# CREASAGE a theory of the universe

the theory of creasage in space

By Henryk Szubinski

how can a high value r.p.m be resultance of a gravity lift

law for spaceships and flying cars

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Boy playing clay yo-yo, Attic kylix, ca. 440 BC, Antikensammlung Berlin (F 2549)

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basically

g1 / g2 = angle seperation (incline angle 1 / incline angle 2)

the theory can be shown to a have resultances on both sides of the equation

x 1/2 = y 1/2

where x = force of gravity in a 180 degree turn about

and y = force of a incline boost that has taken the 45 degree spread on a responsive 90 degree alteration

xF180g=y angle 90

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creasage as the yoyo effect on the vector seperations of the string that holds the line at a angle of boosted seperations away from the incline values of their vector instances as well as the loops made with the gravity beeing attracted and in fallen states so that the whole vector =altered vector gravity in the high value rotations:

The 1970s and 1980s saw a number of innovations in yo-yo technology, primarily dealing with the connection between the string and the axle. In 1978, dentist and yo-yo celebrity Tom Kuhn patented the “No Jive 3-in-1” yo-yo, creating the world’s first “take-apart” yo-yo, which enabled yo-yo players to change the axle.

In 1980, Michael Caffrey patented what would later become the Yomega Brain, a yo-yo with a centrifugal clutch transaxle. Designed with a free-spinning plastic sleeve linkage, “The Brain” could spin much longer than previous fixed-axle designs.[11] In addition, the axle was “clutched” with spring-loaded weights which would pull away from the axle at higher speeds and grab again at lower speeds. The result is an automatic return of the yo-yo when speed drops below a given threshold.

Swedish bearing company SKF briefly manufactured novelty yo-yos with ball bearings in 1984.

In all transaxle yo-yos, ball bearings significantly reduce friction when the yo-yo is spinning, enabling longer and more complex tricks. Subsequent yo-yoers used this ability to their advantage, creating new tricks that had not been possible with fixed-axle designs.

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the law of pulsar rotations or any basic high velocity rotation can be computed as well as the CREASE values and the resons for high r.p.m seperations of a stable level of incline oppositions with gravity oppositions the values for g = 180 and the 90 = y values for inclines

The basic difference is the amount of force on a hypotenuse basis of a x  value addition to the derived values

.this will always be true for any 90 to 45 degree values

By using the basis of a diagonal by compounding 2 such triangulations the value Area sum will define the force that is always the same dissregardless of the gravity mooving through it as a solid or as the incline level being a altered diagonal or hypotenuse as a value of mass solidity ,the displacement of the force in suchvalues will also represent the motion through a solid incline field.

as the usage of 180= 2 quadrances

the value 360 = 4 quadrances so that 90 degrees = 1 quadrance

the theory can now be defined as

4( angle 1+ angle 2)g=F 1+x4

(angle 2x +angle) = F

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