Triadic-Unit Mesh - Constructing With Triangles
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Triadic-Unit Mesh - Constructing With Triangles

A structure is a composite of grouped components. The Triadic Unit Mesh (TUM) (figure 125.1a) is a trapezoid consisting of three triangles and seven sides. Essentially, it groups components in order to realize the static or dynamic equilibrium of an entity. The primary groupings of the human-body (a very well engineered structure) has been mapped onto the Triadic Unit Mesh as reference.

(a) Using the Triadic Unit Mesh (TUM), determine the cell component, the tissue component and the organ component of a n-storey block building.
(b) A painter is painting on a canvas. Using TUM, what is the cell component of the painting.
(c) A sculptor begins work on an original stone by chipping the stone. Adapt TUM to his or her sculpturing.

The strings: S7P7A72 (Dynamic - Equilbrium).

The math:
Pj Problem of Interest is of type equilibrium (static or dynamic). The end goal of the building of a structure is to realize static or dynamic equilibrium.

(a) Cell component: the block
Tissue component: the wall
Organ component: a storey
Grouping the storeys into organ systems will realize the n-storey building.

(b) For a painter, the cell component is the stroke of the brush.

(c) The sculpturing by a sculptor chipping on a stone is subtractive. There will be cell, tissue and organ components only in the sense of significant variations in the sizes of the chips. If there are no significant variations in chip-sizes, then TUM is adapted to just triangle ABC with side AC replaced by side ED. In other words, after the material grouping (side AB, the stone) only the subtractive cell component is needed to establish the structure.

The Triadic Unit Mesh is a simple view of the Calculus of Existence: Nature expresses its infinite intelligence only through addition and subtraction within the context of Pj Problems.

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