## Finding Electron Counts Using “Lagrange” (Ease Point) Calculations

https://www.dropbox.com/s/5l0t4acqtmuyltp/Large%20And%20Small%20Body%20Orbital%20Calculator.txt?dl=0

This is the Python code for calculating L1-L3, along with an explanation on ratio mathematics, and maximum electron shell configurations. I will post a more detailed explanation on this soon, but it will take some time to write out. There are many things we got wrong. If you have any questions, please download Python, and play around with this code to see what it is doing. I’ll get an executable file uploaded at some point too.

Here are two examples of what this does:

Electrons:

Enter IN: 4
Enter N: 3
Enter NP: 1
——
Initial Entry is 2.0.
Baselimiter is 1.75.
Sub Ratio is 0.25.
Subdivide is 0.0625.

Wave Rules:
max_electron_count is 32.0.
shell_full_count is 4.0.
shell_half is 8.0.

Ease Points

Enter IN: 299209236.48 – Sun to earth diameter
Enter N: 768800 – Earth to moon diameter
Enter NP: 149604618.24 – Sun to earth radius/distance from center points
——
Initial Entry is 149604618.24.
Baselimiter is 37785554.56.
Sub Ratio is 111819063.68.
Subdivide is 0.37371528030176404.

Orbit Plots:

L3 is 377855.5456
L2 is 400317.1026862983
L1 is 337916.9286208069

Excerpt from text:

#### Python code for Ease Point (formerly Lagrange) calculations and Large Body Orbits
### Updated 12/17/18 to add electron counts using 1/2 subdivides (same formula)
## I have opted to rename from “Lagrange” for sake of *usefullness*. Naming functions after people is confusing.
# To calculate electron counts, please enter descending/ascending units. For example:

### IN = 4 Shells
### N = 3 Trivial
### NP = 1 Trivial
#max_electron_count is 32.0

### IN = 8 Shells
### N = 7 Trivial
### NP = 1 Trivial
#max_electron_count is 128.0

### You can also use a full count, with the ratio of 1 which acts as a subdivide, IE:
### IN = 4
### N = 4
### NP = 1
#max_electron_count is 32.0

### This scales, so you reach new ratio sets as you change things.
### IN = 4
### N = 2
### NP = 3
#max_electron_count is 32.0

### IN = 5
### N = 3
### NP = 3
#max_electron_count is 50.0

# And so on.

#### If you are wondering why this matters, it proves that all objects in the universe follow syncopation & wave functions
### Please see www.arisopus.com if you have any questions on syncopation or wave relationships.
## This may be a steep learning curve for some who are used to using particle theory.
# This ties quantum mechanics to everything…

#————#Begin Code#————#

IN = float(input(“Enter IN: “))
N = float(input(“Enter N: “))
NP = float(input(“Enter NP: “))

IN = 0.5 if IN == 0 else IN
N = 0.5 if N == 0 else N
NP = 0.5 if NP == 0 else NP

init = IN * 1/2
baselimiter = (N*1/2) + (IN*(1/2) * (NP*1/2) / IN)
sub_ratio = init – baselimiter
easepoint = sub_ratio / 100
sub_divide = sub_ratio / IN
lpoint1 = init / sub_ratio * 1000000
lpoint1balance = lpoint1 – 1000000
max_electron_count = (init / sub_ratio) *IN
shell_half = init / sub_ratio
shell_full_count = sub_divide * max_electron_count * 2

########## Max Electron Count Is Equivalent to L2 Ease Point. This is the function of sine wave (polarity) combinations
######### All calculations made for particle physics are not entirely accurate or relative to the natural state of quantum interactions.
######## This is why we see so much entropy. This calculation is more acurate; based on ratios from center point to orbit, to 3rd orbit – etc.
####### This is also why nobody understood the comet oumuamua.
###### This works perfectly for max counts in electron shells.
##### Orbits and Ease Points will always fluctuate depending on the location of other planets or syncopations of other atoms.
#### Those other planets have not been accounted for yet in the calculation. I need to complete a method to add these in.
### Doing so will also allow us to calculate shell counts using only the amount of electrons, and their shell locations.
## It will also allow us to visualize Atom combinations, and biological vitamin structures.
# Reminder that particles are just a visualization of the group function, not quantum mechanics.

#

#### I have removed some of the electrical feedback equations I was using as they were confusing almost everyone.
### They caused people to get really upset. It kept getting removed from forums.
## I did this to show that they were for something else.
# You need to accept the fact that physics is changing. It is a beautiful change for us.

init = 0 if init == 0.5 else init
baselimiter = 0 if baselimiter == 0.5 else baselimiter
sub_ratio = 0 if sub_ratio == 0.5 else sub_ratio
easepoint = 0 if easepoint == 0.5 else easepoint
sub_divide = 0 if sub_divide == 0.5 else sub_divide
lpoint1 = 0 if lpoint1 == 0.5 else lpoint1
lpoint1balance = 0 if lpoint1balance == 0.5 else lpoint1balance
max_electron_count = 0 if max_electron_count == 0.5 else max_electron_count
shell_half = 0 if shell_half == 0.5 else shell_half
shell_full_count = 0 if shell_full_count == 0.5 else shell_full_count

#### Sub_ratio is like saying how many times can you use an even number as 1/4 before you get to the whole number entered
### When an odd is entered IE: 7, you get 1.5 ‘bunches of (4)’ quarters up to 6, then .25 ‘bunches of 4’ quarters to get from 6 to 7.
## If you swap N and NP, you can see this happen in the answer for “sub_ratio”.
# This is because it allows multiples of halves to be used as sub-divides. It’s how our cells, and waves/quantum atomics work.

#### Atoms combine and the group waves grow and excite, and the groups themselves eventually snycopate, creating gravity
### Then more groups combine through the syncopations of the groups made from the atoms turned into elements/molecules
## This keeps happening over and over again until planets and life form
# All objects have a relationship to another based on the syncopations around it, and which formed it

# Shell half is equal to 8, because it is the 4 sub-divided through this rule.

#It all scales#

#These are base numbers you can enter to compare against the old calculations.

#Calculating L1-3

#Enter IN: 299209236.48 – Sun to earth diameter
#Enter N: 768800 – Earth to moon diameter
#Enter NP: 149604618.24 – Sun to earth radius/distance from center points#

## These are the most important, because they tell us the face locations for atoms or the distances from the nucleus
# It will help with atom combinations when we get there

# L4-5 still being worked out. They are amplitudes, similar to L2. They are also reliant on the inner planets more
# I am having troubles finding the actual measurements online for 4 & 5 and the previous formula is so unnecessarily complex

#Calculating best distance of moon (easepoint): Sun to earth, to moon

#Enter IN: 299209236.48
#Enter N: 149604618.24
#Enter NP: 149604618.24

print (“——\nInitial Entry is {0}.\nBaselimiter is {1}.\nSub Ratio is {2}.\nSubdivide is {4}.\n\n\n”
“Orbit Plots:\nOrbital Easepoint is {3}.\n L3 is {1}\n L2 is {7}\n L1 is {6}\n\n”
“Wave Rules:\n max_electron_count is {7}.\n shell_full_count is {9}.\n shell_half is {8}.”
.format(init, baselimiter, sub_ratio, easepoint, sub_divide, lpoint1, lpoint1balance, max_electron_count, shell_half, shell_full_count))