Properties of Energy

      The properties of energy vary slightly in categories One through Four, yet shift dramatically from categories Five and Six. In categories One through Four, the vibrations are for the most-part simultaneous. It is the size of these vibrations which intrigue me. The four primary categories could be compared to a compass, with category One being North, Two being East, Three being South, and Four begin West. The reactions are what could be expected of opposites, yet come from adjacency, meaning that when a thread from group One (hereafter referred to as N) and a thread from group Two (E) cross, the reaction is violent. If a N were to cross with an S or a W, however, the result is much less severe, yet still somewhat shaking. The two last groups, Five and Six, are complete opposites. Five represents what, on a compass of six directions, would be "up", and Six (conversely) represents "down". There is a thin boundary between the two groups, meaning that in some occasions it may be crossed if the manipulator has enough knowledge of what he is about to perform. In this following table, which I have created for the purpose of orderly presenting the reactions of the groups with one-another, the patterns in reactions are somewhat visible:

1. Group Examined
2. Order of Reaction
(violent to non-violent)
1. 2.
N, E, S, W,
E, S, W, N,
S, W, N, E,
W, N, E, S,

("Up" and "Down" do not quite fit in this table, for they are different yet similar, mild and violent at the same time.)

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