These calculators can be used to generate **angular** and **angle velocity** data for a **spin level**.

The radius is calculated as 2^{level} × 2.72×10^{-24}m.

Level 0 is the axial spin, 1 is the first X spin, 2 is a Y spin, etc.

The velocity is set to the speed of light, 3×10^{8}m/s.

Therefore, the angular velocity is m/s and the angle velocity is radians/s.

The definition of Angular Velocity used by these calculators may not be what you are used to. It is a distance over a time where that distance is curved. Not an angle over time as is commonly used. For more information please read Angular Velocity and Angular Momentum by Miles Mathis. To understand the transforms used to convert angular velocity into an angle velocity, please read my Spin Velocity paper.

Calculate the **angular velocity** given the **spin level**.

r = 2.72×10^{-24} × 2^{l}

ω = √[2r√[v^{2}+r^{2}]-2r^{2}]

Calculate the **angle velocity** given the **spin level**.

r = 2.72×10^{-24} × 2^{l}

θ = π_{g}√[2r√[v^{2}+r^{2}]-2r^{2}]/π_{k}r