R Filament EM Spectral Sensing
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ENCYCLOPEDIA GALACTICA Edition 428193 - Earth English
Definition: 'R Filament EM Spectral Sensing'
A Language English1 colloquial expression describing the chaining of Q filaments for the purpose of remote EM spectral sensing beyond Yalandin's limit.2,3 In reality, there is no actual “R filament” parallel to a Q filament, the expression entitles a technique of applying multiple Q filaments in sequence to extend the sensing range. The use of the expression “R filament” is just a simplification of the original “ranged filament effect” expression.
The ranged filament effect is a consequence of magnetic flux generated around the target nodes of a resonating Q filament. This flux induces Q filaments nearby the target nodes to also resonate – at lower amplitudes. Where primary target nodes and secondary observation nodes overlay it is possible to transfer EM information from one Q filament to another. In conventional (or singular) Q filament sensing, this effect is a source of noise. However, if all target nodes of the primary Q filament are open only to interstellar void, the signals from the secondary Q filament become readable. If the target nodes of the secondary Q filament are also only open to the vacuum then signals from tertiary Q filaments become readable. And so on.
Described as a chain, the compounding of Q filament pathways actually creates a tree like network. Each target node in each Q filament giving rise to at least one resonating child Q filament. At some stage one of these pathways will contact a region of space that will create signal dominance or collapse the structure. If the Q filament tree stays stable,4 the pathway from the dominate signal to the primary observation node is called the “R filament”.
Of coarse the smaller amplitudes of secondary and tertiary filaments means they may only capture correspondingly smaller wavelengths of EM radiation. Energy dispersal is dictated by the number of harmonics generated on the primary Q filament. In order for later generations of Q filaments to be open to longer wavelengths the initial magnetic flux at the primary observation node must be that increased. In practice the energy demand increases by at least a factor of four (4) for each Q filament generation.
The farthest successful “ranged filament” sensing required eleven (11) Q filament generations. It was created with a pulsed magnetic shock of three (3) microseconds (10-6) for a magnetic field of over ten (10) billion (109) Tesla at the primary observation node.5 This opened a brief target node within the Freya's Necklace system – centred on EGO 0602-00911069544.6,7
Notes: EGO - Encyclopedia Galactica Object
1Civilization Humanity: Linguistic Types
2Definition: 'Q Filament EM Spectral Sensing'
3Definition: Yalandin's Limit
4Collapse of any Q filament in the tree will collapse the entire tree.
5Civilization Humanity: Scientific Standards
60.8 micro seconds. Sufficient for an eleven (11) 8MB resolution optical scans.
7Definition: 'Freya's Necklace'