Introduction to the Geocubic Model
(A Synopsis)

by Tom Gilmore
Copyright 2017
All graphics by Tom Gilmore
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The Grand Unification Theory

Academia is so far behind that they still expect the anticipated unification of the basic forces to be a theory (the Grand Unification Theory), not realizing the consolidation of the known forces must be a coherent model, and be consistent with scientifically established facts. 

These basic forces are conventionally labeled:
Strong Atomic Force
Weak Atomic Force

This website presents a unified model deduced from and corroborated by the accumulated technical data gathered by scientific experimentation.  The 5 basic forces are interconnected and explained by the Geocubic Model.  The term Geocubic is derived from the cubic geometry that is the primary basis for the model.

The Geocubic Model is primarily based on the cube and the sphere, and additionally on the helix spiral. 

The Cube: Space/Time & Atomic Containment

The basis of the Geocubic Model is that space consists of a matrix of unit cubes, formed from equally spaced force planes.  The 3 mutually perpendicular stacks of impenetrable force planes combine to enclose a matrix of unit-cubes, as diagrammed above.  The matrix is the Strong Atomic Force providing atomic containment. 

The matrix of force planes is rapidly flashing in and out of existence at a constant rate.  Thus, the force of Time is actually the sequential flashing of the Strong Atomic Force (the Geocubic Matrix).

In a vacuum light is propagating by jumping between adjacent unit-cubes of the matrix during each flash out of existence, so
speed of light = flashing-rate x size of the unit-cube.
Sub-light motion is regulated by momentum, which operates as a building of fractional energy resulting in quantum jumps.  For example, an object moving at 1/5 the speed of light is jumping one cube every 5 flashes. 

The Sphere: Weak Atomic Force & Gravity

In the Geocubic Model the Weak Atomic Force is a spherical force field compressed inside the unit cube.  The compressed sphere is a closed force surface that serves to keep the oppositely charged Proton and Electron apart in the atom.  There is one of these spheres for each Proton/Electron pair, isolating each Proton.  Even as electricity flows through a conductive atom, the multiple passing electrons are kept outside the sphere surfaces, away from the positively charged Protons inside the spheres. 

Gravity is an inverse force projected into space as a result of the compression of the force-surface of the spheres.  The sphere would be at equilibrium (with zero-force) at a volume of 1, but a sphere can never have an exact volume of 1 because the circumference relates to the volume by the transcendent number Pi. 

In forming the Proton/Electron particle pairs, a sphere of minimal force (the Neutrino) is compressed into a unit-cube.  As diagrammed above, a sphere of volume ~1 has a diameter of ~1.239, and must be compressed to fit inside a unit-cube (a unit-cube has a diameter of 1).  When the sphere compresses to a diameter of 1, the volume is reduced to ~0.52359, which projects an inverse spherical force to a volume of (~1/0.52359=1.90898), which has a diameter of ~1.539.  The diagram above is a simplified illustration of the projection of the gravitational field.  As atomic number (number of Protons) increases, the number of corresponding compressed spheres increases, and the compression of the individual spheres increases (because the unit-cube does not stretch), generating increased gravity. 

The Helium atom has 2 proton/electron pairs, and 2 compressed Spheres, as illustrated below.  The Electrons spin on the surface of the Spheres.  The spin is related to the helix spiral of Electromagnetic radiation. 

The geometric form of the Photon Spin is a rotating sine-wave (a helix spiral) that defines the surface of a cylinder.  A cylinder is formed from a sphere in linear motion.

Isotope Balance Formula – 2P +P2/156
   + Isotope Abundance & Beta Decay Charts

The 3-D Periodic Table (2-8-5)

 (2) The periodic table begins with a pair (2) of Elements (Hydrogen and Helium) that exhibit the duality of active and inert. 

(2-8): Following this are (2) octaves (8) of Elements that exhibit an expanded duality of active and inert (7 active and 1 inert). 

(2-8-5): Following this are 2 sets of 2 more of the same octaves as the first 2 octaves except that after the second (2) Element in each octave (8), additional Elements in sub-groups of (5) are inserted.  These sets of 5 occur as 3 groups of 10 (2x5), and 2 groups of 15 (3x5), both adding to 30 each, except that at Element 57 the first group of 15 intercepts and replaces the first Element of the third group of 10, reducing the third group of 10 down to 9.  To show this pattern correctly requires a 3 dimensional approach to the periodic table, as shown below.

The first intercepting group of 15 (Elements 57 to 71) are called the Lanthanides, and are centered on Element 64 (4x4x4).  The second set of 15 is centered on 96 (3/2 of 64).

The Special Groups

There are clear periodic relationships of valences (and some physical properties) between some Elements aligned on the periodic table, in particular the 3 columns of inert (zero valence) at far-right, halogen (-1 valence) at second column from right, and alkali (+1 valence) at far-left.

A – The “Stair-Step” separates the metals (left) from the non-metals (right).
B – The magnetic group.  Iron(26) is the most magnetic, followed by Nickel(28).
C – The “Coinage Group”.  Copper(29), Silver((47), and Gold(79).
D – The Platinum Group are “noble” metals, meaning that in bulk they resist oxidation.
E – The Refractory Group resist infusion from other metals.

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