Basic Things


These chapters were developed to give some basic understanding of several sciences: dimensions, physics of atoms, sound, light and electricity.

These discussions are a composite of theory, facts, definitions, standards, conventions and my own interpretations.

I have attempted to eliminate as much math and esoteric commentary as possible and have substituted graphics to make visualizing what is discussed much easier to grasp.

Table of Contents

Section 1: Dimensions

Covers 0-D to 4-D ( Hyperspace ) concepts.

Figures - Dimensions, 1-D Space Coordinate Systems, 1-D Reference Frames, 2-D Objects, 3-D Objects, Perspective.

Section 2: Atoms

A discussion of atomic and sub atomic physics.

Tables - Atomic Order 1 to 54, 55 to 109, 1 to 109 and Atomic Shells 1 to 9, 10 to 18, 1 to 18.

Section 3: Sound

How we hear and the basics of wavelength, amplitude and bandwidth.

Figures - Human Ear.

Section 4: Electricity

Covers how the information in previous chapters is related and establishes the foundation for the discussion in the chapter on Spread Spectrum design.

Part 1 covers basic electricity

Electric and magnetic fields. Voltage, current and resistance. Batteries, conductors and insulators. DC and AC sources. Series and parallel circuits. Coils, inductors and transformers. Open and closed circuits.

Figures - Fields, Electric Circuits.

Part 2 covers more in-depth technical and safety information about electricity.

Electrons, magnets, electric and magnetic fields. Formulas, values and units of measure. Constant voltage and current sources. Batteries, coils, inductors, transformers, capacitors. Power ratings, short circuit, dissipation rates

Part 3 covers concepts of electricity using other physical systems.

Dams, microphones, speakers and thunder clouds.

Figures - Thunder Cloud.

Section 5: Light

How we see and preceive color.

Figures - Relative Color.

Section 6: Spread Spectrum

Electric and magnetic field transmission.

Waveforms, oscilloscope, spectrum analyser.

How analog communications designs are mapped onto digital designs.

Figures - Signals, Square Wave, Spread Spectrum.

Section 7: An encryption Process

How to combine hyperspace and spread spectrum into a single encryption system.

Figures - HCSSES Algorithm, Translating 2-D to 3-D, Translating 3-D to 4-D, 4-D Path, Translating V onto a Sphere, Translating V onto a Longitude, Spreading V.

Section 8: Rantings

Covers my views on sub atomic physics and the holy grail of physics "The Uniform Field Theory".

Space things:

Star Trek's warp drive and sub space communication.

Slider's interdimensional traveling.

Outer Limit's 4-D doorway and 4-D creature.

Time things:

Quantum Leap's string theory.

Back To The Future's time machine.

H. G. Well's "The Time Machine".

Author: David Bishop


Last updated: Mar 4, 2011