The Planck Unit contains the EM Polarity Inversion Rotation.
This results in a linear momentum: the Pink Arrow.
It implies the dual spin rotation, on the one side, and the other side.
And can be represented by the equilateral Triangle: The core (surprise of) Tetryonics.
You may want to print out the above image, 2-sided.
- look for the magnetic polarity: along the bottom
- look for the electric polarity (on both triangle sides)
- look for the zero-point of the rotation (in the middle)
- look for the resulting direction of motion (to the vertex)