settings
on the bay holds of rebellion fleets
article by Henryk Szubinski
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ON THE TYPES OF OPENINGS INTO A GALCTIC ANDROMEDA ZONE BY THE USAGE OF THE BAY EXAMPLE AS THE SAME AS REFERENCED TO THE FORCE OF ENTERANCE INTO THE ANDROMEDA THROUGH A FORCE FIELD IN BASIC CIRCUMFERENCIAL SURROUND BASIS ON THE GENERAL PARAMETER AS IN A FORCE FIELD RELATION WITH THE GLOBULAR CLUSTERS
AND THE BAY DOORS OF A SPACESHIP SEEN FROM INSIDE OR OUTSIDE
the setting is more crucial :than lights &/or camera IT is the decisive choice on what to spend midi CLORIANS
on the general proceedure by which the full volume of the basics in acess to ANDROMEDA
by the basics of their multiple state references of the basic levels of their system requirements = inputs into the zoned volumes so that the basics of the full volumes and their responsive perspectives are defined as a full volume without any open parameters = the basis of the full observations of ongoing events as well as the positionality of the open volumes for a observation outwards from the basis of the vechicularity of type 1,2,3 moovement.
Generally all the data and the lessons of the great volumes of Globular clusters present in the responsive buffers on the x open parameters + openings into parameters by the responsive + user or MIDI CLORIANS that do the observations work
= 3 S basis as such to define the controller unit of a midi = to the data on what the immediate problems are when in the definitionings sequences = of data that is basically x L.Y ahead of S3
so that the values in their multiples have some general responsive parameters as well as the types of remaining parameters = to a general formats where 3 S = attractor for the basics of the force that will be defined on a universal basis of the types of pressure and its zoneings.
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the whole section of uncertainty being 7 S/ alterations by 2x multiples
error = +/ the 7 x 7 basis of expansions
so that the whole exponential is basically the point exp= the gravity responses that pull its lim x = vertical x values of a + x reversal = y
where y = a gravity point
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