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Glossary

Shapes
Shapes
Product of Difference
Shapes are the images, forms, or models of the structures of Identities.
These are symbols that represent Structure.
Structures can be understood to be basically Three (3) in kind....
Matter (i.e. Potential EnergyAtoms)  Organic (i.e. Cells)  Immaterial (i.e. Knowledge)
Shape communicates Structural Intelligence, Nature's form of an Identity.
Shapes are Nature's form to embody ("limit") Identities.
From the moment of birth humans, through eyesight and hearing........
(Vergence: measure of the convergence or
divergence pairs of light rays or sound waves,
defined as the reciprocal of the distance
between a point of reference
and the point at which the rays or sounds intersect)
Divergent Pairs converge and display as Opposites in all 3 dimensions.
Convergence
.........facilitates in propotional shapes to define t the Intelligent Nature of an Identity. Infants recognize parent's structure, their surroundings and experience the security and comfort for their well being from the structures they see and the reverberations that are echoed by the structure of their Mother's voice. As education begins, the first thing a student begins to learn is their ABC's,
shapes of letters which collectively in words and soumds convey meaning.
How Structures rise from Functional Difference!!!
Inseparable & Unseparable
Resonance Steps to Structure
Thing 
Unseparable 
Resonance 
Inseparable 




Sigularity or Identity
Infinite symmetry
Unity 
Finite Identities
Propotional Balance
Radii

Porpotional
Finite Identity
in Resonance 
Emerged
Finite Identity
Distinction 
Two (2) Basic Shapes of Reality
Infinite Symmetry of Process 
Infinite Symmetry of Structure 


Absolute Identity 
Finite Identities 
Two (2) Basic Shapes of Proportional Symmetry
Field Waves 
Structural Matter 


Change 
Potency 
Three (3) Basic Shapes of Nature
Two (2) dimensional perspectives 
Circle 
Line 
Triangle 



Infinite Semmetrical Unity 
Finite Identity 
Proportionality 
Four (4) Basic Shapes of Matter
Two (2) dimensional perspectives 
Triangle 
Related Triangles 
Square 
Circle 




Proportional Identity
of opposites 
Miosis
Related Identity
Different Identities 
Structure
Symmetry of
Opposite
Pairs

Infinite
Symmetry
Structual Space 
Matter  Potential Energy
Infinite quantity of Structures are impossible!
Matter takes up Space
(See: Mandelbrot Sets  Wikipedia) Five (5) Basic Shapes of Space Fields
Convergent Forces 
Divergent Force 
Strong 
Higgs 
Weak 
Gravity 
Electromagnetic 





Quark
Structure

Particle Structure 
Atomic
Structure 
Identity
Structure 
Radiation
Structure 
Geometrical Definitions
Intelligence in Shapes has Meaning in Nature
Line (generically defined): a length (straight or curved) without breadth or thickness that may be understood as width or depth also.
A spatial location defined by a real or imaginary unidirectional extent....a single frequency of very narrow band.
Thus, a line may convey structure or process as the trace of a moving point.
A line represents a Finite Identity



Polygon: a closed plane shape bounded by straight sides (lines).
Sample of possible Finite Identity 
Triangle: a threesided polygon.
A Triangle represents a Finite Identity in Equilibrium  Balance



Parallelogram: a foursided polygon,
a quadrilateral whose opposite sides
are both parallel and equal in length.
Finite Identity in different balance 
Rectangle: a parallelogram with four right angles.
A rectangle represents an elongated Balanced Structure. 


Square: a plane rectangle with four equal sides and four right angles;
a foursided regular polygon. the product of two equal terms.
Symmetry
A Square represents a Balanced Structure. 
Circle: ellipse in which the two axes are of equal length; a plane curve generated by one point moving at a constant distance from a fixed point.
Infinite Symmetry
Unity
A Circle represents an Identity whose Diameters are its internal Parts (Distinctions) and whose Radii represent separated Finite Identities of Difference.
Note: Derivatives are defined on surfaces at Tangency & interiorly by perpendicularity.
"Pairs of Opposites"



Ellipse: a closed plane curve resulting from the intersection of
a
circular cone and a plane cutting completely through it.
A Cone shape may represent the Time Change of Space from a Singularity through Expansion. 
Ellipse can also be understood in the context of Eccentricity:
a ratio describing the shape of a conic section; the ratio of the distance between the foci to the length of the major axis.
Example: "A circle is an ellipse with zero eccentricity" 

