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Just as when you throw a handful of rocks at the surface of a lake and the interference patterns of waves intersect and maintain coherence, the interacting rings of Planck oscillator waveforms produce an interference pattern as in the pattern of harmonic interference.

Surprisingly, the pattern resulting from the interference of Planck Sphere Units structures generates the so-called “flower of life” pattern found in many ancient civilizations around of the world and commonly described as the fundamental pattern of creation.

If we extrapolate the resulting relation of this interaction of the geometrical interference patterns of the Planck oscillators we will find that they are triangulations that generate a tetrahedral geometry and a fractal cuboctahedral structure. We must understand and visualize this as that these patterns of the structure of space are occurring at a granular level so extremely small that if you could see the surface of a proton it would look perfectly smooth, since the pattern is many billions of times smaller in scale.

This cuboctahedral geometry is what Buckminster Fuller called the equilibrium vector that is the basis for the isotropic vector matrix that he believed is the mathematical basis or blueprint of creation. The intersection of Planck spheres in equilibrium forms a grid of tetrahedra and cuboctahedron. The matrix of 64 tetrahedra surrounded by spheres is shown to reveal the pattern of “the flower of life”.

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