### Brooks (Base) Square matrix (BBS) interactive IV: BASICS

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### 1x1, 2x2, 3x3, 4x4,5x5, 10x10, 15x15, 20x20, 25x25, 30x30 and 35x35 matrices

Aperture slideshow movie reveals the unfolding of the BBS and the underlying BASIC pattern relationship that defines the BBS.

An Aperture based slideshow movie presenting the fourth (IV) of five different presentations of the Brooks (Base) Square interactive matrix.

This "BASIC" introduction to the matrix grid and the simplest, most fundamental pattern of the numbers that are formed from the main, prime diagonal are presented in a step by step fashion. The Prime Diagonal is none other than the square of the axial numbers (1,2,3,...) forming the core of the Inverse Square Law sequence (1,4, 9,...).

All the numbers...and their many exquisite patterns...are derived directly from the Prime Diagonal numbers. This is Part I. Part II will follow and will present some of the more interesting patterns.

The Inverse Square Law defines how a force or influence (like energy or light) falls off in strength as the distance is increased. It is one of the fundamental relationship laws of the universe effecting everything from gravity to electromagnetism. It can not but help to also be part of the spacetime fabric. It's part of "The Architecture Of SpaceTime" (TAOST).

The complete works of "Brooks (Base) Square & the Inverse Square Law" can be found at: http://www.brooksdesign-ps.net/Reginald_Brooks/ Code/Html/netarti5.htm

All Inner Grid (IG) numbers on BBS are derived from the Prime Diagonal (PD). The simple, BASIC pattern relationship is more fully shown on the larger matrices. The numbers, and their patterns, form the matrix around the Inverse Square Law (ISL). Together they form the Brooks (Base) Square interactive matrix.