Sep 152010
 

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The Torus View of the Human Body – Video

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This video is part 01 of the series on The Torus View of the Human Body.

According to the Torus View of the Human Body, the human body can behave as if it is constructed like a torus. “Torus” is a fancy word for a doughnut shape. This picture shows an example torus shape from the front.

Next is a view of the torus from the side.

The final picture is from above and to the side so that the three dimensional nature of the torus can be seen.

The identifying characteristics of a torus are that it is a circular object, as emphasized in the next picture

with a circular hole penetrating the center, as emphasized in the picture below.

The inner diameter, outer diameter, or the height of a torus can change, but as long as the object adheres to the definition shape of a torus, a circular object with a circular hole penetrating the center, the object is still a torus as illustrated in this comparison picture.

The center torus is the example torus that looks like a donut.

The torus on the left has been stretched vertically to make it tall.

Even though the object on the left is taller than the doughnut torus, it is still a circular object with a circular hole in the center, so the object on the left is still a torus.

The torus on the right has had the hole in the center reduced in diameter.

The hole was colored blue to make it more visible. Even though the hole in the center of this torus is small, the object on the right still fits the definition of a torus.

According to the Torus View of the Human Body, the human body can be treated as if it is constructed of a torus shape, located on the body as shown in this picture.

The torus covers the body from side to side

And from the groin to the top of the head

In this picture, the torus has been made partially transparent so it’s relationship to the human body can be seen.

The hole penetrating the center of the torus can be seen in this overhead view picture.

The size of the hole penetrating the center of the torus is exaggerated, to emphasize that the object is a torus, and to clearly reveal the top of the head inside of the hole in the center of the torus.

The size of the hole in the center of the torus in reality should be smaller, as demonstrated in this picture.

The transparent torus makes it possible to see that the small hole in the center of torus exposes a small area in the center of the head,

instead of completely revealing the top of the head as was done with the previous exaggerated example picture.

The Torus View of the Human Body, is similar to the Single Cylinder View of the Human Body, as can be seen in this comparison picture.

The torus and the cylinder are both centered on,

and enclose the torso of the human body.

The Torus View of the Human Body, is similar to the Single Cylinder View of the Human Body, for the simple reason that a torus is similar to a cylinder. The Torus View of the Human Body can be thought of as being created, by punching a hole through the center of the cylinder of the Single Cylinder View of the Human Body, as shown in this picture.

The construction of the torus from the Torus View of the Human Body, is exactly the same as the construction of the Single Cylinder View of the Human Body. The torus is constructed of an infinite number of infinitely thin layers, running from the center of the torus to the outer edge of the torus.

The layers do not run straight from the center of the torus to the outer edge of the torus, as demonstrated in this picture.

The layers follow a curved pattern like the one shown in this picture.

According to Happeh Theory, these layers are constructed of individual fibers woven together. The fibers have already been shown to follow a curved path in the horizontal plane as shown in this picture.

The fibers also follow a curved pattern in the vertical direction as demonstrated by this picture.

An real world example of the way that the fibers that the torus is constructed of flow, is provided by this picture of a ball of twine.

The fibers in the ball of twine follow the same curved pattern, as the fibers in the torus of The Torus View of the Human Body.

Examination of the top of the ball of twine, reveals the curved path of each fiber at the top of the ball of twine, as emphasized in this picture.

The curved path of the fibers in the ball of twine, as they travel from the top to the bottom of the ball of twine is unmistakable, as shown in this picture.

The uses to which the Torus View of the Human Body can be put to, and the insights provided into the human body by the Torus View of the Human Body, will be addressed in the following videos of this series.

 

  One Response to “The Torus View Of The Human Body”

  1. In anatomical terms, the human torso is a torus: skin is the outside skin, the mouth and anus the upper and lower openings of the inner surface, the digestive system. The digestive system has elongated and grown appendages: lungs, liver, pancreas. The torus continuity is unbroken.

    Do you have any modelling of this embryological development? I would use it for teaching.

    Thanks

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