
The
BRUNARDOT
THEOREM 


The formula: 

c^{2}
= 2v^{2}  s^{2} describes a Fibonacci
ellipse, where 

"c"
is the length referred to as the Brunardot chord.


"v"
is the length referred to as the vector; and, 
"s"
is the length referred to as the soliton; 

A
Conceptual ellipse (CE) is a Fibonacci ellipse, 
Light, "l";  
the perigee, "p";  
the radius, "r"; 
the soliton, "s";  
the vector, "v"; and,  
the
square of the Brunardot chord,
"c." 
Most
notably! . . . four basic components of every Conceptual ellipse, (CE), are
consecutive terms of a Fibonacci series. The components, in
sequence, are: the perigee, "p"; the soliton,
"s"; the vector, "v"; and, the apogee,
"a." 

A Brunardot
ellipse (BE) is defined as: 
Any Conceptual
ellipse (CE) that has the 
Brunardot
Harmonic Ellipses (BHE) are defined as: 
An
unending series of Brunardot
ellipses (BE) 
Conceptual triangles describe Conceptual ellipses, which describe Conceptual ellipsoids that are generated by a combination of simple and complex sinusoidal oscillations with a diagonal that is a Natural Prime number. Again, when the force, "F," is a Natural integer, the Conceptual ellipsoid becomes a Pulsoid, which underlies the unimetry (geometry) of the first essence of mass. 









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