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# Golden Orthogonal Torus Knots

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## Investigations in solid geometry

- It was found in the Summer of 2013 that —

- The relative angle between the inner and outer torus knot loops is orthogonal for a Fibonacci torus knot WHEN

- The ratio of the torus hole radius is four powers of the Golden Ratio (Phi
^{ 4}) smaller than the torus major radius, and - The knot ratio of the torus knot, the ratio of the loops to twists of the knot entanglement, is the quotient of neighboring numbers in the Fibonacci Sequence.

- The ratio of the torus hole radius is four powers of the Golden Ratio (Phi

- Note: the ratio of Phi
^{4}is the torus major radius over the radius of the hole, NOT the torus minor radius. Major / hole radii ratio of Phi^{4}.

- Due to this geometry with orthogonality between conductors at the torus plane, the torus loop crossing the torus plane at the outer diameter engaged in magnetic resonance will not be able to
*experience*the magnetic field of a loop crossing the torus plane at the torus hole, as inductive coupling requires some parallel component between conductors to support some degree of inductive coupling. [Except for usual and customary eddy currents.]

- This creates a gradient of electromagnetic reactance within the cross-section volume of the torus ring, forming a topology of the inductance qualities divided into hemispheres above and below the torus plane. The contributed reactive component of the torus plane is resistive, for the golden orthogonal knot.

- By the way —The RF resonant condition of Eugene Podkletnov's rotating superconducting ceramic disk created a dipolar EM oscillation, alternating above and below the plane of the disk.
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- By the way —The RF resonant condition of Eugene Podkletnov's rotating superconducting ceramic disk created a dipolar EM oscillation, alternating above and below the plane of the disk.

- See category Gravitation.