The Professional Information Exchange facilitates construction planning in the nature of providing a Digital Repository of information online via the Internet in the fields of architecture, engineering, surveying, other professions, and trades associated with the construction industry.

Bim (or BIM) refers to information about real property and its attributes, and also to the process of originating, storing, updating and sharing this information. The acronym (BIM) is known in the art as an acronym for “Building Information Model,” “Building Information Modeling,” or Building Information Management. Bim is also known in the art to encompass information regarding all real property, including but not limited to land and the geographical features it encompasses (e.g., bodies of water), structures on land such as utility poles, equipment, etc., and is scalable to encompass information about properties related to subatomic particles (e.g., nano-robots), and celestial bodies in space (e.g., galaxies), including but not limited to existing in present reality, in a computer-generated “reality” or any other technology-simulated virtual world or dimension.

There has never existed the ability for a maintained record of every stakeholder (anyone with information about real property) having involvement on any property (at any scale throughout space in real or virtual realities) and an indexing system to access the information they have pertaining to it, utilizing a unique and intelligent Real Property Index Number (RPIN), to facilitate a Real Property Information Network (bimpage) that can be used commercially.

Daniel 2:44 In the days of those kings, the God of heaven will set up a kingdom that will never be destroyed, nor will it be left to another people. It will shatter all these kingdoms and bring them to an end, but will itself stand forever.

Daniel 2:45 And just as you saw a stone being cut out of the mountain without human hands, and it shattered the iron, bronze, clay, silver, and gold, so the great God has told the king what will happen in the future. The dream is true, and its interpretation is trustworthy.”

Job 41:10-11 No one is so fierce as to rouse Leviathan. Then who is able to stand against Me? 11 Who has given to Me that I should repay him? Everything under heaven is Mine.

While it's not alive, it's not even dead. A large number of mind controlling fungi leads insects to assume the strangest behaviors in order to spread their spores and infect more insects to survive.

The Preamble to the United States Constitution, beginning with the words We the People, is a brief introductory statement of the Constitution’s fundamental purposes and guiding principles.

“With hurricanes, tornados, fires out of control, mud slides,
flooding, severe thunderstorms tearing up the country from one
end to another, and with the threat of bird flu and terrorist
attacks, “Are we sure this is a good time to take God out of
the Pledge of Allegiance?” ― Jay Leno

O! say, can you see, by the dawn’s early light,
What so proudly we hailed at the twilight’s last gleaming:
Whose broad stripes and bright stars through the perilous fight,
O’er the ramparts we watched were so gallantly streaming,
And the rocket’s red glare, the bombs bursting in air,
Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there;

O! say, does that Star-spangled Banner still* wave
O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave?

The Searl Effect is “an effect of four forces acting in two sets of two forces, acting at right angles to each other, to create a true prime mover which through its action can produce electricity or motive power.”

LAW OF THE SQUARES – LESSON 1: The Law of the Squares is a Space Time, Mathematical Matrix, Balanced Matter, Magnetic Coherence, Proportioning Principle, used to produce the Searl Effect.

Revelation 21:16 The city lies foursquare, with its width the same as its length. And he measured the city with the rod, and all its dimensions were equal—12,000 stadia in length and width and height.

The differences between the square values represented in this table, naturally divide in half along a Neutral diagonal line, separating a mirror image of Positive and Negative square values.

Note: The values for the squares that are shown highlight in red, (17×3, 17×5 and 17×13), were intentionally labeled incorrectly by Professor Searl in his original table 2, as a check for us.

Table 2

“Nature anywhere in our Universe has only 2 prime active states..being Positive and Negative and when at rest they are Neutral.”

“Take any block of 4 squares and check, the diagonals will be equal as it is at rest.”

First operational block (“square”) which is:

Looking at the diagonals, we have 7+9=16 and 16+ 0 = 16.

“The diagonals are equal as it is at rest.”

Looking at the Vertical values, we have:

“The Greatest Value in the Vertical plane is on the right”,

So, the Positive state is on the Right which is (16+9) = 25.

The Negative side is on the Left which is (7+0) = 7.

The difference between the Positive Right side (Greater Value) and the Negative Left side (Lesser Value) is (25-7) = 18.

Looking at the next possible block (“square”), to its left is:

Looking at the diagonals, we have 16+20=36 and 27+ 9 = 36.

“The diagonals are equal as it is at rest.”

Looking at the Vertical values, we have:

“Again, the Greatest Value in the Vertical plane is on the right”,

So, the Positive state is on the Right which is (27+20) = 47.

The Negative side is on the Left which is (16+9) = 25.

The difference between the Positive Right side (Greater Value) and the Negative Left side (Lesser Value) is (47-25) = 22.

The difference between these 2 blocks (22-18) = 4

Looking at the bottom right last block n Table 2, which is:

Looking at the diagonals, we have 37+39=76 and 76+ 0 = 76.

“The diagonals are equal as it is at rest.”

Looking at the Vertical values, we have:

Again, the Greatest Value in the Vertical plane is on the right,

So, the Positive state is on the Right which is (76+39) = 115.

The Negative side is on the Left which is (37+0) = 37.

