The Wave Cycle - Cathode Waves Wind the Cosmic Clock Centripetally - Anode Transverse Waves Unwind it Centrifugally

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When Cathode Waves Collide at Maximum Compression Points at Wave Crests or Throughs They Are Equally Balanced by Equal Expansion at Opposite Interchanging Points.

A. Cathode Waves Compress

B. Anode Waves Expand.

 

Cathode Waves Generate Heat by Multiplying Gravity Along Cube Dynameters - Anode Transverse Waves Radiate Cold by Dividing Gravity and Returning to Zero Via of Diagonals.

 

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