# ecological problems of the forseeable future :1D to 3D coincidence

COINCIDENCE VENUS MERCURY

on the ecological problems of Earth

By Henryk Szubinski
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what happened approximately 700 000 years ago and what is the relation to Earth wasteing its resources

Ancient flints discovered in cliffs at Pakefield in eastern England show humans lived in northern Europe some 700,000 years ago, according to researchers.

says a Journalist for National Georgraphic

A typical Acheulean handaxe; this example is from the Douro valley, Zamora, Spain. The small chips on the edge are from reworking.

A typical Oldowan simple chopping-tool. This example is from the Douro Valley, Valladolid, Spain.

due to solar contractions the cloud that once formed the solar system and its planets will begin to contract

as is known by some scientists who made the projectional 3 D work on the closest incidence of 2 planets eclipsing the sun
as being roughly the year
687 000

this basic coincidence is the planets mercury and Venus passing infront of the sun simultaneously
and is the basic first approach of Mercury into the suns gravity where it will basically burn up

The resultance is that Venus will follow suit and also be burned up
in what defines the basis of this is the distance from the sun of mercury = x
and the distance seperating mercury from Venus as = y

the basic z axial value will basically = t

so that

x/y= z t

This is the basic computation that identifies the solar problem of the sun being the 3rd order star with its planet Earth as the system that has a proximal planet with life on it as being the first order planet
in about 700 000 years so that any life present then will be the closest life to a star as we ourselves know it
Not the 3rd planet in the solar system but the first.
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.the basic problems of solar flares and higher radiation will then be solved as being the x/y = z time for a solar flare to reach the first order distance to Earth

Should there be such a event in the proximal future ; the event will = mass of Mercury / mass of Venus (x/y) = z time
as the basic distance of the Earth to the sun

This is defined as singular
and is the direct interaction of the Earth with the sun.
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.basically the loss of gravity of 2 planets will be absorbed into the suns gravity which increases so that the mass of the sun + the 2 planets = g3
and is / gravity of Earth

this is currently known as CO and CO2 emissions
so that CO+CO2 =g/Earth 9.8 escape velocity.
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shown here is the MOONS coincidence

So that any flare that reaches Earth will be this value as related to the Earths orbital alterations in the same time value used
and defines this value t / the Earths accelleration as = to the heat values of the Earths atmosphere

If anything can be said of this event is that the Earth has currently burned up about as much matter as theese 2 planets combined into a volume value = z Volume
and is altering the orbitals into the certain event of mercury and Venus going into the sun

So that basically right now the volume of Mercury and Venus has been absorbed by Earths gravity and has increased the amount as being = friction of the heat of Mercury T C degrees / T C degrees Venus.
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.this then is the amount of waste and resource that Earth has burned up and used .
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It is basically divisive into cold type waste = Venus
as related to the temperature of Mercury = the hot waste of Earth
the basic = F
Tem Venus / Temp Mercury= the trace value wasstage on earth that is being divisive F / friction of Earths atmosphere currently as the Temp of Earths atmosphere.
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A coincidence is the occurring of an event in conjunction with any some conditions, e.g. another event. As such, a coincidence occurs when something uncanny, accidental and unexpected happens under conditions named, but not under a defined relationship. When there are no conditions named, the event is just that single entity. The word is derived from the Latin cum- (“with”, “together”) and incidere (a composed verb from “in” and “cadere”: “to fall on”, “to happen”). In science, the term is generally used in a more literal translation, e.g., referring to when two rays of light strike a surface at the same point at the same time. In this usage of coincidence, there is no implication that the alignment of events is surprising, noteworthy or non-causal.
A coincidence does not prove a causal or any other modal relationship nor require any such. In the field of mathematics, the index of coincidence can be used to analyze whether two events are related. Such index does not define any relationship, but just describes some possibility of such. Physically related events may be expected to have a higher probability to occur, probability is the basic metrics, or method, to rationally evaluate physical coincidences.