universal retractive responses

By Henryk Szubinski

a DIPP can be utilised as the oppositions of the parameter vectorisations in a square seen from the side as a exponential value as well as the FILLIN of the dipp parameter in which a H2O or fuid type plasma can Gradualise the EXPANSIONSvolume equalisations as well as the basics of the MEan curvature of superfulous interactions on the spread of a fluid plasma type superconductability

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.on angles to the horizon, the variance of fluid plasma levels will basically cool down into a square format where there is a basic bulge on the plasma fluids and cooling So that the whole format of a plasma type level from the H2O fluid state would perforate the plasma solidifications by their exit from a super HOT state = the expansions of the general relations of the plasma universe

So that all of the universe is a type BARRIER to H2O (f); there is no basic danger in the Earth existing in the super hot states of plasma: the basic responses to H2O (f) is that all plasma will behave like a spacetime continuiim in which the warping and concavity or convexity will define the limits of approach to the H2O states of Earth.

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this type of dipp construct can utilise the multiple references of the points along a displacement as the waveform generator of a string waveform by basic relations to a sequence of unlimited point values by the difference between stabilisations of a force sequence in the section 5 to 6 as = S x

On the basis of this function , the responsives of a level in which the dipp goes through some basic up and down leveling; the data on a LIFT and GRAVITISE = anti gravity and force fields

The basis of the whole spectral formats of the DIPP being in the general zone of the data as a format for lower levels of their data distributions on the mean value and the basics of the general problems of the whole sequence being =

the data as responsive total GRADULISATIONS of the definitions by which the STRING can be vertical.

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