# Mars : simplifying rational expression on Mars

SIMPLIFICATIONS OF RATIONAL EXPRESSION

By Henryk Szubinski

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simplifying rational expressions

motion accumulated S vectors in a state of motion in a influenced parameter=3

basics of simplifications

basics of the accumulated static on Mars for example with the values being = R x

as the rational types of responses

will have a basic accumulative neutralisation as the vector 3S + R x = a value in alterations of opposition as its expression value

all of the values will be left to their natural systems and theese systems influence by a respondive type of environement at its highest rate of response to a artificial system in motion as the basic landscape of the G value = the expression of a surface area or a volumetrical landscape of interactions based on the inputs of vechicles into the Mars environement so that the interior of this responsive natural value is the most basic, the opposite responsives are based on the increased levels of gravity in similar if not basic levels of the redefinitionings of the basics of the sequence being compressed with all of the previous values = to the basics of the rapid surface detail that is alternating with the rotation of Mars for example..

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(S+x) + ( R+x)/ G (1+x)

basic usage of the calculous of a compressed section :

(G+S+x+R+x)+ (S+R+x) / 1+ (S+x)

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The apparent color of the Martian surface enabled humans to distinguish it from other planets early in human history and motivated them to weave fables of war in association with Mars. One of its earliest names, Har decher, literally meant “Red One” in Egyptian.[1] Its color may have also contributed to a malignant association in Indian astrology, as it was given the names Angaraka and Lohitanga, both reflecting the distinctively red color of Mars as seen by the naked eye.[1] Modern robotic explorers have shown that not only the surfaces, but also the skies above may appear red under sunlit conditions on Mars.

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motion without mass of a equivalence of a astronaut on Mars

problems of the infinite series of the gravity on the surface of Mars and the fallen object in relations to a higher gravity or lower gravity what will be the dissequivalence of the alterations of the equivalence vector

meaning that a down < on surface = the gravity equivalence of the astronaut >experience of gravity on the surface>gravity of fallen states as in motion

.or as the states of equivalence in total exchanges of the vectors of gravity of fallen and surface gravity so that the resultance is a very small value: would imply that a body mass index would sustain the explorer on Mars by a minimal levitation without contact to the surface..

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.because there are organisms on Mars this body mass index for them might look like the ochean in our world but on a totally different plane;

Lets imagine that there is a solute substance on Mars and that its motion is responsible for the NOW ALTERATIONS of its basic environemental stability…..the ground surface under the ochean changes with its currents just like on Earth…while the top surface reflects much of the detail below it..

You might respond by saying that this depends on the body mass index of a cell found on MArs and that this would be its Bouyancy of a totally unknown level of the surface by the volume of this fluid environement on Mars…It could be heat in fluid form or it might be cold in a fluid form which is difficult to define on a extract meaning that its solute process has a elemental list of many elements and their basics of the dimensionality by which the carbon and its life form influences produce many of the organic carbons and their interactions on a basic level of the basics on motion by linear Valencies..

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## The occurrence of npOx in dust

There are several processes that can yield npOx as an oxidation product without the involvement of free O2. One or more of those processes may have dominated on Mars, since atmospheric modeling over geologic time scales indicates that free O2 (generated mostly via the photodissociation of H2O)[11] may have always been a trace component with a partial pressure not exceeding 0.1 µPa.[12].

One O2-independent process involves a direct chemical reaction of Fe2+ (commonly present in typical igneous minerals) or metallic Fe with H2O to produce Fe3+(aq), which typically leads to hydroxides such as goethite (FeO•OH)[11] under experimental conditions.[13] While this reaction with H2O is thermodynamically disfavored, it may be sustained nevertheless, by the rapid loss of the H2 byproduct.[12] The reaction can be further facilitated by dissolved CO2 and SO2, which lower the pH of brine films increasing the concentration of the more oxidative H+.[13]

Earth is a water planet

the surface is water or scillicate resulting in a carbon based atmosphere

but what is the atmosphere on Mars as relates to its scillicates and its fluids

The basic root value of the amount of carbon  x amount of H2O / the volume of the planet x volume of its multiple 2x

so that for Mars to have a symbiotic height level similar to Earths Its atmospherical variance of C and H2O = O2

might be altered by the

gravity equivalence of a contact context

H2O(3)———————–C(2)=—————————–O2

the basics of a Earth type reentry and relations of the order of elements so that humans do not land in the ochean and stay there while sinking to the bottom and deciding wether they are on the surface or in the fluid environement and mistake this for the atmosphere

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.the basics of a human explorer on Mars would need the equivalence of a 1+2 = 3 g

basis but where does one start..

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However, higher temperatures (c. 300 °C) are usually needed to decompose Fe3+ (oxy)hydroxides such as goethite into hematite. The formation of palagonitic tephra on the upper slopes of the Mauna Kea volcano may mirror such processes, as consistent with the intriguing spectral and magnetic similarities between palagonitic tephra and Martian dust.[14] In spite of the need for such kinetic conditions, prolonged arid and low pH conditions on Mars (such as diurnal brine films) may lead to the eventual transformation of goethite into hematite given the thermodynamic stability of the latter.[13]

Fe and Fe2+ may also be oxidized by the activity of hydrogen peroxide (H2O2). Even though the H2O2 abundance in the Martian atmosphere is very low,[12] it is temporally persistent and a much stronger oxidant than H2O. H2O2-driven oxidation to Fe3+ (usually as hydrated minerals), has been observed experimentally.[13] In addition, the pervasiveness of the α-Fe2O3 spectral signature, but not of hydrated Fe3+ minerals reinforces the possibility that npOx may form even without the thermodynamically disfavored intermediaries such as geothite.[5]

There is also evidence that hematite might form from magnetite in the course of erosion processes. Experiments at the Mars Simulation Laboratory of Aarhus University in Denmark show that when a mixture of magnetide powder, quartz sand, and quartz dust particles is tumbled in a flask, some of the magnetite converts to hematite, coloring the sample red. The proposed explanation for this effect is that when quartz is fructured by the grinding, certain chemical bonds get broken at the newly exposed surfaces; when these surfaces come in contact with magnetite, oxygen atoms may be transferred from quartz surface to magnetite, forming hematite.[15]