Spatial Orientation

The following numbers are used to describe a particle's position and motion.

## Magnetic Polarity

$\delta _{\hat{m}} \equiv \begin{cases} +1 \ \ &\sf{\text{if}} \ \ &\it{N}^{\, \mathsf{M}} > \it{N}^{\, \mathsf{A}} \\ \ \ 0 \ \ &\sf{\text{if}} \ \ &\it{N}^{\, \mathsf{M}} \ \sf{=} \ \, \it{N}^{\, \mathsf{A}} \\ -1 \ \ &\sf{\text{if}} \ \ &\it{N}^{\, \mathsf{M}} < \it{N}^{\, \mathsf{A}} \end{cases}$

Let particle P be characterized by $N^{ \mathsf{M}}$ and $N^{\mathsf{A}}$ the coefficients of its muonic seeds. Definition: the number $\delta _{\hat{m}}$ is called the magnetic polarity of P. If $\delta _{\hat{m}}=+1$ then we say that P is oriented to the north. If austral seeds predominate then we say that P is more to the south. If $\delta _{\hat{m}}= \,0$ we say that P is is not oriented on the magnetic axis.

Sensory interpretation: Muonic seeds are objectified from red and green Anaxagorean sensations. So $\delta _{\hat{m}}$ is a binary description of whether a complicated visual sensation is more reddish or greenish. If $\delta _{\hat{m}}= \,0$ we say that P is not an organic chromatic sensation.

## Electric Polarity

$\delta _{\hat{e}} \equiv \begin{cases} +1 \ \ &\sf{\text{if}} \ \ &\it{N}^{\, \mathsf{G}} > \it{N}^{\, \mathsf{E}} \\ \ \ 0 \ \ &\sf{\text{if}} \ \ &\it{N}^{\, \mathsf{G}} \ \sf{=} \ \, \it{N}^{\, \mathsf{E}} \\ -1 \ \ &\sf{\text{if}} \ \ &\it{N}^{\, \mathsf{G}} < \it{N}^{\, \mathsf{E}} \end{cases}$

Let particle P be characterized by $N^{ \mathsf{E}}$ and $N^{\mathsf{G}}$ the coefficients of its electronic seeds. Definition: the number $\delta _{\hat{e}}$ is called the electric polarity of P. If good seeds predominate then we say that P is oriented in a positive direction. If evil seeds are more prominent then we say that P is oriented in a negative direction. If $\delta _{\hat{e}}= \,0$ we say that P is not oriented on the electric axis.

Sensory interpretation: Electronic seeds are objectified from yellow and blue Anaxagorean sensations. So $\delta _{\hat{e}}$ is a binary description of whether a complex visual sensation is more yellowish or bluish. If $\delta _{\hat{e}}= \,0$ we say that P is not an inorganic chromatic sensation. If both $\delta _{\hat{m}}= \,0$ and $\delta _{\hat{e}}= \,0$ we say that P is an achromatic sensation.

## Helicity

$\delta _{z} \equiv \begin{cases} +1 \ \ &\sf{\text{if}} \ \ &\mathrm{\Delta}n^{\mathsf{U}} > \mathrm{\Delta}n^{\mathsf{D}} \\ \ \ 0 \ \ &\sf{\text{if}} \ \ &\mathrm{\Delta}n^{\mathsf{U}} \ \sf{=} \ \, \mathrm{\Delta}\it{n}^{\mathsf{D}} \\ -1 \ \ &\sf{\text{if}} \ \ &\mathrm{\Delta}n^{\mathsf{U}} < \mathrm{\Delta}n^{\mathsf{D}} \end{cases}$

Let P be characterized by ${\Delta}n^{\mathsf{U}}$ and ${\Delta}n^{\mathsf{D}}$ the coefficients of its rotating quarks. Definition: the number $\delta _{z}$ is called the helicity of P. If $\delta _{z} > 0$ we say that P's orbit is a clockwise helix. If $\delta _{z}<0$ we say P has a counterclockwise helical orbit. And if $\delta _{z}=0$ we say that P's orbit is not oriented with respect to the polar axis.

Sensory interpretation: Rotating quarks are objectified from perceptions of brightness, and distinguished between left and right. So $\delta _{z}$ could be interpreted as some simplified account of the direction and degree of illumination.
 Next step: classification of shapes.
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