The Scale of Locked Potentials can be applied to the eighteen variables, dimensions or components of the state of matter, energy and motion as presented by Russell. [See Part 9 for additional information on these eighteen variables, dimensions or components.] These variables, dimensions or components are the descriptors of matter, force and energy. By varying these variables, dimensions or components matter, force and energy may be modified. Or the reverse can occur as these variables, dimensions or components are changed so is the matter, force and energy manifesting. (A few additional variables, dimensions or components have been added as it is deemed these would be important and/or useful in certain calculations or considerations.) [See Law of Transformation of Forces, Born Oppenheimer approximation, rovibronic coupling, wavefunction]

These variables, dimensions or components of state are a larger set of a thermodynamic state. While standard thermodynamics considers primarily temperature, volume and pressure Russell's variable set of state is more comprehensive and inclusive. It is my opinion Russell (and his readership) would have been better served if he had used the term "variable" or "component" instead of the term "dimension".

**Table of Russell's Eighteen Dimensions**

These are the variables, dimensions or components which, when known and measured will make man master in that he will be able to evolve, or devolve, or transmute, or synthesize the elements at will:

Description | ||

1st | length (Distance, Radius) | L |

2nd | breadth (Area, Square) | Ba |

02.1 | Breadth (Area, Circle) | Bc |

3rd | Thickness (Volume, Cube) | Tk |

03.1 | Thickness (Volume, Sphere) | Tv |

4th | Duration or time (revolution period, see #13) | Tr |

04.1 | Time (spin period, see #12) | Ts |

5th | Sex (polarity) | Sx |

6th | Pressure | P |

7th | potentials | Po |

8th | Temperature | Tp |

9th | Ionization (repulsion, disintegration, dissociation) | Io |

10th | Crystallization | Cz |

11th | Valence (affinity, attraction) | Vl |

12th | Axial rotation (planet or particle spin) | Ar |

13th | Orbital revolution | Or |

14th | Mass (weight) | M |

15th | Color | Cr |

16th | Plane (above or below plane of ecliptic of primary) | Pn |

17th | Tone (sound, musical tones) | Hz |

18th | Ecliptic (above or below plane of ecliptic of primary) | Ec |

These variables, dimensions or components are characterized by two outstanding peculiarity common to all of them: an orderly periodicity and Reciprocating Proportionality. Symbols are proposed and may change.

The image below is a sketch showing the eighteen variables as functions of waveform.

**Waveform Components**

[**NOTE: Remake and replace Otey/Presti video introducing the Russell Wavefunction.**]

See Also

**Aliquot**
**Chart of Locked Potentials**
**Component**
**Conjugate Variables**
**Dimension**
**Figure 9.12 - Scale of Locked Potentials over Time**
**Figure 12.04 - Locked Potential Points Relations and Descriptions**
**Figure 12.10 - Russells Locked Potential Wave**
**Figure 12.11 - Russells Locked Potential Full Ten Octave Gamut**
**Harmonic**
**Law of Transformation of Forces**
**Locked Potentials and the Square Law**
**Order**
**parametric**
**Part 12 - Russells Locked Potentials**
**Partial**
**rovibronic coupling**
**Russell Wavefunction**
**Russell Wavefunction Equation**
**Scale of Locked Potentials**
**Spectral Component**
**State**
**Subdivision**
**Sympsionics**
**Thermodynamics**
**Variable**
**Wave**
**Wavefunction**
**3.22 - Quantum Leap Delta equivalent to Locked Potentials Delta**
**12.01 - Scale of Locked Potentials**
**12.04 - Locked Potentials and the Square Law**
**12.11 - Eighteen Attributes or Dimensions**