Archive for October, 2010

Transitional Linear Space Distance

In a transitional expression of distant space, one cannot always expect linear dimensions to follow adverse, and inverse interpretations. Four hundred expressions are sometimes calculated when measuring distant space (considering the first fifty, followed by three hundred and fifty). Measuring a linear dimension in reversed space may produce the following:

a.) Results.
b.) Spacing of distance.
c.) Dimensional circular space.
d.) Insufficient results.

Further calculations are assumed when linearity is taken into consideration. Continuous movement is sometimes seen. When proximity limits the horizontal transitions, the adverse vertical transition would be considered.