
Pulsoiding
is a neologism that refers to
a Pulsoid's complex, oscillating, pulsating hyperrelativistic motion from a heuristic Infinity
String that occurs when a heuristic Infinity Line moves.
Pulsoiding
is a Triquametric motion that emanates from, and returns through, three
linear points,
which are: both ends of
an Infinity Line and its midpoint. Speeds of Pulsoiding motion are from
motionlessness to the infinite, which is, overall, referred to as
hyperrelativistic.
Pulsoiding
indicates the complex oscillation of a Pulsoid, which oscillation is a
simultaneous combination of slide, swing, and vibration.
The Brunardot Ellipse, "Ε,"
heuristically represents Pulsoidal slide as: the angular motion of the
major diameter, "M," to the
hypotenuse, "h," and radius, "r,"; and also, the major radial, "m," to the vector, "v."
(M = h + r and m = v)
The Brunardot Ellipse, "Ε,"
heuristically represents Pulsoidal swing as: the motion from the end of an Infinity Line
through all loci of the elliptical circumference of a Pulsoid's major sections to
the opposite end of said Infinity Line. For a
Pulsoid the
swing is through all the surface loci.
The Brunardot Ellipse, "Ε,"
heuristically represents Pulsoidal vibration as: the sinusoidal motion of the
major diameter, "M,"/wave, "w," between the ends of the minor
diameter, "L."
Pulsoiding motion manifests as Fluences, which are dynamically cyclical as they
morph in size. Pulsoiding motion accounts for balanced dispersion and
reinforcement in the manner of solitonic phenomena.
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