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Space based liquid vector shadows

When liquid material casts a shadow on a space based (spacial) vector, a shadow is formed during a particular calculation. The average distance between all liquids and all shadowed light forms have to be quantified (and calculated) when the amount of distance is desired in a space-based plane. If darkness emanate from within a given liquid, the original light must be measured if one wishes to take into consideration the aforesaid quantitative measures where vectors are required. The basis for all liquified matter (e.g. water, etc.) has to be gathered into a generalized formula when doing non-vector based calculations and comparisons on liquid matter vs less-than-shallow shadows. Angular dimensions play a part in the final measurements, but only before darkness displaces light. Using the following photograph (shadowed vector), an interpolation of liquid vector-based lightness might be inferred:

shadowed space based vector liquid

shadowed space based vector liquid

Note that any momentum which may be implied in the shadowed vector provides inconclusive data. This data is only tangential to the abstraction evidenced by continuous momentum when darkness mobilizes initial light vectors. One can only conclude three (3) data points. These data points should be referenced, topically, in a future document. Such a document could exist in a future 28,430 years from today’s date (if only as a back-reference to a previously implied date). If space allows, a linear photograph taken 29,000 years in the future may be posted here. With such dimensional analysis, the distance would be only an epoch used for the conclusion of the previously-mentioned data points. Continuous momentum may help average a given liquid’s distance, but only when converting non-vector based analysis on liquid matter comparisons. Further research on this matter is undoubtedly a necessity for those that consider liquid vs shadow calculations necessary.


Circular Light Years

In a circular plane nearly four hundred light years away, there might be a reference to an unusually-featured rough and removed landscape. The landscape would contain a variety of circular references to an initial concept. Less than 40 individuals have even considered such a reference, as the most important information is hidden within its structure. Although one might imagine the rough landscape is inverted in relation to the uppermost non-aligned boundary, there is no way to ascertain an inversion when using terrestrially based calculation methods on a circular plane so many hundreds of light years away. The distance relative to such timing is conversant with secondary reference features, only. The following methodology was not (and is not to be) found useful:

1.) Measure circular distance using non-featured references.
2.) Using the distance measured in step one, terrestrially calculate the secondary feature’s reference.
3.) Compile any non-linear data gathered by less than 40 individuals.
4.) Compare other data using steps 1, 2, and 3.

As one might notice, there is a steady stream of information that remains to be captured when measuring the aforesaid circular plane. This information may or may not be captured using alternate methodologies ascribed to worldly references to important information in a hidden structure. Further study on this topic may proceed depending on acquiring appropriate measurement skill.


Incandescence, Spanda, and Metaphors

If for no other reason than to point out the obvious, some references to an antithesis may shed knowledge on a given plane of manifestation. Though conventional manifestation (or presence) already contains knowledge of some sort, some unconventional appearances may lack of knowledge of a given thought-provoking antithesis that rarely captures connectivity of a routine. Though news to some, it is of some thoughtful opinion that any competing antitheses to this routine do not capture further imagination—unless the incandescence of forgotten images are compared to any one objective. Think of a seashore, the ocean, the continuing but conventional knowledge a wave-based oscillation of water brings to actualization and realization. Such an objective cannot, and should not be considered as competition to alternate objectives. In incandescent objective, though not necessarily an antonym of, “antithesis,” loses its iridescence/knowledge on a given plane when no further imagination propagates an instance of spanda (“oscillation”). When the objective’s vibration ceases, further objectives can make themselves known. No further imagination is congruent, unless accompanied by images, objectives, competition, and spanda. This ninefold itemization has not been taught for centuries. The reader may think that it is for good reason that such a novenary “list” hasn’t been taught for quite a while; however, practicality and importance sometimes prevails. Approximately 750 years ago, the previously mentioned, “incandescence of forgotten images,” were brought to a metaphorical stage. On this stage, only one conclusion was derived: observation was (and still is) the only thread connecting the images to knowledge, and knowledge to oscillation; any previous references to antitheses have no relation to a propagation of spanda.


Opposite Center of Universe

Some say time is an illusion, others say it is not. Some say that everything has already “happened,” but how can everything have already happened if it hasn’t happened yet? This is where the opposite center of the universe comes into play. In a reality generated by the unconscious during a past plane of time, there is a limit to the generalized boundaries. In fact, the universe has a limit, an edge, in a memorized space-time fragment held in the thoughts of those who have taken the time to commit a universal space to apportioned memory. Directly below, and to the left of this fragmented edge is a space directly opposite the center of the universe. This space does not have a center, as it is fluid, constantly in motion with jagged-edged waves below the crest. Measuring the distance between these two opposite centers is no simple task unless one uses a device designed for such a measurement. Recent calculations tweek the distance figure to be 37, actually closer to 38. This does shift over time. Therefore it is simpler to measure the volume of space directly between the two centers.


Space and Light and 6 Dimensions

Finding the relationship between space and light has been an easy assignment. Space has 6 dimensions: the usual height, width, and depth, as well as time, vacuum-ratio, movement away, and movement towards its center. Light travels via depth and, “movement away.” There is no height, or width relative to the scalar dimension of assigned space. Although some might contend there is an inordinate vacuum-ratio concurrent to light’s speed, that only holds true during experimentation with height and width as relative dimensions. My previous post on, “initial sound,” might help clarify. The classic arrangement of light vs its “movement away” phenomena is threefold, as follows:

  • Slow speed without acceleration
  • Medium speed with acceleration
  • Distance travel with no movement or acceleration

Acceleration, as noted above, only exists when relative to space. Sound, or abstract matter has nothing to do with this relativity. Rather, sound is an impulsive result from, “medium speed with acceleration,” without the usual distance-time-movement away relationship. At least, speaking spatially in reference to the usual three dimensions. In the photo below, an image of an actual doorway has been captured while moving through the vacuum-ratio dimension. No sound can travel there, and light can only travel at slow-speed-without-acceleration.


Doorway In Only Four Dimensions.

As shown above in the photo, there is a significant amount of apparent blur; this blur is not caused by any shaking of the camera. The blur is a result of the two dimensions, “vacuum-ratio,” and, “movement away,” in antagonistic competition with each other’s scalar value. More photos will follow as long as the camera lens remains intact.