3.04 - Power Accumulation via Fibonacci-like Patterns - Each of the dark lens lines (Figure 3.3 - Orthogonal Structure and Dynamics) represents a center line or line of attraction around which will aggregate negative attractive (syntropic) polar particles. The lens lines centralize/assimilate together meaning direct proportional increase of attraction as they approximate each other. This action is accumulative in steps or phases as evidenced by the Fibonacci Series as an arithmetical action - but not ncessarily the Fibonacci proportions and quantities. In other words syntropic force will accumulate successively in ever increasing steps, each added to the other, according to the Scale of Locked Potentials and as the Fibonacci Series 1, 1, 2, 3, 5,.. etc. Not necessarily by these numbers and quantities but by this same process of accumulating addition. Entropic energy will dissipate in reverse pattern of subtraction; ...5, 3, 2, 1, 1. Which compound and complex activity results in greater accumulating attraction at the center and less attraction or dispersion at the periphery. In vibratory science this Fibonacci-like process has been recognized in two forms: Frequency Modulation Additive and Subtractive Synthesis and Amplitude Modulation Additive and Subtractive Synthesis and their reciprocals. Thus during wave interactions there will be addition and subtraction of Frequency and Amplitude (of vibration and oscillation) simultaneously. Attractive forces will assimilate to a center while dispersive energies expand to nullity at the periphery - on three planes - thus taking on the configuration of a cube, according to Russell, see Part 06 - Formation of Cubes.
NOTE: The Fibonacci Numbers are whole numbers. To reduce them to a decimal equivalent obscures their natural Beingness and makes them unnatural.
3.04 - Power Accumulation via Fibonacci-like Patterns
12.19 - Fibonacci Relationships
12.21 - Fibonacci Whole Numbers v Irrational Decimal near Equivalents
Figure 12.12 - Russells Multiple Octave Waves as Fibonacci Spirals
Inverse Square Law
Quantum Arithmetic Elements