Section 2 - Starting From Zero

​Chapter ​​​8
Isotropic Vector Matrix

Core Concepts

  • The Isotropic Vector Matrix  (IVM) is the geometry of the fundamental zero-point unified field at the center of all phenomena, be it a galaxy, a star, a planet, a human, a heart, a cell, or an atom.
  • The  IVM is a superfluid medium (i.e. aether) composed of dynamic spherical (toroidal) oscillations in a state of triangulated equilibrium.

“Such a universal system of identically dimensioned lines, growing outwardly from any one nuclear vertex, constitutes a universal vector system in dynamic equilibrium, for all the force lines are of equal magnitude.”
~ Buckminster Fuller


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