OPEN SPACETIME

and the flow of singularities

By Henryk Szubinski

Basis of the superconductability of the dark matter volumes that will collect 1/2 of all the probabilities that displacement of a String through 2 gravity wells is a greater probability that 1 would not so the relations of 1 singularity is used on the basis of the point probabilities = dark matter where such chance rates are not actual in the conservations of force of the strings as well as their displacements through a singularity point being 1/2 > 4 involvant vector directions for strings to take

So that 1/4 >8

1/8>16

or the basics of

1/x>2x

on each of the formats related to the end value being the same as the prime vcalue of the universes start value MISS and HIT rate of strings displaceing through their component activators.

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as the chance rate of a string passing through a gravity well and a singularity simultaneously or the chance rate of passing throgh bith the upp and down directions of open gravity wells as the chance of 1 String displaceing through one of them >than the two

0.5 =F squ/ g squ

the combined views from the base upwards and the top from above

as the basis of their ocerlays onto a 1 spacetime

which will appear as the actual horizon of string sustained flow that will simulate a stars position in a basic amount of lift by the faseings of 2 strings on a basic Buoyancy of spacetime:

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.because the views are restricted and will probably never be observed with the naked eye; the top and base vectors of a photon dark matter state which will centre the photon string displaceing through a top to base fase probability of the string displaced through or into such a level as is with the whole system turned on its side,

If you cannot measure a specific value it is because the chance of detectiion must be defines by a experrimental value to look for

When this value is found and the specifics of its parameters are know where to look becomes not so difficult

However when there is a lower or higher chance that what is to be observed by experiment gives lower or higher values of the event to be searched for:

the usage of triangulation might be difficult This depends on some basic values:

1) the triangulations in parameters to define what is observed through a telescope

2) the triangulations of the experimental values

3) the basis of trigonometry of levels 1 and 2 as the basics of vector values within the triangulations that are >< than the angle value of any of 1 and 2

So that the vector sum of the internal triangulations will be the sum of the angle or as lower than the angle meaning that this defines the following:

Tan angle = vector 1 + vector 2 + vector 3

or as

Tan angle >vector sum

Tan angle < vector sum

this basic difference defines the law of locating a unknown event in space and the experimental laws that cannot define it as being in the range between the greater and lower than values or their basic common mean value.

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.dark matter and black holes can subsequently be defined and calculated.

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