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This video addresses the question, “How is the single cylinder of the Single Cylinder View of the Human Body” constructed?
According to the Single Cylinder View of the Human Body, the human body can behave like a large cylinder. This cylinder is centered on the human body as shown in this picture.
How is this cylinder constructed?
According to Happeh Theory, the cylinder is constructed of layers that run radially from the center of the cylinder to the outer edge of the cylinder. The layers do not run straight from the center of the cylinder to the outside of the cylinder. The layers follow a curved path as they travel from the center of the cylinder to the outer edge of the cylinder.
This picture shows the cylinder with eight lines running from the center to the outer edge of the cylinder.
Each line follows a curved path from the center of the cylinder,
to the outer edge of the cylinder.
There are only eight layers in this picture so the picture looks clear.
The cylinder is actually constructed of an infinite number of similarly curved layers,
that are so close together they present the appearance of a solid surface.
In this next picture,
the center of the cylinder has been removed to that the layers can be seen within the cylinder. A thin section of the outer part of the cylinder remains.
The purpose of this solid section of the cylinder,
is to reinforce the idea that the infinite number of separate layers that form the cylinder,
present the appearance of a solid surface.
The top of the cylinder is then slowly made transparent in the following animation so the ends of the radial layers that penetrate the solid outer part of the circle can be seen.
If the cylinder was viewed from the side,
all that would be visible of each layer would be a vertical line. In the following animation the side of the cylinder is slowly made transparent so the layers inside of it can be seen.
The edges of the layers are colored black in an attempt to make them more visible.
Because the layers are curved, the picture can still be visually confusing.
In the next part of the animation, the camera angle is moved up and to the side, then the cylinder is slowly rotated so that the layers and edges can be viewed from many different angles.
There is an obvious question about the construction of the cylinder that has not been answered yet. How are the layers themselves constructed?
Here is an overhead picture of one of the curved layers that make up the cylinder.
If the camera angle is made perpendicular to one of the faces of the layer,
the curved layer looks like a rectangle.
According to Happeh Theory, the layers that make up the cylinder are composed of fibers that follow a vertical spiral pattern. This picture shows the rectangular looking curved layer after it has been sliced on a diagonal.
The lower part of the cut edge looks like it is curved.
The camera then moves to the side of the layer so that the entire sliced part of the layer can be seen.
The sliced edge of the layer represents one of the fibers running vertically through the layer in a spiral pattern.
From this view the entire sliced edge of the layer looks like it curves downwards.
It was previously stated that the fibers that the layers are composed of run in a vertical spiral pattern The cut layer has a curved shape, not a spiral shape.
Does that mean the claim that the fibers run in a vertical spiral pattern is wrong?
No. The fibers that make up the layers do run in a vertical spiral pattern. The reason the sliced layer looks curved, is because the demonstration layer is only a short section of a complete spiral.
This picture shows four of the sliced layers stacked vertically on top of each other.
Each layer has been aligned so that the sliced part matches to the to layer above it.
As shown by the line drawn in this picture,
the sliced edges of the four layers do form a complete spiral. Even though the sliced layer that makes up the cylinder only looks curved,
it is really a short section of a complete spiral.
How is the theoretical model of the cylinder constructed of curved radial layers, related to the real life human body?
According to Happeh Theory, there is a direct relationship between the theoretical model of the cylinder constructed of curved radial layers, and the real life human body.
According to Happeh Theory, the real life human body can behave as if it is composed of an infinite number, of infinitely thin layers, that run from the center of the body, out to the edge of the body in a curved pattern. The layers themselves are composed of fibers that run in a vertical spiral pattern within the layer.
This picture shows the top of the human body with eight demonstration layers superimposed on it.
Please take a moment to examine the relationship between the layers and the human body.
The next picture shows the front view of the human body with eight demonstration layers superimposed on it.
The layers have been sliced diagonally so their curved shape could be seen. The camera then rotates around the body in the following animation to give a full 360 degree view of the relationship between the layers and the human body.