extra dimensional hyperspace : what is 10 D hyperspace

 

the basis of extra dimensional linakges

HYPERSPACE

for GAP SHIPS

By Henryk Szubinski

 

 

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many r values but 1 of them is a radius in a opposed vector =defect anialation

 

 

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photons enter the plane BRANE but are not linked or are vector radius+ radius anialated by the

r1+r2 = V formats

 

 

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what is a multiple flow situation and how does a string interrelate with a brane GAP

basically the 2 sectioned strings with their own core section STRINGS will rotate into and out of 2 orbitals that are interactively rotating a string section in and out of a brane warp effect

 

 

WHERE THE GAP DRIVE IS USED AS A EXAMPLE OF SPACESHIP PROPULSIONS:

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The Gap Cycle (published 1991 – 1996 by Bantam Books and reprinted by Gollancz in 2008 [1]) is a science fiction story, told in a series of 5 books, written by Stephen R. Donaldson. It is an epic set in a future where humans have pushed far out into space in the name of commerce and follows two concurrent story arcs. The first concerns an ensign in the United Mining Companies Police (UMCP), Morn Hyland, who is attempting simply to stay alive after being captured by a marauder named Angus Thermopyle. The second follows the Byzantine political maneuvering of the head of the UMCP, Warden Dios, as he attempts to thwart the machinations of his boss, the CEO of United Mining Companies (UMC) itself, Holt Fasner.

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Scientific credibility

Books of The Gap Cycle reference terms commonly used in cosmology, physics and advanced computer technology; however, the terms used in the books are somewhat inconsistent with their currently associated concepts and scientific observation.

Examples:

 

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