spacetime lattices

MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCE FROM LATTICES IN SPACETIME

By Henryk Szubinski

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H2O as a field of triangles in a type 1,2,3 interaction by locating problems that might be locating the same interactions of events as is in 10 Dimensional hyperspace throughout the UNIVERSAL type geometry constructed

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what kind of particle filter would you need to make the smallest of particles pass through all of the larger particles in every type of density

Well you would need some type of callibrations device : A GALAXY

basically the greatest altarability of all of the types of particles in heavy or lite formats which could by theory beavoidance in motion of the very same types of magnetic coil inversions that define the seperation of magnetic fields and their particle dynamoes but also the seperation of a spacetime resultant = to the basics of the whole universe being this type of molecular or atomic model by seperating theese very large magneto coil particle events from the rest of the universe so that everything that can possibly pass through such a field would be charged by the spinn of the magneto particles and their variant introductions of the particle with the same spinn that displaces in a circular orbit defined as being 4 points of the dynamo magnetic particles and the quadratic field generated so that the spinn particles will continually pass through the 3 D representation of such a cubic field but will do the same with the particles that continue spin into the same   types of cubical representations that are everywhere a cubic dimension

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the spin particles will pass through all of the cubic fields regardless of their size du to boosting of the magnetic lines of force and the 1/2 + or 1/2 – fields of the magnetic charges of the lines of force to boost the spin particle in and out of newer and more complex types of flow of all particles in any density by maintaining velocity through the conservations of the half charges on each parameter of magnetic lines of force

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as a type of Universal displacement filter or CUBIC representation

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what are the pollutional problems of the heavier CO2 pollutants and how do they relate to the types of atomic bondings such as in BENZEENE and its problems

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. Hexic is a puzzle game where the player tries to rotate hexagonal tiles to create certain patterns. The game was designed by Alexey Pajitnov, best known as the creator of Tetris. It was developed by Carbonated Games and is available online as part of MSN Games, as well as a downloadable deluxe edition. A variation of the game called Hexic HD comes preinstalled on all Xbox 360 hard drives, but anomalously, is not available for download from Xbox Live Marketplace on the Xbox 360.

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Discovery

In 350 BC, Greek philosopher Aristotle suggested that nature abhors a vacuum, a principle that became known as the horror vacui. Based on this idea that a vacuum could not exist, it was widely held for many centuries that space could not be empty.[2] As late as the seventeenth century, the French philosopher René Descartes argued that the entirety of space must be filled.[3] It became known to Galileo Galilei that air had weight and so was subject to gravity. He also demonstrated that there was an established force that resisted the formation of a vacuum. However, it would remain for his pupil Evangelista Torricelli to create an apparatus that would produce a vacuum. At the time this experiment created a scientific sensation in Europe. The French mathematician Blaise Pascal reasoned that if the column of mercury was suspended by air then the column ought to be shorter at higher altitude. His brother in law, Florin Périer, repeated the experiment on the Puy-de-Dôme mountain in central France and found that the column was shorter by three inches. This decrease in pressure was further demonstrated by carrying a half-full balloon up a mountain and watching it gradually inflate, then deflate upon descent. These and other experiments were used to overthrow the principle of horror vacui.[4]

Further work on the physics of the vacuum was performed by Otto von Guericke. He correctly noted that the atmosphere of the Earth surrounds the planet like a shell, with the density gradually declining with altitude. He concluded that there must be a vacuum between the Earth and the Moon.[5]

Early speculations as to the infinite dimension of space was performed in the sixteenth century by the Italian philosopher Giordano Bruno. He extended the Copernican heliocentric cosmology to the concept of an infinite universe that is filled with a substance he called aether, which did not cause resistance to the motions of heavenly bodies.[6] English philosopher William Gilbert arrived at a similar conclusion, arguing that the stars are visible to us only because they are surrounded by a thin aether or a void.[7] This concept of an aether originated with ancient Greek philosophers, including Aristotle, who conceived of it as the medium through which the heavenly bodies moved.[8]

The concept of a universe filled with a luminiferous aether remained in vogue among some scientists up until the twentieth century. This form of aether was viewed as the medium through which light could propagate. In 1887, the Michelson-Morley experiment was carried out as an attempt to detect the Earth’s motion through this medium by looking for changes in the speed of light based on the direction of the planet’s motion. However, the null result indicated something was wrong with the concept. Since then the idea of the luminiferous aether had essentially been abandoned, to be replaced by Albert Einstein‘s theory of special relativity. The latter held that the speed of light is a constant in a vacuum, regardless of the observer’s motion or frame of reference.[9][10]

The first professional astronomer to support the concept of an infinite universe was the Englishman Thomas Digges in 1576.[11] However, the true scale of the universe remained unknown until the first successful measurement of the distance to a nearby star was performed in 1838 by the German astronomerFriedrich Bessel. He showed that the star 61 Cygni had a parallax of just 0.31 arcseconds (compared to the modern value of 0.287″). This corresponded to a distance of over 10 light years.[12] The distance scale to the Andromeda galaxy was determined in 1923 by American astronomer Edwin Hubble when he measured the brightness of cepheid variables within that galaxy. This established that the Andromeda galaxy, and by extension all galaxies, lay well outside the Milky Way.[13]

The modern concept of outer space is based upon the Big Bang cosmology, which was first proposed in 1931 by the Belgian physicist Georges Lemaître. This theory holds that the observable universe originated from a very compact form that has since undergone continuous expansion. Matter that remained following the initial expansion has since undergone gravitational collapse to create starsgalaxies and other astronomical objects, leaving behind a deep vacuum that forms what is now called outer space.[14]

The term outer space was first recorded by the English poet Lady Emmeline Stuart-Wortley in her poem “The Maiden of Moscow” in 1842,[15] and later popularized in the writings of HG Wells in 1901.[16] The shorter term space is actually older, first used to mean the region beyond Earth’s sky in John Milton‘s Paradise Lost in 1667.[17]


as a basic descriptive problem explanation

while theory defines  the LINK as advantageous the meaning and why it is a type of relation like EInsteins SPOOKY ACTION AT A DISTANCE

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basic relations of a situative environement where the basic learning and experience of emotions locates the formats to use and how to use them by descriptives and their similarity to the definitions of STORE or context that has a small level of problematics as concerns the same ability to access the basis of all of the formats of interactions by the basis of the BASIC types of integrations by a higher level as well as a lower level of difficulty based on the general understanding of the whole environemental fromats and its parameters as integrated into one type of recognition.

Intelligent synchronicity

or the emotional experience of synchronicity

as well as emotional experiences of symbiosis

in what are general descriptives

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a lot of humans who have been in space with the knowledge to describe Earth and the space orbits as well as the Universe define this as the LINK

as a type 1,2,3 sustainability of careing for the planet Earth as a basic computer interaction using TRIANGLES and their LINKAGE

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uncertainty is:stopp barriers

 

 

 

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