A spatiole is for the time being a provisional working tool in this search. It is defined as a small moving space, where the impulse given by a critical value of angular velocity due to the movement, with respect to other matter, is put in better focus. In a spatiole there would be a greater probability that cumulative dissipative processes take place, all other conditions being equal.
The spatioles, where the signal is best focused.
The concept of spatiole is postulated as a working tool, and used in a series of propositions, coherent with the various aspects of the complex phenomena considered here.
For example, in the case of the tide phenomenon, the concept of spatiole should explain the formation of tidal basins, as well as the two cadences of the tides, diurnal or semi-diurnal.
The spatioles - from the Latin spatiolum - are here defined as "small mobile spaces", where the force given by the motion with respect to the generating masses (Moon, Sun), is more likely to be focused, and to operate with efficiency, respect to what happens in other places, during episodes of interaction, at critical discrete values of angular movement.
The word is used in the two studies.
The notion of spatiole is used in the two researches (seeds, tides), with the same meaning, mutatis mutandis.
The progression of the spatioles in the seeds.
At present, the discourse on the spatioles, which act on the fatty acids in seeds, is suspended, since their mirror progression, with respect to the positions of the Moon, is still at the hypothesis stage (to be confirmed or rejected).
In other words, in a given place, from one day to the next, while the spatioles which act on the water delay, those which act on the seeds anticipate.
Later on, it will be seen that magnetism could also determine the daily frequency of the spatioles. Cadence that can be diurnal, or semi-diurnal.
The progression of the spatioles in water.
In a given place, from one day to the next, the passage of the spatioles in water takes place increasingly later in our clocks.
Daily cadence of the spatioles.
In places where the tide generation has a semi-diurnal cadence, there are two passages of spatiole per day, and per generating mass (Moon, Sun).
In the localities, where the generation of the tide has a diurnal frequency, there would be only one passage of spatiole per day, and per generating mass.
This difference would be due to the different intensity of the local magnetic field, as suggested by the interpretation of the results of experiment B, where the seeds are subjected to the action of a moving magnet.
Tidal wave formation.
The formation of a tidal wave - a delayed consequence of the passage of a spatiole - manifests itself as a fact occurring within a tidal basin.
The mechanism by which the tidal wave is formed - within a tidal basin - is treated in itinerary six.
When a spatiole is in advance or late.
The times of the passage of a spatiole which acts on the water depends on the position and declination of the generating celestial body (Moon, Sun).