Walter Russell, in his book The Universal One, presents a scale of devolving and evolving characteristics, parameters and powers. He called this scale the

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**Scale of Locked Potentials**. The orderliness and periodicity of this scale can be viewed in two main ways: Power Centered and Zero Centered.**Figure 12.02 - 0 Inertia Centered Scale**

(courtesy University of Science and Philosophy)

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**Scale of Locked Potentials**shown in relative relationships.courtesy University of Science and Philosophy

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**Scale of Locked Potentials**shown in Geometric/Volumetric relationships where greatest volume and least energy density is at 0 and least volume and greatest energy density at 4+.**Figure 12.10 - Russell's Locked Potential Wave as Function of Multiple Octaves**

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__decrease__in volume as a concurrent reciprocal__increase__in pressure and its inverse. As also increase in gravity with concurrent decrease in radiation and its inverse.See Also

**Heart****Inverse Square Law****Part 12 - Russells Locked Potentials****Rhythmic Balanced Interchange****Square Law****Universal Heart Beat****Wave****12.11 - Eighteen Attributes or Dimensions**See Also

**Carbon****Chart of Locked Potentials****Eighteen Attributes or Dimensions****Figure 12.01 - Russells 4 Power Centered Scale****Figure 12.02 - 0 Inertia Centered Scale****Impedance****Indig****Indig Numbers****Inverse Square Law****Locked Potentials and Subdivisions****Locked Potentials and the Square Law****Neutral Center****Russell Locked Potentials****Part 12 - Russells Locked Potentials****Perfect Fifth****Power Centered****Scale of Locked Potentials****Spark****Square Law****Table 11.03 - Roots Powers of Two and Indig Numbers****This Three Dimensional Cube Universe of Nine****Voiding****Zero Centered****Zero Point****11.14 - Indig Numbers****11.15 - Indig Numbers - Inert Gases and Octave Position****12.01 - Scale of Locked Potentials****12.04 - Locked Potentials and the Square Law**