force of new elements

the force of NEW elements

By Henryk Szubinski
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imagine for a moement all the elements that are out there in the universe
elements that are not as yet even hinted on by the problems of dark matter and forces that are responsible for all the types of behaviour of elements based on their functions
all of the science fiction worlds are a value of such elements that have as yet not been dioscovered
BUT THEY HAVE TO BE OUT THERE.
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.here is a work to try to retreive theese specific functional NEW ELEMENTS by their value pressurisations

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this is not a elemental compound type of bonding theory or a atomic fusion it is the new elemental types that are generated by pressure much like Carbon gets pressurised into fuel or how plasma is a pressurisation of H2O type 3 (p)
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IF A ALEMET WITH DENSITY X IS PRESSURISED TO DENSITY x squ
=x / 2
the seperations of the basic difference of a root 2 x = the bond strength
So that the bond from x 1—S to—- x2
= a specific density
this will define the x 1/2 =the crumb of the compressed element in which a conservation of density will be S /2
as a new element
based on 1/2 x ( S / 2) F
where the Force is the exact measure of the recombination not into the same element but into its same BONDING force value
= the differencial bonding strength Ds
of a 2 x
meaning that the
F dF / crumb volume D Vol——>= g
2x dx /Crumb new Bonding <—–

this is similar to the gravity that the bond represents
so that

the differencial is now
F crumb /2x = Volume g

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the densifications can be made over and over again while the amount of new element = BOnding as a artificial element basis has its own limit of bonds derived from the pressurised format so that this can generate new elements by making new pressurised waffers where a new bond density can be derived.
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If each element in the periodic table can be compressed into a denser element value then the pressure value will define a elemental alteration which defines a new element by the law of pressurisations which is as follows

the amount of pressure relates to the amount of volume remooved from the pressurised element in such amounts as would define new elements

This law is basic to the pressure applied = the type of length of a elemental BOND

This new bond based on pressure as weight / area = gravity will be a new element as based on the relation of BOND length as the specific NEW element in relations to the exact amount of the pressurised element and its many NEW elements as defined by

a) the BOND length = pressure amount

b) the pressure amount as a value of the crumbs being special BOND values which in relation to the whole have a x value amount of CRUMB Bonds

c) when this value is a BOND LENGTH / Volume + The force that DIVIDES the Volume /by the amount of CRUMBS as the volume in relations to the total volume
as
1 Vol total NEW by pressure /Volume of Crumbs as BOND value
= a NEW element in a track of new elements that has some basis x = amount as similar to each CRUMB as being a new relation to each other by the amount of BOND CRUMBING that there is between each new volume as a bond related force.
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basically reversal of plasma isonisations by reversal of expansion will be defined as solidifications of the bonds between the ions as new elemental examples of the smaller PERIODIC TABLE TYPES:
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.Cascade process of ionization. Electrons are ‘e−’, neutral atoms ‘o’, and cations ‘+’.

the basic component in its reduced value will then represent the base value of the element that was compressed so that the total is made of theese base representative BIT CRUMBS; the amount as = a new bond will define the vector back or outof the crumb density of the total densification meaning that the bond of the element itself is represented by a bond value when the element is sperated or internally linked as its force value in a type cycle where the bonds are artificial constructs of unknown elements.
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.basic conservation of densification can be seen with the electrons and their cations.
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