Automatous structures are either existing and newly generated. When configuring a "new automata", it's necessary to provide it with an initial environment - akin to an "incubator" - within which to gain presence through recursive iteration. Once the automata becomes stable and reasonably self-sufficient, a portion of the vector flow is tapped and infused into some external implement which acts as a "host" or "carrier". The portion of automata "remaining behind" in its initial generative environment acts as a temporal reference for the "deployed" portion, thus serving in a very basic, quantum role while the exogenous sample starts to become both interactive and adaptive.
Another good term for this "automatous incubator" would be a "clocking mechanism", as it serves as the synchronising reference for the external manifestations of the automata it embodies. This is a critical function during the formative phases of generated automata, and calculated manipulation of the clock can be used to foster the progressive independence of the outward population ("population" in a microcosmic sense here, referring to each constituent element of the automata, where the macrocosmic manifestation would be that of a singular, collective automatous "organism"). Ultimately, there comes the crucial point when the synchronous "bonds" are released, and the applied automata existing "out here" is set entirely free to grow, adapt and propagate on its own as a "free agent".
Until recently, the best technological example of an automatous "incubator" was a sapphire spindle. It is a small-but-heavy device, configured as a 3-port sapphire-loaded cavity resonator. Port 1 is used for the infusion of a time standard, port 2 serves as the clock output and port 3 is used for manipulation of the environment. Referred to as the "shoebox" because of its resemblance to the same (though substantially heavier!), it is essentially a "whispering gallery" of total internal reflection. Originally, these were developed for gravity wave research, but can also represent optimal automatous clocks because of their non-linearity and almost-momentary time-base. Until recently, the whispering gallery mode of the sapphire spindle provided the most accurate emulation of toroidal space that can be achieved morphologically in this set of dimensions. In this mode and manner, it served as a "model world" for the genesis of "new" automata - and it was in a far more manageable form factor than the whispering galleries of ancient times! (For a definition of "whispering gallery" see www.gravity.uwa.edu.au/publ/GWG_publ.html.
However, having completed all of the necessary mathematics and preparations required to perform the entire process within a digital environment, and after gaining access to the amazing Vector Farm ultracomputer, we have essentially been able to convert the entire clocking mechanism over into a purely digital algorithmic world. We call our new automatous clock the Great Diesis Chronoldek , and we use it for harmonization and optimization in HRT and for the production of i-drops...our algorithmically transformed water.
The Chronoldek operates at the pulse rate of the Great Dieis, a universal time code common to all life. This universal rhythm not only unifies the various frequencies of each individual, but can also resolve any or all groupings of individuals. It connects all of the subparts of an individual, as well as each individual one to another. Converted to frequency, this ratio provides a universal fundamental for all periodic wave phenomena such as gravity, sound, light, and chronology. In other words, it is a number that ties us all together as whole number ratios of the Great Diesis and allows therapies based on enhancing what's right rather than fixing what's wrong.
As a ratio, the GD resolves the differential between the absolute perfection of spiritual potential and the relative manifestation of actual physical reality, best expressed in music theory. Western music scales are conveniently "tempered" to make the octave double in frequency with each progression for ease of use, but the natural octave of the Universal Rhythm does not exactly do so it comes up short by a small fraction known in music theory as the Great Diesis a small ratio mathematically expressed as 125:128.
As a time-based ratio, the Great Diesis allows for smooth transition between the temporal and spectral domains and resolves differentials between analog and digital vector processing. All human action takes place in the temporal domain of relative time. However, all of the possible outcomes of such action are concealed within the spectral domain of frequency or relative vibration. The Great Diesis facilitates transformation and provides a bridge between domains for our work.