# Brane mass decrease

BRANE MASS LOSS

By Henryk Szubinski

similar charges of photons in a remooval of boson mass values = TO THE BOOST BY MASS REMOOVALS OF THE PHOTON SLINGSHOOT IN A FORCE CONSERVATIONS.

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all of life as existant everywhere by the dimension between all other dimensions in its smallest size = a dimensional space which interconnects everything to each other by the basics of the curvature variance

and the curvature of trajectories of atoms as they define the 3 Dimensional shape of a objects surface most closely related to the observer by the law that this point will be displaced or morph warped into the same side of the form but on the opposite hemisphere…

.because of the invariance of the curvature caused a 2 nd observer could theoretically observe the photon as it warps on the alternate side meaning that the form outline would be minimalised in the basic view of its outline or Would it not.

Imagine that the surface of the outline in some volume form cases is  taking off its mass value but on a angle of observation of its side, there is no observable loss of matter: this basically defines the Brane and its dimensional form as being unchanged in outline but altered in its mass to a approximate value

2m = volume / 2 Brane

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## Types of curvature invariants

The invariants most often considered are polynomial invariants. These are polynomials constructed from contractions such as traces. Second degree examples are called quadratic invariants, and so forth. Invariants constructed using covariant derivatives up to order n are called n-th order differential invariants.

The Riemann tensor is a multilinear operator of fourth rank acting on tangent vectors. However, it can also be considered a linear operator acting on bivectors, and as such it has a characteristic polynomial, whose coefficients and roots (eigenvalues) are polynomial scalar invariants.

## Physical applications

In metric theories of gravitation such as general relativity, curvature scalars play an important role in telling distinct spacetimes apart.

Two of the most basic curvature invariants in general relativity are the Kretschmann scalar

$R_{abcd} \, R^{abcd}$

and the Chern–Pontryagin scalar,

$R_{abcd} \, {{}^\star \!R}^{abcd}$

These are analogous to two familiar quadratic invariants of the electromagnetic field tensor in classical electromagnetism.

An important unsolved problem in general relativity is to give a basis (and any syzygies) for the zero-th order invariants of the Riemann tensor.

They have limitations because many distinct spacetimes cannot be distinguished on this basis. In particular, so called VSI spacetimes (including pp-waves as well as some other Petrov type N and III spacetimes) cannot be distinguished from Minkowski spacetime using any number of curvature invariants (of any order).

COMBINING THE DIMENSIONALITY OF EACH SECTION CONCERNED WITH THE DETAILS OF A ATOM AND ITS FASES THE WHOLE DIMENSIONALITY COULD BE PRESENTED ON A TYPE OF MULTI IMAGE REFERENCE TO DEFINE THE PARAMETERS ON THE UNIVERSAL SIZE AS WELL AS ON THE HUMAN INTERACTIONS SCALE WHILE BASICALLY BOOSTING THROUGH THE FORMATS DEFINED AS THE WARPABILITY OF ALL THE IMAGES OF ITS WARP FASES INTO A DIEMNSIONAL EQUIVALENCE THEORY WHERE ALL THE DATA IS SIMILARLY DEFINED BY ZOOMING IN AND OUT

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