Two scalar devices measure magnitude angle of electromagnetic field with xenon bulbs from Hamamatsu. The central
sphere is designed to keep a bead of mercury in motion inside of a circular grid of equally distributed points that are lined
up with loaded nodal switchpoints in association with the electrical conductivity of mercury and the central spheres ability
with gold electrodes and a specialized heating instrument with iron shielding. The grid copies the nodal points to a
location located in the equally destributed gold electrode points in an x to y switch, as far as direction. The device
is designed to have the mercury bead follow the x to y switch path. Initially design is for testing particle entanglement
from a fixed x to moving y single photon study. A single sodium atom is bound to a single photon with a push button
photon firing sequence(GVSU current research). The bound sodium atom pulses to a grid as a fixed x is simulated as sodium
chlorate in a Bose Einstein condensate(MIT) time matched to the bound sodium atom. The grid is a 10X10 point a1,b2 type
grid, an index chip that matches the impact position of the sodium atom to the equadistant gold electrodes in the sphere.
This is designed to have the mercury bead follow the 10X10 grid position of the sodium atom. Then gauge any
change in the fermionic activity of the Bose Einstein condensate.