One is the unit and reference measure

that determines all else.

The size of One is the radius of a circle

and thus an orbit of circulation

as well as a sphere

and thus a volume for mass.

The size of One

is the radius of a circle in one dimension of number and measure,

the amplitude of *sin *and *cos* in the two dimensions of curve and wave

and the count of a turn of a spiral in the 3D of space.

The size of One

sets *sin* and *cos* waves in motion – large or small –

as turns of a spiral (linear count)

within an orbit of circulation (2D plane)

contained in a sphere of ambulation (3D space).

One is the radius of One

and the diameter of An Other:

*sin* of a wave

and pole for a spiral.

As radius and diameter,

line and circle,

One is wave and particle,

*sin* and sphere.

One is Unit and Unity.

And yet it is multi-functional

as it unites polarities.

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Tagged: Circle, Electron, Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics, Measurement, Radius, Rotation, Sphere, Three-dimensional space

mlbk7April 22, 2013 at 7:33 pmAnd One could be the first one forth of the distance between two points covered at an average velocity of 18 miles per second for me to get to you.

Sabine Kurjo McNeillApril 23, 2013 at 6:53 amNice!

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