Part X - The inner structure of basis spinors.

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At first the 4-dimensional real basis spinors are set in accordance to usual 2-dimensional complex basis spinors. This is the first step. Then the 4-dimensional space of real basis spinors represents as the tensor product of two 2-demensional spaces. Further the sum of these two 2-dimensional spaces represents as the tensor product of two new 2-dimensional spaces. And this operation repeats infinitely. The metric tensor defines for each of derived in this process spaces (as for 2-dimensional, so for 4-dimensional). The shortage of data at this process compensates by the simplicity principle.