Figure 1.  The mediation of energy by a macron. 

A.Criton swirl.  The criton swirl is a ring-type structure composed of critons spinning around its midpoint at a velocity of c.  Within the ring the relative velocities among individual critons are such that they are held together by their mutual forces, i,e. crifor.  Two critons in contact express the greatest attractive force possible per unit of matter.  See U. components.  

B. Focal body.  The focal body is a composite structure whose sub components are held together by crifor.  It may exhibit internal oscillation patterns that are a function of its internal energy.

C.Macron.  A macron is composed of a focal body surrounded by a criton swirl.

D.Excited Macron.  An isolated, excited macron possesses the potential to emit pulsons in a 360-degree arc associated with the orientation of the criton swirl and the nature or frequency of its focal body.  A pulson represents a sequence of criton-front emissions associated with a specific oscillation mode.  Its length and the density of criton fronts may vary.  The signal bias associated with tangentially emitted pulsons is presented in PC Blog 3-em waves (Fig. 22).  (As developed later the orientation of the in situ swirl at emissions is associated with polarization of the signal.  The mechanism for recharging of criton swirls is also presented later.)