The stronger the Gluons nuclear forces the greater the amplitude, the greater the field. The field is affected by all variables external that affect the energy equation for the Standard Vibration Model.(Not the same model as Einstein's)
Then at the poles there is a flip from a tori to bowl rotations. This is where high energy is emitted. We see this in everything from atoms to spiral galaxies.
I like to show pictures of real examples. This time I will try some equations.
The equation for the dual tori is
x(θ,ฯ) = ([R] amplitude of the field + radius cosθ[resistance]) cos ฯ[voltage]
y(θ,ฯ) = ([R] amplitude of the field + radius cosθ[resistance]) sin ฯ[voltage]
z(θ,ฯ) = radius sin θ[resistance] + distance to equator on an outside arc. Not a direct line.
By adding a scalar to the z axis we can move the w+ field up and the w-field down. These two fields interact at the equator creating electrical storms. Now the voltage needs a direction of rotation.
I need more time to integrate the bowl magnetic effects. Because there is a flip point in the shape.
Here we see the two torus and the two bowl magnets of the rotating nuclear baryonic core.
The bowl magnets are two cones emitting from the poles.
x(u,v) = v * cos(u)
y(u,v) = v * sin(u)
z(u,v) = v
By using Le Plant's Primer Theory we observe these effects. It is obvious they are magnetic episodes that cumulate into these shapes. We see the flip rings where charge flips. Vibrations accelerate through these flip rings and become x-rays and gamma rays.
The main variables also include elements in motion viewed by spectra. Differences in information from one end to another, frequency, wavelength, temp, rotation.
This is 4b ly across. Its a Quasar. We see this shape at the atomic level. Protons and neutrons have similar rotational geometries.