type 1,2,3 ; PAD; subject matter: dark matter /SOLAR RAKET

type 1,2,3 PAD: subject matter: how to aquire ORIGINAL CONCEPT relations:

By Henryk Szubinski

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.the case for the existance of a power = positional plane angle as the relativity between galaxies and their velocity power equatability with the invisible dark matter of the types of tool in usage by many means such as

1) rakket

2) responders

3) sweet spots and basics of reflective surfaces

.this will define the exact position of all galaxies as with the tools to engege in the dark matter interactions fase so that what is now needed is a particle that will do all of the above

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. try determine usage resultant

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first som variance on the data:

IF THERE IS A TRACE ON THE POWER OF A GALAXY AND ITS VECTOR DIRECTION AS A TYPE OF RAKKET ,THE EXISTANCE OF A GAME OF RAKKET CAN BE COMPUTED IN now TIME AND THE MISSING SPACETIME OF THE SPACETIME BETWEEN GALAXIES CAN BE DEFINED ON A now BASIS AS THE MISSING MATTER OF DARK MATTER

How this is done is basic to the amount of power a galaxy has and the vector directions of its plane vector directions as the interactions of a type invisible rakket ball in motion between all galaxies as the power to velocity values that define the invisabbility of theese balls as they are reffered to by observations and their forwards vector directions in about 1 % of the universe as the values of velocity / displacement

= a basic time theory that will incoorporate the ball into the universal interactions between galaxies as well as the values of their data on vector angles and the values of the action &/or reactions by the type of power of a galaxy…

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.What you need to make the computation is

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the closest veector value to the nearest galaxy = to the angle differrence as the vector directions in which the tool will be used prior to the particle model

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the largest vector distance that seperates 2 galaxies as the power value

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this composite of a/b= the amount of velocity that the particle is doing.

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.the basics of the full usage of vectors = S in which the values of their spread  displace through it giving the resultance of a growing amonut of axial particles …. Home of Wiki & Reference Answers, the world’s leading Q&A site … 

Cosmological redshifts are measured to determine the scale of the universe. …… I shall usethis opportunity to try to sensitize others to my reasons for 


17 Jun 2010  If you would like to try using H.264 set the parameter vcodec to h264 in  vlc will use just the height value to determine the resultant

15 Jul 2010  When we try to find the final answer we can just add all the dotted vectors because they  Now that we have the components of the resultant, we can use Pythagoras’ theorem to determine the length of the resultant Retrieved from “http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/FHSST_Physics/Vectors/Components” 

To measure time they use the pendulum and they suppose by definition that all the beats of this …. for we do not completely succeed, but how we try to escape.  but the resultant of causes infinitely numerous; it is, one often says, …. Retrieved from “http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/The_Measure_of_Time” 

15 Jul 2010  To determine the magnitude of this we use newton’s laws again. We know that the sum of all the forces must equal the resultant acceleration times the mass. Retrieved from “http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/FHSST_Physics/Newtonian_Gravitation/ Personal tools. Try Beta · Log in / create account 


11 Feb 2010  It is just so tempting to try to reduce the number of points I check.  Look at the wikipedia page for cross product for more info. …. circle to a unit circle and use cross-products and look at the resultant vectors. 

There are numerous ways by which a firm can try to create a competitive advantage – some will work ….. Several psychologists have conducted studies to determine the  complexity of strategic decisions and the resultant information uncertainty.  She claims that prior to the widespread use of computer systems, 

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basic summary: points along a radius from the sun will define the similar point values of gravity on the suns surface:as the surface area in a anglee of incline that produces artificial gravity where this point specific will resemble the Newtonian incline of a object along the incline by a force:

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.as the usage of a rakket in a rakket sport goes through the same fases in relations to its surface, the anticipations of the ball and the altered angles to respond on a winning style

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.all are part of the suns surface ,the suns gravities, and the suns incline force of such areas and the motion of solar plasma along such inclines as a conservation of force

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List of racquet sports

Rackets (British English) or Racquets (American English) is an indoor racquet sport played in the United KingdomUnited States, and Canada. The sport is infrequently called “hard rackets,” possibly to distinguish it from the related sport of squash (formerly called “squash rackets”).

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The contact angle is the angle at which a liquid/vapor interface meets a solid surface. The contact angle is specific for any given system and is determined by the interactions across the three interfaces. Most often the concept is illustrated with a small liquid droplet resting on a flat horizontal solid surface. The shape of the droplet is determined by the Young’s relation. The contact angle plays the role of a boundary condition. Contact angle is measured using a contact angle goniometer. The contact angle is not limited to a liquid/vapour interface; it is equally applicable to the interface of two liquids or two vapours.



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Image from a video contact angle device. Water drop on glass.

basics of flexations of a rakket surface:

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Consider a liquid drop on a solid surface. If the liquid is very strongly attracted to the solid surface (for example water on a strongly hydrophilic solid) the droplet will completely spread out on the solid surface and the contact angle will be close to 0°. Less strongly hydrophilic solids will have a contact angle up to 90°. On many highly hydrophilic surfaces, water droplets will exhibit contact angles of 0° to 30°. If the solid surface is hydrophobic, the contact angle will be larger than 90°. On highly hydrophobic surfaces the surfaces have water contact angles as high as ~120° on low energy materials e.g. fluorinated surfaces. However some materials with highly rough surface may have water contact angle greater than 150°. These are called superhydrophobic surfaces. Sometimes the contact angle is measured through the gas instead of through the liquid, which reverses 0 and 180 in the above explanation.[1][2]

[edit]Thermodynamics

 

A contact angle of a liquid sample

The theoretical description of contact arises from the consideration of a thermodynamic equilibrium between the threephases: the liquid phase of the droplet (L), the solid phase of the substrate (S), and the gas/vapor phase of the ambient (V) (which will be a mixture of ambient atmosphere and an equilibrium concentration of the liquid vapor). The V phase could also be another (immiscible) liquid phase. At equilibrium, the chemical potential in the three phases should be equal. It is convenient to frame the discussion in terms of the interfacial energies. We denote the solid-vapor interfacial energy (seesurface energy) as γSV, the solid-liquid interfacial energy as γSL and the liquid-vapor energy (i.e. the surface tension) as simply γ, we can write an equation that must be satisfied in equilibrium (known as the Young Equation):


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