“Relationship of implosion to Schauberger, the hyperbolic spin rates, Oloids, centripetal centrifugal motion and flexible numbers” by John Byde

Water Brass Art image no.3 from gallery-1, “Eclipse Under Vortex”
Water Brass Art image “Eclipse Under Vortex”, inverted for the purpose of this post
The father of implosion was Victor Schauberger. He talked of three forms of planetary motion: orbit, spin and circulation.
I equate orbit with centrifugal, spin with centripetal, circulation is unavoidable when you have the first two, circulation is ‘called’ when the first two are in a harmonic ratio (Woowoo science).
The implosion turbines of Schauberger were controlling or continuous cavitation via pressure gradients especially in the wavy plate repulsins designed on the phi ratio. The manifestation of the collapse called cavitation was not manifest within the machine because of the materials used and pressure gradients (pressure is not limited to atmospheric – heat is a pressure) within the machine. He managed the edge of cavitation. Why this manifests as spin rates is described below and leads, as you have probably seen, to the direct conversion of energy to matter in this realm.
The simplest example of cavitation is to clap hands; it is the collapsing imploding multiple air vortices that exceed the speed of sound that make the clap.
The function of his simplest designs was to bring the centrifugal movement to the centre of the object spinning by squeezing and rolling (tempting to say sheer but it is not quite, more like spreading butter Victor’s emulsions).
The shape for this is the hyperbolic.
The measurement of this is presented by three things. Two measurable or calculable below.
1. Spin rate.
2. Hyperbolic Gradient. note: if your spin rate is out of synch with your gradient you radiate, if it is in synch you are matter.
3. There is a third, at present not represented in mathematics and that is the journey of a particle to any point on the hyperbolic from another point. This is usually done by vectors, straight lines tangents to a circle (birds nest of lines going round an empty centre showing the only hole number is 0. lol This journey on the hyperbolic linking spin, orbit & circulation is why there are problems in conventional maths; the where is it when is it.
We need another kind of maths because the way the matter / energy travels in this hyperbolic is not explainable by vectors, we need flexible numbers.
The stability of the spinning object is altered by small influences.
Through kinetic inversion and the maths of Oloids. The spin axis sweeps the full ‘surface’ of the particle i.e. the north pole spin becomes the south with zero loss of angular velocity but your north pole is now the south pole and the particle is still spinning in the same direction. Yin Yang in movement.
The hyperbolic is the best way to bring matter to its maximum concentration, 4 degrees in the case of water under the pressure of one G (gravity) at our orbital spin ratio on Earth. (Meaning on other rocks this may vary because the pressure gradient even in the form of spin and orbit are different).
For axial spin in harmony with orbit round the centre of a hyperbolic, imagine two rails wound in a hyperbolic. Place on these two rails a ball bearing. When it starts the tilt of the spin axis will be slightly off the horizontal causing it to roll down the hyperbolic, as it goes its spin axis will rotate from near horizontal to near vertical at the bottom as its distance from the centre reduces. While doing this the low speed orbit will convert to extremely high spin rate because the orbital vector will eventually be contained within the object itself, with a small amount of precession because the particle only approaches the vertical and never gets there.
When it goes through kinetic inversion, release from the containing vortex, this would be a nozzle or jet, it will do a variety of things. If its spin rate is too high for this material world (matter pressure in proportion to energy pressure, all spin rates) it will disappear, see Hudson’s experiments with white powder of gold.
Probably because the spin rate is the same as the orbital rate; centripetal (inward) and centrifugal (outward) motions are one with spin axis.
The rapid change of pressure causes cavitation; the rapid change of which pressure and where exactly? If it doesn’t include spin rate and gradient on a hyperbolic the maths are wrong. (Ducking the flack, head above parapet statement begging a question).