CLUSTER OF RINGS AT CENTER EQUALS EXPANSION
rings at rim equals contraction).
This drawing shows how the rings from diminishing triangles
fall in the spaces between one another Since the hypotenuse can be assumed to
extend faster than the side, the rate of speed would appear to be greater in the
divisions along the hypotenuse.
Therefore each ring would revolve at a
different rate of speed. Also one side would revolve in a counter-clockwise
direction to the other side. When one positions the actual ratios of the notes,
by doubling on one side and tripling on the other side, the angles appear to be
in conjunction with the trianglular divisions until the limit at 256/243 where
the angles of the slant becomes greater than a natural trianglular divisions.
this is another reason for the limit to occur...
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