TYPES OF RESPONSES OF A LAYERS VOLUME IN RELATIONS TO SPHERICAL FORCE FIELDS
By Henryk Szubinski
as the basis of the angle of seperations that combines the expansions on the horizon related referece positionality by the amount of positional barriers in the vector situations as the basics of
curvature being present in all relations to leaving the gravity effects of a planet by the non avoidance of any non turning moment which will when continued from a horizon basis always result in the curvature that will subsequently result in a section of a sphere being inflated by the dynamics of the inclusives of
rotation of any body in the universe
the inclusions of any vector expansions on the surface of such a rotating body
because all bodies rotate or are effected by rotation: the same will go for the expansions of vector angles to the horizon of such bodies..
As the general law for the types of force in volumetrical expansions from
to the externals known of as orbit spacetime
the basic definitions of a force in expansion and increase of Newton force will at some point be = to the volume gained / volume of the sphere
So that the rotational influence can again be altered from a external position in spacetime depending on the gravity values of the vector outwards..
2S squ/4 f squ=R
S sq/2f Sq =R