the same diameter, and that ever more sphere layers may symmetrically surround each layer by everywhere closest packings of spheres, which altogether always and only produces the isotropic vector matrix. This demonstrates not only the uniformly diametered domains of closestpacked spheres, but also that the domains' vertexially identified points of the system are the centers of closest packed spheres, and that the universal symmetric domain of each of the points and spheres of all uniformly frequencied systems is always and only the rhombic dodecahedron. (See Sec. 1022.11.) 
981.20 All the wellknown Platonic polyhedra, as well as all the symmetrically referenced crystallographic aberrations, are symmetrically generated in respect to the centers of the spheric domains of the isotropic vector matrix and its inherently nucleating radiational and gravitational behavior accommodating by concentrically regenerative, omnirational, frequency and quanta coordination of vector equilibria, which may operate propagatively and coheringly in respect to any specialcase event fix in energetically identifiable Universe. 
981.21 The vector equilibrium always and only represents the first omnisymmetric embracement and nucleation of the firstselfdiscoveredbyotherness sphere by the completely selfembracing, twelvefold, isotropic, continuous otherness. 
981.22 Sphere is prime awareness. 
981.23 Spheric domain is prime volume. 
981.24 Only selfdiscoverable sphericsystem awareness generates all inwardness, outwardness, and aroundness dimensionality. 
982.00 Cubes, Tetrahedra, and Sphere Centers 
982.01 Spheric Domain: As the domain hierarchy chart shows (see "Concentric Domain Growth Rates," Sec. 955.40), the inherent volume of one prime spheric domain, in relation to the other rational low order number geometric volumes, is exactly sixfold the smallest omnisymmetrical structural system polyhedron: the tetrahedron. 
982.02 The spheric domain consists of 144 modules, while the tetrahedron consists of 24 modules. 24/l44 = 1/6. 
982.03 The vector equilibrium consists of 480 modules. 24/480 = 1/20. 
982.04 Within the geometries thus defined, the volume of the cube = 3. The cube consists of 72 modules. 72/24 = 3/1. The initial cube could not contain one sphere because the minimum spheric domain has a volume of six. 
982.05 The initial generated minimum cube is defined by four 1/8th spheres occurring closepackingly and symmetrically only at four of the cube's eight corners; these four corners are congruent with the four corners of the prime tetrahedron, which is also the prime structural system of Universe. 
982.06 We thus discover that the tetrahedron's six edges are congruent with the six lines connecting the four fractional spheres occurring at four of the eight alternate corners of the cube. 
982.10 Noncongruence of Cube and Sphere Centers: The centers of cubes are not congruent with the sphere centers of the isotropic vector matrix. All the vectors of the isotropic vector matrix define all the centers of the omniinterconnections of self and otherness of omnicontiguously embracing othernesses around the concentrically regenerating, observing self sphere. 
982.11 The vector equilibrium represents self's initial realization of self both outwardly and inwardly from the beginning of being betweenness. 
982.12 The cube does occur regularly in the isotropic vector matrix, but none of the cubes has more than four of their eight corners occurring in the centers of spheres. The other four comers always occur at the volumetric centers of octahedra, while only the octahedra's and tetrahedra's vertexes always occur at the volumetric centers of spheres, which centers are all congruent with all the vertexes of the isotropic vector matrix. None of the always cooccurring cube's edges is congruent with the vectorial lines (edges) of the isotropic vector matrix. Thus we witness that while the cubes always and only co occur in the eternal cosmic vector field and are symmetrically oriented within the field, none of the cubes' edge lines is ever congruent or rationally equatable with the most economical energetic vector formulating, which is always rational of low number or simplicity as manifest in chemistry. Wherefore humanity's adoption of the cube's edges as its dimensional coordinate frame of scientificevent reference gave it need to employ a family of irrational constants with which to translate its findings into its unrecognized isotropicvectormatrix relationships, where all nature's events are most economically and rationally intercoordinated with omnisixtydegree, one, two, three, four, and five dimensional omnirational frequency modulatability. 
982.13 The most economical force lines (geodesics) in Universe are those connecting the centers of closestpacked unit radius spheres. These geodesics interconnecting the closestpacked unit radius sphere centers constitute the vectors of the isotropic (everywhere the same) vector matrix. The instant cosmic Universe insinuatability of the isotropic vector matrix, with all its lines and angles identical, all and everywhere equiangularly triangulated^{__}ergo, with omnistructural integrity but always everywhere structurally double or hingebonded, ergo, everywhere nonredundant and forcefluid^{__}is obviously the idealized eternal coordinate economy of nature that operates with such a humanmindtranscending elegance and bounty of omnirational, eternal, optional, freedomproducing resources as to accomplish the eternal regenerative integrity of comprehensively synergetic, nonsimultaneous Universe. 
982.14 The edges of the tetrahedra and octahedra of the isotropic vector matrix are always congruent with one another and with all the vectors of the system's network of closestpacked unit radius spheres. 
982.15 The whole hierarchy of rationally relative omnisymmetrical geometries' interdimensional definability is topologically oriented exactly in conformance with the ever cosmically idealizable isotropic vector matrix. 
982.16 Though symmetrically coordinate with the isotropic vector matrix, none of the cooccurring cube's edges is congruent with the most economical energyevent lines of the isotropic vector matrix; that is, the cube is constantly askew to the most economic energycontrol lines of the cosmicevent matrix. 
Next Section: 982.20 