# flying car………….truncated symmetry

USING EDGES ON MAGNETIC FIELD COMPRESSION

vechicle

flying car

By Henryk Szubinski

common mean coefficient of a solid vector displacer in broken symmetry

the basics of the truncated triangle has some values as relates to the uper symmetry of its divisive similarities of hemispheres to the left = hemisphere to the right as a non limited value of any vector in a irregular or un symmetrical value relations.

shure the truncated = shortened edges of a triangle will intersect in mid values at a greater rate than a basic triangle so that the range of applications of the curvature that does the jump will still section at the 1/2 point value = S 0.5

While basic sections and their related to avlues of a trophic mean value can represent the shortened edges

as common angle LINK with values of the full coefficiency of the shortened edges as a type of range of vector inputs

action &/or reaction will substitute the laws of zero gravity and absolute zero temperature by the set equalisations of the upp force = down force as < equlisation of the set problms giving a definition of what happens at the edge interactions

= 6 fold increase of the lift of a super conductable vechicle at room temperature

as the basics of the multiple types of exchanges of the upp multiple and the down multiple, the alternate side doing the lifting as a illustration of a human doing the lifting is in a projective sense on a 2 down level of observational interaction or on the upp vector 2 F

Why : well because the action and reaction can only be accertainable by the certainty that you yourself is doing the lifting and that the alternate lifter has some other force set equality with his own energy or force, Just like Linking the types of human Intelligences on a planet far away in a exo solar system of a type 1,2,3: the basic drive would be uncertain had your LIFTER friend been from alpha centaurii with his own way to calculate events:

It has been suggested that Broken symmetry be merged into this article or section.  If the Higgs boson is not found, it will mean the Higgs mechanism and  symmetries which leaves the orientation of this vector invariant remain  but the solid itself spontaneously breaks this group down to a space group.

Maxwells equations

differential vector element of path length tangential to the path/curve .

multi ferroics

In these materials inversion symmetry is broken by magnetic ordering.

Home of Wiki & Reference Answers, the world’s leading Q&A site  It has been suggested that Broken symmetry be merged into this article or section. …. but the solid itself spontaneously breaks this group down to a space group.  gauge symmetry, but in FRW cosmological models, the mean 4-velocity field defined

2 4 6 Here E is the electric ﬁeld, and the unknown coeﬃcients a, b, c,  Other commonexamples of this type of transition are solid– liquid transitions.  here i, j mean the x, y, z components of the vectors. s is therefore a 3×3 …..vector, we assume that it can point only in a symmetry direction of the

POINT IN QUESTION

the basics of a faster curvature than the solid vectors that link and divide the 6 sided formats in a super symmetry but are = to the curvaure linking them in the same point sections:

A BASIC PROBLEM OF SUPERCONDUCTORS AND THEIR LIFT CONDUCTIVITY OF A SIMILAR CARBON SUPERCONDUCTOR VOLUME SOLID = THE VECTOR SYMMETRICAL AND THE BENT OUT OF SHAPE will best be illustrated with the edge on edge types

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EDGES 1

similar curvatues of truncated trinagulations of any link by vector variance

represents a tension force, measured in Newtons (vector….. no kinetic energy; usually, thismeans the object has only elastic potential  represents the coefficient of thermal expansion, measured in inverse Kelvins (scalar); A ….. Symmetry can be used to help make this task easier; two charges of the same

quid, and the solid phase. In a first approximation, it is relatively …. The type and strength of a dislocation is represented by a vector from which elasticity coefficients and dislocation mobility laws can be obtained. …. optimizations and symmetry reductions to the implementation which significantly

coefficient, B, yields a mean value of 0.0012 ± 0.0001 N·sec·m−1. …. The most fundamental unit of solidsolid contact is the single asperity, ….. where µ is the shear modulus, b is the magnitude of the Burgers vector, k is the ….. six-fold symmetry, we expect that these peaks could be experimentally resolved

The same can be said of the top fase and base fase of the interactions by curved surface areas so that the basic delivery system is based on this symmetry

BASICALLY THE EDGES ARE USED ON THE RANGE OF THE SUPECONDUCTIVE MAGNETIC LINES OF FORCE IN THEIR COMPRESSED STATE SO THAT THE EDGE VALUES ON THE LEFT AND RIGHT WILL SUSTAIN LIFT AT THE LEFT AND RIGHT BY SUPERCONDUCTORS WHICH WILL GIVE ANTI LIFT ACTION &/OR REACTION:

Can also be used as a gate or bridge to a wire multiple CLIPP as the increase and stability in lift of the Current or Votage holding open the basic Resistance which will decrease and maintain its OPEN FASE vector value by amultiple CLIPP portal along its vector length

EDGES 2

Keywords Crystallography · Packing · Regular solid · Hilbert problem. 1 Introduction …. such that p, q, r span the common face. A negative dimer is related to a positive  c) and the offset vector d are free to vary. This means that ….. and (16), the three-fold symmetry of the individual dimers is broken

24 Aug 2010  for angular-wavenumber magnitude k and direction vector n,  They are all different only for an anisotropic solid like a crystal.  Most common transparent materials are isotropic, …. Do you mean (Wikipedia)Rydberg atoms? …… So supersymmetry must bebroken, as electroweak symmetry is.

EDGES 3

subtractive vectors and their additional vector angle amounts as the basic …. The amount of variance is due to symmetry of proximal systems as in …. Completeness means that if a particle moves along the broken path (in blue) …. force that will eventually be H2O fluid solidplasma based even as such into

of the high symmetry points, Γ or X. In fact, it will be shown that it is …. The solid red bands in Fig. 2 form localized modes at the bandedges,  The lack of a mechanical bandgap meansthat the superposition of k-vectors necessary to …. coefficient, gOM. The mode amplitude, c, and complex vector field

The fact that we now grow crystals and shrink circuits means less traps ….. how LEDs work for instance, and why a solid body gets red when heated. …. In the latter case it has a vectorpointing away from its motion at a ….. with a damping coefficient can be applied generally to the mechanics of wave motion.

EDGES 4