# symmetry of radius event universe

By Henryk Szubinski

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the discrepabncy of a section in the universe history as similar radiuses to their compatable rotational orbitals as based on the triangulations of a intersected value Circumference equality of the vector c displacements and the basis of gravity as in fase value difference of a true circumference and the conserved circumferencial alterations as a triangulative super stability of the galactic time peeriod in universal history; basic question is :

Will the universe respond to its end fase by a conserved value unit defined as the radius triangulations of its projected non difference or will it go into a tan spiral event..

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by continuiing the vector c) as the circumference made from point x/y there is a actual symmetry of the point connected to the circumference as generated by the radius vector =a)

On the basis of the time limit values of such LINKABILITY the end of the universe is a LINK event of probable and improbable radius similarity as well as the conclusions of a 45 degree limit of the radius reality being in a decisive position and symmetry:

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If this can account for a missing time in the universes largest rotational systems, as well as the rotational supersystems where the gap is a sustainement by otation in missing time, both the dark matter and black holes can be defined:

If you have a question regarding the a+b = diameter of a super inclusive vector that can only be measured on the basis of its circumference and why this is a greater certainty than the usage of radius = a

Dia = a+b

the usage of the radius b ( cir) lim 45 degrees will define the combined problem of a visual inclusions field of the event being symmetrical in proof of the absolute LINK in whats known as the link by the complex:

The linked Diameter could be a type of matter force as well as the lower force inclusives of the radius b or its definite uncertainty of the b value error: the exponentials of doing this measureement till the end of the universe would proove that the exponential alone could define the Gap as being Symmetrically closed by maintaining the uncertainty of what amount of warping a vector would go through on a page with a vector in NOW time and a vector in a billion years on a comparative page as being warped into a smaller vector Meaning that the Gap would need a theory to define the LINK:

page 1 + t / page 2 (warp) = LINK as a force

.the basis of a page is substituted for a surface and the vector value is defined as = S

the surface itself could also be a computerised L.C.D

.in relations to adrag coefficiency of the vector being warped by a value which could be retraced ,the usage of h and a angle will be defined as the triangulatory basis for the gap event at any + t

t/S 2 (L.C.D) h = LINK angle ( Drag Coefficiency)

because this implies the triangulations as a multiple, the theory can be rerun again with the same values on the left side of the equation or the right side

2 [t /S2 L.C.D ]= link angle

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t / S2 L.C.D = LINK 2

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.the basis of the missing radial can now be defined as the flexations of the concavity of the impulse zone as it rotates about the universal core, while being in a time value of continuous time increase; the values of each relative zone of the galaxies as where they are = to the basis of the continual alterations into new rotational parameters where each segment of time = a basic link to new and increased time zones , known of as the STRING GAP in time segements where Cold and Hot matter is being related to =RERELATIVITY where gravity wells fit into each other and zones of force as well as COBE data interacts to define the present moment in the radius motion of 1 impulse zone into new ones:

Meaning that at some point our solar system and milky way, If it is not already in its time value RELATIVITY of motion of time: It will get its chance by a RELATIVE ZONE seperated by a specific amount of time and aspecific amount of warping of the cold and hot matter.

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As well as a generational basis for the usage of such force as is active in the universe by using the data on rotational gaps as the applications to spaceship travel, anti gravity, force fields, hyperspace in 10 Dimensional divisive sections of the problem and basic higher than light speed displacements by the boostage usage of the general gap theory that defines the accellerations in and out of such parameters as well as superconductability at room temperature where the basis internal wiering and its xterior insulators are gap value baseed on the types of 1,2,3 relations as well as the basics of molecular H2O usage for the basis of a freeze point in the theory to give a clarified theory of observational point relativity in question to greater applications and usage.

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examples of globular clusters outside of the known formats for a cicumference force outside the galactic inclusion of the types of symmetry in a gap :

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globular cluster is a spherical collection of stars that orbits a galactic core as a satellite. Globular clusters are very tightly bound by gravity, which gives them their spherical shapes and relatively high stellar densities toward their centers. The name of this category of star cluster is derived from the Latin globulus—a small sphere. A globular cluster is sometimes known more simply as a globular.

Globular clusters, which are found in the halo of a galaxy, contain considerably more stars and are much older than the less dense galactic, or open clusters, which are found in the disk. Globular clusters are fairly common; there are about 150[2] to 158[3] currently known globular clusters in the Milky Way, with perhaps 10 to 20 more still undiscovered.[4] Large galaxies can have more: Andromeda, for instance, may have as many as 500.[5] Some giant elliptical galaxies, particularly those at the centers of galaxy clusters, such as M87,[6] have as many as 13,000 globular clusters. These globular clusters orbit the galaxy out to large radii, 40 kiloparsecs (approximately 131,000 light-years) or more.[7]

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as well as galactic relations to a Turning moment or degree of tilt of a glaxy such as effected by the gap values and their force on the degree of stable relations to the gap in the universe:

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