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This model of the Manifold Theory boson gauge fields is named for the Twentieth Century philosopher-engineer, R. Buckminster Fuller. It is based on Fuller’s geometric construct called the “closest packing of spheres” which dictates that a three dimensional figure constructed through the centers of the outer spheres of a close-packed array will produce a twenty-sided figure with twelve vertices called an Icosahedron.
Using the icosahedron, and placing a lepton at each of the vertices, the theory predicts that there are a maximum of twenty boson gauge fields that will be supersymetrical. These fields are further separated into three classes based on the harmonic patters of the reflected gauge field; 1) Major, 2) Minor and 3) Dissonant.
The theoretical model was based on the earlier Standard Model that grouped leptons into four groups of three leptons each. Theoreticians placed these triads on the four primary axes of the icosahedron such that the twelve leptons were distributed around the vertices of the figure equally. This placement creates second order relationships between individual leptons from the four classes.
In the diagram above, the lepton triads are represented by violet, yellow, green and blue circles surrounding particle symbols. The triangular faces on the opposite side of the icosahedron are the reflected gauge fields matching the respective lepton triad faces.
Theoretical physicists and their experimental counterparts used the Gell-Mann Supercollider to test the Fuller Manifold theory. Fields continued to be discovered until the late Twenty-ninth Century and resulted in a number of practical applications.
The Harmonic Classes
The guage field relationships between the leptons of the Fuller Manifold Model are classified by their harmonic relationships into three distinct classes; 1) Major, 2) Minor, and 3) Dissonant.
The Major harmonic class has four gauge fields. The Top-Bottom-Strange Gauge Field (TBS Gauge Field) is probably the most important of the gauge field discoveries. It has resulted in the development of the Slipdrive. However, the other three gauge fields that comprise the Major harmonic class are of nearly equal importance to modern civilization. The EMT-bar Gauge Field – media-tagged the FloaterField – was actually discovered independently in the late-Twenty-first Century, and has enjoyed wide usage in all manner of surface vehicles, LiftTubes and atmospheric craft. .The UDCh Gauge Field, which is known popularly as the HeavyShield, is impervious to all forms of fast moving matter and energy. The EMT Gauge Field –known conversationally as the ‘TractorField– is as ubiquitous to the modern world as animal glue was to our First and Second Millennia ancestors.
The Minor harmonic class has twelve gauge fields. Two of these fields are created by the interaction of quark triads and were known by their particle name by the late Twentieth Century – the gluon fields. The UDT Gauge Field, commonly known as the ZeroTau or ZT Field was the first of this class of harmonics to be discovered. The Zero Tau Field has replaced the hibernaculum and freezers for space travel and food preservation – the ZT Field stops time for anything and anyone enclosed in it. Within the Minor class there are a group of fields that act similarly to the Major harmonic gauge fields but with far less potency. For example, where the Heavy Shield Field energetic and material protection and is impervious to anything, the FineShield, the EMShield, and the MoleShield may be tuned to permit the passage of some matter or energy but are impervious to other energy, gas or material objects.
In the early Twenty-seventh Century two more Minor harmonic fields were discovered. The ETT-bar and the ET-barT gauge fields were found to be the key to ‘foldspace communication. Like the two early radio modulation schemes, AM and FM, these two fields made it possible to transmit data, voice and pictures instantaneously between points light-years apart.
The last group of Minor harmonic fields to be revealed were the Phase fields. These gauge fields operated to alter the relationship between matter and energy and space-time. They made possible a variety of appliances such as: The Replicator that converted energy into any form of matter or object, and The Transporter that converted any form of matter into energy, transmitted it some distance, received the transmitted signal, and converted the energy back into the original object.
It can be said categorically that all of the gauge fields of the Major and Minor harmonic classes have developed only beneficial uses for human civilization. This may not be said about the four gauge fields of the Dissonant harmonic class. The reduction of these theoretical gauge fields to practical applications resulted in a devastating new class of weaponry. These four gauge fields operate to disrupt the actions of the basic gauge bosons – the photon, the graviton, the gluon, and the higgs. However, this is not to say that these gauge fields do not have beneficial applications. A number of cutting appliances have been developed that permit the separation or division of materials by breaking the molecular bonds.