Dunedain is developing a software application that is designed to model all the known elements and present new bonding possibilities. To have a visual representation of each element is vastly important. Couple that with a software engine that will simulate the resonance of each atomic chamber and provide zones of harmonic frequencies and the possibilities are extended. The various views of atom the will allow a drill-down capability, from the outer chambers (aka electron shells) into the nucleus. In addition to all the known properties of an element, the software introduces a dynamic range. All these properties will be made available, showing the zone of existence via vibration for an atom as well as its isotopes.
A set of nested platonic solid chambers will be presented, allowing the user to view specific chambers, and specific electron locations. Each atom as a whole, as well as each chamber, will have its own harmonic frequency range.
The chamber cohesion ratio will be specific for each element, and will be modeled through computer animation. All individual chambers will have the capability to be set in motion, simulating the true atomic motion and induction under various external forces. For example, EM radiation, temperature, and pressure can all be simulated to observe the individual atomic effects. What is more, compounds can be constructed and visually displayed. A group of water molecules can be presented amorphously, then a simulated infrared frequency introduced. The formation of a hexagonal exclusion zone in water can now be observed, showing dynamic density, charge potential, and crystallization.
Amorphous air molecules can be drawn out onto the screen, and various frequencies and temperatures can be experimented with. The software will simulate the interaction of air molecules with variations of temperature and EM frequencies. Crystallization of air molecules under the right simulated conditions may suggest a new way to approach heating and cooling, vastly improving the efficiency of handling interior spaces.
Atomic precession can now be modeled, helping us gain a much better understanding of electrical conduction and resistivity. By grouping copper or silver atoms together, essentially mimicking a conductor, the transfer of vibration can be “seen” through the motion of the atoms, and the reaction they have to external forces.
The examples of the capabilities of the software are quite numerous, and the possibilities that could be uncovered are exciting.
The following are some of the features and functionality to be incorporated into the Atomic Modeling Software.
Periodic table – a 3-dimensional view of the entire periodic table (Ajax McIntosh Model) will be available. All 12 “rows” of resonance chambers will independently rotate. Each chamber can be view separately. All elemental properties, including frequencies and harmonics, are made available.
Individual element – each atom can be viewed separately, showing all specific properties. Each platonic shell is made available for drill down effect.
EM simulation – the electromagnetic spectrum of vibrations can be introduced to individual elements as well as compounds, such as water, to better understand the interaction between energy and matter.
Atomic induction – the nucleus and resonance chambers can be put into motion, mimicking an actual atom in motion, to simulate the resonant range of frequencies driving the elements.
Atomic Bonding – the software engine will offer bonding suggestions based on consonant / dissonant strength of various elements. This functionality allows the sciences of predictive chemistry to prosper. New synthetic materials will be introduced.
Crystallization – new atomic symmetries will be made apparent via visual and mathematical representations of platonic / vortex tube configurations.
The educational aspect of the software is designed to be component based, each module tailored not only to specific age groups, but to academia as well as commercial and industrial interests. From an academic perspective, emphasis is placed on theory and the atomic structure as a whole. For commercial and industrial needs, the emphasis is placed on harmonic frequencies and bonding potential, for example. The educational software modules can be tailored as needed, and could have a broad impact on a wide range of users.
Under consideration for development are not only fully functional client server modules and lighter weight Internet applications, but also mobile applications. Education base mobile applications with an emphasis on visual rendering can have a great appeal for the younger generation. The aspect of gaming can be introduced to strengthen the appeal.