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**12
****-**** Radial stratifications
of the magnetic field**

**12.1
- Derivation of the stratifications**

From the
interference of different waves originate oscillation
maxima and minima respectively oscillation layers which
envelop the earth spherically. In the
following illustration 12.1 a geometrical attempt for the
calculation
of the distance from the earth centre of a layer is used: |

Multiple of the basic angle: | ||||

m<n | ||||

R =
L_{o} = 6355758,426 m |
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Illustration
12.1 - Distance
calculation of the interference layers |

If all above terms are
put in the equation for l' it leads to the following result: |

The book contains a derivation of the stratifications in detail |

**12.2
- Table of the magnetic layers**

Systematic using of the
parametres n, m and k
in the equation leads to a table in which then the centre
distances of all calculated magnetic layers are included. |

Table of the
distances of the extreme layers for n < 6 |
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k |
1 |
2 |
3 |
4 |
5 |
6 |
7 |
8 |
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n |
m |
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1 |
1 | 6355,76 | 19067,28 | 31778,79 | 44490,31 | 57201,83 | 69913,34 | 82624,86 | 95336,38 | Km |

2 |
1 | 6355,76 | 16815,76 | 26205,46 | 35387,37 | 44490,31 | 53554,57 | 62596,96 | 71625,76 | Km |

2 |
2 | 2632,64 | 11621,04 | 20609,44 | 29597,84 | 38586,24 | 47574,64 | 56563,04 | 65551,44 | Km |

2 |
4 | 15344,16 | 24332,56 | 33320,96 | 42309,36 | 51297,76 | 60286,16 | 69274,56 | 78262,96 | Km |

3 |
1 | 6355,76 | 14635,89 | 21433,41 | 27997,91 | 34476,36 | 40913,10 | 47326,39 | 53725,14 | Km |

4 |
1 | 6355,76 | 13122,94 | 18378,41 | 23426,02 | 28397,82 | 33333,04 | 38247,73 | 43149,72 | Km |

4 |
2 | 7365,95 | 13136,72 | 18390,65 | 23477,33 | 28486,50 | 33452,99 | 38393,37 | Km | |

4 |
3 | 4134,54 | 9390,01 | 14437,62 | 19409,42 | 24344,64 | 29259,33 | 34161,32 | Km | |

4 |
4 | 3373,22 | 8237,70 | 13102,19 | 17966,68 | 22831,16 | 27695,65 | 32560,14 | Km | |

5 |
1 | 6355,76 | 12052,97 | 16318,30 | 20403,63 | 24423,72 | 28412,40 | 32383,47 | 36343,66 | Km |

5 |
2 | 6982,09 | 12079,85 | 16467,08 | 20651,09 | 24744,15 | 28787,92 | 32801,79 | Km | |

5 |
3 | 3054,02 | 8151,78 | 12539,00 | 16723,02 | 20816,08 | 24859,84 | 28873,72 | Km | |

5 |
4 | 1769,14 | 6034,47 | 10119,80 | 14139,89 | 18128,57 | 22099,64 | 26059,83 | Km | |

5 |
5 | 1500,39 | 5428,47 | 9356,54 | 13284,62 | 17212,69 | 21140,76 | 25068,84 | Km |

The book contains a table of the
stratifications for n < 11 |

In the
table 30 exist for n=2 and k=3
as well as for n=3 and k=2
and k=3 no entries, because here merely
quite existence frequencies are generated. It is noteworthy that the basic hull radius R=Lo
appears in the distance table for every n
with k=1. This table is still used for the farther considerations and evaluations. |

**12.3
- A possibility of evaluation**

The calculated distances
from the table in chapter 12.2 can be resorted
namely according to their size. The
possibility of an evaluation originates from it:Within freely eligible distance segments (from the earth centre seen) only one restricted number
of layers results if the parametres n
and k are finite in the equation.From the given distance and the number of existing layers the general average of the layer
distances can be determined.The respective real distribution of the layers leads in certain areas to compressions. I.e. on a
relatively short distance more layers appear than in the
general average. From these compressions the averages
can be formed which establish then the spectrum
of the maximal possible layer forming. |

Besides, it is taken into
consideration neither the polarity nor the interference
of the layers, but merely their rate. However, the spectrum of the maximal possible layer forming can be also used, without restriction of the general public, for a comparison with the earth. Consequently the bowl construction of the earth and the stratifications of the atmosphere can directly compared with the spectrum. This happens in the next chapter 13 and chapter 14. |

