of phi (ϕ, as a scalar linear "base") and pi (π, as a rotating "base") I discovered something extremely important

as it may relate to the framework of RS/2 utilizing '1' as unity:

because squaring π+π√5/2π (golden ratio 1.618...) introduces '1' to produce 2.618...,

if it is somehow possible to assign this particular 1 to/as the the universal datum,

a universal geometry can be derived which naturally "feeds off" of the phi/pi operation ad infinitum.

This geometry would naturally produce the forms associated with the golden ratio. I prove this is true

with the following image generated with the derived equation (cos):

These were generated by a generic online mathematics website with a simple sin function applied to the concerned equation.

I started thus with these as co-operative bases: one linear (phi), the other rotating (pi).

Essentially these equations capture a unity-golden framework:

one state (-) is unity 1, the other (+) is ϕ

^{3}.

This is important because it confirms the bi-rotation model (mandated by the geometry as intrinsic)

and implies a bi-

*orientation compliment*, the properties of which can be derived inductively -

the implications of which amounts to the capacity to calculate universal roots using universal geometries

that satisfy cubed proportionality (as time and space reciprocally do).