WE take the data given and construct concentric circles. The rings formed are the elements of the world. The mass of these elements is given by IC = 4PI area / c-squared -- where IC is inertial capacity and c is perimeter length 2Pi(r(1) + r(2)).

We find that the even-angle steps form meaningful relationships between elements, and the number-reciprocals set does not produce meaningful relationships except making areas equal.

The General equation is reduceable to precision times power = attention, where precision is 1/mass and power is ring area, and attention is velocity squared.

Apparently many ways of perceiving:

take 4 plane figures of the same height circle, rectangle, square, equilateral triangle. THen the person is asked to list them from most significant to least. There are two basic ways of doing this: from least to greatest precision and from least area to greatest area.

But on testing people there are other ways which are derived from the maximum area perception. One way is to relate the figures to your greatest interest such as for example to Horse racing: the circle is a race track, triangle reminds one of trifecta and so on.

Another way is to note the geometry of the figures and try to select an order from there: for example noting there are three straight line figures and one round.

Another way could be usage perception. For example if they were to be put in a sieve then the longest lengths may be important.

The area method gets result triangle, circle, square, rectangle. Precision is the result: circle, square, rectangle, triangle.