In the book a second equation is still given for the magnetic layers. |

**12.4
- Possibilities of proof**

In the chapter 5 and chapter 6 could be seen, by the basic field
model, that certain magnetic structures have established
with the basic frequencies of the earth which are also
recordable as tesseral spherical harmonics. Or also known
as global net grid (GNG). From the chapter 11 and chapter 12 results that with the basic frequencies of the earth and the global net grids certain three-dimensional (electro)magnetic oscillation structures have formed which one can call spatial radial oscillation systems with a grid structure. Or which one can also name approximately as cube systems. With the fourier analysis of the earth magnetic field, from the chapters 8 to 10, the grid structure of the earth magnetic field is confirmed on the one hand and shows, on the other hand, that magnetic
intensities, as a function of the frequency, in
the whole oscillation structure play a considerable role.Up to now the determination of the whole magnetic
flux density takes place with magnetic
measurements always, i.e. a quantification of the local
magnetic flux density about all
frequencies. This lies on the one hand by the physical
attempt which goes out from a timewise steady flux
density and thereby partly, on the other hand, in the
construction of the used measuring probe. However,
therefore only the sum of all parts is
always measured. |

As, however, the fourier
analysis shows, exist a zonal, a sektoral and a tesseral
oscillation part which are still different in their
intensity. And Hartmann has already proved the connection between the grids and the zonal part by his experiment with a hall-probe (chapter 11.1). |

And in addition the
complete oscillation model supplies the following
attempt: If one builds aerials and receivers who measure (electro)magnetic intensity as a function of the frequency, the global net grids of the earth and the spatial radial oscillation system with grid structure would have to be determined with thus scientifically and technically perfectly. The fourier analysis shows that the appearing magnetic flux densities are very small, for the most part even smaller then 1 uT. The measurement of the global net grids about magnetic intensities and frequency supplies therefore a verifiable or falsifiable argument with which the model of the spatially radial oscillation system with grid structure can be proved respectively disproved. |

Noteworthy is still that
zero surfaces form the walls of the grid-shaped
oscillation system while the extreme values exist
point-shaped in the centre of the in each case enveloping
ashlar. The consideration as a cube system always signifies a consideration of the zero walls. One can see the system, however, also from the position of the point-shaped extrema. Then forms a spatially radial net of extreme points which fill the earth and the space around. The structure is comparably with an atomic grid. Then every oscillation atom owns a characteristically frequency and intensity. To prove this structure might be easier, than to show the existence of the zero walls. |

**12.5
- A farther possibility of proof**

As already in chapter 5
are mentioned by the solar satellite Soho pictures on
radar base resulted which show unambiguously basic fields
or tesserale ball surfaces functions on the solar
surface. There the question arise whether the magnetic field of the earth could be observed also over satellite, which make photographies in certain frequency areas (radar). Certain frequency areas would have to exist with which it is virtually possible to receive photos of the magnetic grid systems. This can be used for a detection system to find, e.g., subterranean objects (arrangements, bunkers, mineral resources) or ducked submarines. Every bigger object has capacitive (plastics) and/or inductive (metals) qualities. This leads to a local distortion of the grids and if this distortion can become detected, the whole Stealth technology is also practically useless. One knows about birds that the magnetic orientation with her seeing, so to the eyes, is coupled. A row of publications exist on this subject. Exemplarily only the investigations are called here by Wiltschko. (see Wiltschko, Möller, Gesson, Noll, Wiltschko, 2004 / Wiltschko, Gesson, Stapput, Wiltschko, 2004 / Wiltschko, Ritz, Stapput, Thalau, Wiltschko, 2005) See also chapter 18.17 There is a publication from D. T. Edmonds from the year 1992 with the title "A magnetic null detector as the migrating bird's compass" appeared in the " Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B 249 " sides 27-31 in which a zero value detector for the magnetic field is described with migrating birds. Hence, a certain probability exists that the migrating birds can perceive the grids, especially the zero zones. The question is whether can that be converted also in a technical sensor. |

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The Advanced Book: Planetary Systems |

The theory, which is developed in this book is based on the remake and expansion of an old idea. It was the idea of a central body, preferably in the shape of a ball, formed around or in concentric layers.
Democritus was the first who took this idea with his atomic theory and thereby introduced himself to the atoms as fixed and solid building blocks. Is the atom used as a wave model, that allows to interpret concentric layers as an expression of a spatial radial oscillator so you reach the current orbital model of atoms. Now, this book shows that these oscillatory order structures, described by Laplace’s equation, on earth and their layers are (geologi-cally and atmospherically) implemented. In addition the theory can be applied on concentric systems, which are not spherical but flat, like the solar system with its planets, the rings that have some planets and the moons of planets or also the neighbouring galaxies of the milky way. This principle is applicable on fruits and flowers, such as peach, orange, coconut, dahlia or narcissus. This allows the conclusion that the theory of a central body as a spatial radial oscillator can be applied also to other spherical phenomena such as spherical galactic nebulae, black holes, or even the universe itself. This in turn suggests that the idea of the central body constitutes a general principle of structuring in this universe as a spatial radial oscillator as well as macroscopic, microscopic and sub microscopic. |