The difference between the Positive Right side (Greater Value) and the Negative Left side (Lesser Value) is (115-37) = 78.

Looking at the block above it, which is:

Looking at the diagonals, we have 72+76=148 and 111+ 37 = 148.

“The diagonals are equal as it is at rest.”

Looking at the Vertical values, we have:

“Again, the Greatest Value in the Vertical plane is on the right”,

So, the Positive state is on the Right which is (111+76) = 187.

The Negative side is on the Left which is (72+37) = 109.

The difference between the Positive Right side (Greater Value) and the Negative Left side (Lesser Value) is (187-109) = 78.

Looking at another block, for instance :

Looking at the diagonals, we have 175+189=364 and 208+ 156 = 364.

“The diagonals are equal as it is at rest.”

Looking at the Vertical values, we have:

“Again, the Greatest Value in the Vertical plane is on the right”,

So, the Positive state is on the Right which is (208+189) = 397.

The Negative side is on the Left which is (175+156) = 331.

The difference between the Positive Right side (Greater Value) and the Negative Left side (Lesser Value) is (397-331) = 66.

Looking at the top right hand corner block n Table 2, which is:

Looking at the diagonals, we have 352+384=736 and 391+ 345 = 736.

“The diagonals are equal as it is at rest.”

Looking at the Vertical values, we have:

“Again, the Greatest Value in the Vertical plane is on the right”,

So, the Positive state is on the Right which is (391+384) = 775.

The Negative side is on the Left which is (352+345) = 697.

The difference between the Positive Right side (Greater Value) and the Negative Left side (Lesser Value) is (775-697) = 78.

Looking at the block adjacent below, top right hand corner block inTable 2, which is:

Looking at the diagonals, we have 345+375=720 and 384+ 336 = 720.

“The diagonals are equal as it is at rest.”

Looking at the Vertical values, we have:

“Again, the Greatest Value in the Vertical plane is on the right”,

So, the Positive state is on the Right which is (384+375) = 759.

The Negative side is on the Left which is (345+336) = 681.

The difference between the Positive Right side (Greater Value) and the Negative Left side (Lesser Value) is (759-681) = 78.

Looking at another block further below the top right hand corner block in Table 2

Looking at the diagonals, we have 261+279=540 and 300+ 240 = 540.

“The diagonals are equal as it is at rest.”

Looking at the Vertical values, we have:

“Again, the Greatest Value in the Vertical plane is on the right”,

So, the Positive state is on the Right which is (300+279) = 579.

The Negative side is on the Left which is (261+240) = 579.

The difference between the Positive Right side (Greater Value) and the Negative Left side (Lesser Value) is (579-501) = 78.

“Therefore the difference between the Positive Right side (Greater Value) and the Negative Left side (Lesser Value), of every block down the right hand side of Table 2, equals 78.”

“It is clear that it is a Law of Nature and all the blocks in this column will have a difference of 78.”

Looking at blocks in the vertical column of blocks adjacent to the left, of the end column of blocks in Table 2,, for instance:

Looking at the diagonals, we have 315+345=660 and 352+ 308 = 660.

“The diagonals are equal as it is at rest.”

Looking at the Vertical values, we have:

“Again, the Greatest Value in the Vertical plane is on the right”,

So, the Positive state is on the Right which is (352+345) = 697.

The Negative side is on the Left which is (315+308) = 623.

The difference between the Positive Right side (Greater Value) and the Negative Left side (Lesser Value) is (697-623) = 74.

Looking at another block in the vertical column of blocks adjacent, and to the left, of the right end column of blocks in Table 2, for instance:

Looking at the diagonals, we have 243+261=504 and 280+ 224 = 504.

“The diagonals are equal as it is at rest.

Looking at the Vertical values, we have:

“Again, the Greatest Value in the Vertical plane is on the right”,

So, the Positive state is on the Right which is (280+261) = 541.

The Negative side is on the Left which is (243+224) = 467.

The difference between the Positive Right side (Greater Value) and the Negative Left side (Lesser Value) is (541-243) = 74.

Looking at another block in the vertical column of blocks adjacent to the left, of the right end column of blocks in Table 2:

Looking at the diagonals, we have 35+37=72 and 72+ 0 =72.

“The diagonals are equal as it is at rest.”

“Again, the Greatest Value in the Vertical plane is on the right”,

So, the Positive state is on the Right which is (72+37) = 109.

The Negative side is on the Left which is (35+0) = 35.

The difference between the Positive Right side (Greater Value) and the Negative Left side (Lesser Value) is (79-35) = 74.

“Therefore the difference between the Positive Right side (Greater Value) and the Negative Left side (Lesser Value), of every block in the vertical column of blocks adjacent, and to the left, of the end column of blocks in Table, 2 equals 74.”

“It is clear that it is a Law of Nature and all the blocks in this column will have a difference of 74.”

Lesson 1 – SUMMARY

The Difference Constants (2 and 4) between Adjacent Squares (3 – 7)

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The Difference Constants (2 and 4) between Adjacent Squares (0 – 4)

Testing Galileo's hypothesis on Falling Bodies like never before – dropping spheres from the Edge of Space (EOS) – To Learn How a Gravity Field is Produced !!!!!!