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Bill "Doc" Harrington, guest on the 7/29/15 show, shares a couple graphics and accompanying text:

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This particular version of the Periodic Table is an excellent example of how the Mendeleevian Format ( the conventional table of elements) allows no correlation of these various nuclear properties with a common structure. Remember, this format is **not** based upon electron shell configurations or other electron dynamics. It is based solely upon ratios of atomic mass.

The "Janet / Left Step" table from the 1920 era (Dirac's time) is closest to this version. Janet arrived at this by continuing with the pattern of electron shell fillings in a purely ratiometric format. In this version, each period (row) starts at a Rare Earth element, not an alkaline metal.

A huge discovery was that the ratios of mass directly coincided with this "left step" filling pattern, while also correlating perfectly with quantum number theory.

The atom is symmetrical from end to beginning. The end of the table terminates in a spiral, as does the beginning. This is clearly shown here. The right inset is a blow-up of the beginning spiral. There is no similar inset for the end spiral finishing at element 108 Hassium.

In the upper right corner is a translation matrix from decimal math to Pi-based ("Pinomial") math expressed in ratios of Pi or a trinomial of Pi. Pinomial math values are in green text. They look odd at first.

In this format, the wedge located between the right and left "hubs" is green at the lower edge, but yellow at the upper edge. The green emulates the conventional table (Noble gasses), while the yellow edge (group 2) is the beginning/end of the several mass-based periods.

Of special note is the repetitive pattern of the red and blue helices. One full rotation of a red line encompasses exactly twice the mass from the beginning of the red line to its end, 360 degrees later. The blue spirals are exactly pi over two, or half Pi. Note how these helices alternate, but reverse sequence after the middle of the table (shown as Cesium here).

This pattern is also present in the solar system. The ratio of the radii of the outer planets are:

Neptune over Uranus is one half pi to one. Uranus over Saturn is two to one. Neptune over Saturn is Pi to one. Neptune over Mars is twice pi squared to one...

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Our next version of the table is a similar format, but rather than some combination of 6 spirals/helices of 44 Mass Units, we have here three "wheels" of exactly 90 mass units per.

This represents a tri-furcation of the 270 Mass Count structure. Therefore, each wheel spans exactly a third, or could be seen as each of three harmonics of 270.

While there is a dizzying array of data in this format, there are areas of immediate clarity when shown in the proper perspective. In the upper right area, there is a graph lifted from "official" sources that depicts the strange but well known, yet equally baffling behavior of nuclear fission, or at least how the discipline is (currently) practiced by humans.

When either Uranium or Plutonium "splits", it does so in markedly dissimilar "daughter" products as shown. Of great significance is the lack of products between 110 and 120 mass units. Conventional physics cannot explain this.

When displayed in this format, it becomes obvious that the "burst" (shown with red shading inside a red envelope) of products shown at the lower side of the center wheel is clustered around 135 mass units, or half of 270.

This infers that the daughter products first divide by way of the "second harmonic" of 270, and thereafter take the remnants and organize them around 90 through 105 mass units, or the "third harmonic" of 270.

What this shows is a type of "successive approximation", similar in concept to a number of schemes used to encode analog data into digital formats. In the digital realm, only powers of 2 are employed.

Conversely, the atom begins with a divide by two function, followed by a divide by three. It would be likely that yet again there will be another "burst" around 54 mass units, or 1/5th of 270. The granularity of available data does not make this deduction obvious at first glance.

Notice also that this format has delineations of X Ray resonances of the various atoms. These numbers are shown by dark blue values and pointing vectors also in dark blue. What is amazing is that for each ratio or partial ratio of Pi as a function of mass, this shows that the same span between elements and atoms will show a ratio between X Ray behavior that "defaults" to ratios of Phi, (1.618) better known as the Golden Rectangle.

There is no evidence in available literature that has ever documented this pattern.

Finally, it needs to be noted that on the right-most wheel, there is a dead zone between 209 mass units, and 222 mass units. The beginning of this zone starts at 270 divided by Phi squared (2.618), then doubled to 207 mass units. In this zone, there exist the only places in the table where spontaneous fission causes whole element daughter products, such as 14 Carbon, 20 Oxygen, 24 Neon and 28 Magnesium.

This dead zone perfectly "brackets" 270 - 270/5, or 216 mass units. There is no sensible existing theory that explains this enforced dead zone so easily.

This value of 207 is not coincidental. It is also the number of electron masses in a Muon, which is "officially" 206.768 electron masses. This therefore deduces that the Muon is the same structure as 208 Lead, but with all Proton and Neutrons removed. The Lead isotope of 208 mass units has the distinction of being the most stable of any known isotope. This is why Muons are as stable as they are - second only to the neutron as far as half life and stability.

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