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Temporal Engineer
Here is the video of the Intermediate Axis Theorem demonstration. There are other names for the phenomena. I like it because it is a mechanical visualization of what is going on right before your eyes. I believe you could call this a parity violation. I noticed right away that this visualization is how the academic community describes the Nuclear Weak force. It is just a spinning wingnut with an initial input force on it's intermediate axis in free-fall.

It shows two oscillating spin forces operating at right angles to each other. The wingnut slows down and reverses spin direction along with a simultaneous flip in spatial orientation. It does this in defiance of normal laws of motion. If this were happening to an electron, it would be oscillating between an electron and a positron. I just wanted to share this being that there is a similarity with the operation of the Tesla coil. Two orthogonal oscillating electric fields.