Origin: God who may also be almost anything other than this within certain parameters.
Universe origin: The point from which our dominant time radiant begins.
particular origin: That point at which the four dimensions of any spherical system are derived
fractal origin: the point which can be regarded as intrinsic to but other than a particular origin.
Relative origin: an origin not regarded for its intrinsic relationship to the particular origin.
Magnitude: the distance on a radiant from an origin and the relative and determined size and volume of the sphere occuring at that placepoint.
Moment: the point in time and progression at which a given set of values exists and operates.
Longitude: One of an infinte interlocking set of circles of equal length sharing two points with all other longitudes when regarded as lines in a perfect sphere.
Lattitude: One of an infinite set of independent circles of paired length when regarded as lines in a perfect sphere.
Time absolute: That set of radiants which leave Origin defining moments and creating temporality.
Time: That radiant along which by definition our Universe is arranged
Space Absolute: those sets of longitudes and lattitudes relative to and connecting with all Time radiants.
Spacetime: the principal subject of this discipline.
Matter: That which is primarily derivative of criticality of dimension in spiraling a realine across the surface of a sphere and which is inherently dormant in all lattitudes.
Energy: That which causes the propagation of all radiants and is inherently restive and present in all lattitudes.
graviton:one of what may be regarded as an infinite set of rays and line segments proceeding toward the particular origin or any origin in any spherical system. Each graviton is paired with a radiant which tends strongly to be identical in length.
radiant: one of what may be regarded as an infinite set of rays and line segments proceeding from the particular origin or any origin in any spherical system. Each radiant is paired with a graviton which tends strongly to be identical in length.
reproductive fractor: a point at which a new spherical system intrinsic to and derivative the previous particular origin functions as a particular origin.
transmission fractor: that system by which new reproductive fractors are communicated and established.
natural union: the evident dominant surface of a spherical system.
subordinate union: the evident surfaces of spherical systems which are not dominant.
accidental union: the joint spatial system created by the interplay of multiple spherical sytems interacting in ameaningful way.
Dimensional Spiroid: a spiraling line defining and revealing the dimensional fabric of a system or accidental union.