Posted in Measurement on 01/26/2012 04:49 am by admin
For the past few months, some study and effort may have gone into comparing orbital space and its trans-polar vectors. Many may be aware that space can occupy a plane; however, when orbital space *occupies* a non-polar plane, the mechanics of interaction may defer to one of the trans-polar vectors (usually the first or second one). Take, for example, the distance between the second and third vector. The measurement of the distance may be difficult to ascertain because orbital movement is constantly in motion. But once the measurement is made, this figure can be used to inversely calculate not only the width, but the vertical distance between the orbit and the vector. The following image may provide some clarity regarding these details.

non polar orbital space

What can be done with this information? Obviously, the initial measurements may not be of much use, but when one encounters a non-polar plane in conjunction with one or more vectors, the characteristics of such a plane can be compared with the details of this one! If an observer or an analyst creates an illustration based on the details of

*nearby orbital space* and then compares it to the illustration, above, the results have the possibility of being overwhelmingly uncanny. Note the angle of the 3rd vector: it appears to be leaning towards the left. Actually, because the space occupied is in

__more than 8 dimensions__, there is actually no leaning whatsoever. It is an illusion based on the perception of just two or three dimensions. That’s why this information is so interesting and important; it compares the normal dimensional perception with an enhanced “more-than-eight” dimensional model and shows the interrelationship between orbital space, vectors, and trans-polar modalities.

Posted in Measurement on 03/15/2011 08:25 pm by admin
When counting a sentient receding foray into the doorway of a sixty fifth galaxy, there is always the chance the foray may supersede an earlier event. If counting doorways are done sequentially, an advancement (or progression) can be made into the sixty sixth galaxy without the chance of negative results in a given dimension. Both galaxies can be equidistant from their centers regardless of non-sequential or sequential counting. For example, if a foray into a galaxy reveals 400 or more interplanetary objects, each object can be categorized as blue, yellow, white, tan, and the telltale interspace golden color. No negative result has ever occurred when a sixty sixth galaxy has been discerned, as long as counting is done in sequence, in a doorway. Adding one galaxy to another might only supersede the processed occurrence when an unambiguous method of counting (i.e. subtraction, division, addition) is used. Reconstructing the equidistant galactic centers can be done using material that can be shaped and molded with a minimal amount of pressure and a quick measurement of the material’s mass. These shapes and molds may then be counted and used during a future advancement into a galaxy with astounding results. Sentient receding forays become easy when done correctly, in accordance with space and interspace rules of physics. If by chance the golden color of space is revealed, then counting, advancement, and supersedence could occur frequently with no negative results. Only three minerals may be affected which seem to have no impact on a reconstructed galactic center. The three minerals found near the center have universal dimensions: tall, deep, folded in, and angled. The tallest dimension is measured in inches, the deepest dimension is measured in light years. Angled and “folded in” dimensions are measured by aligning the blue, yellow, and white centers.

Posted in Measurement on 10/16/2010 10:51 pm by admin
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.

Posted in Measurement on 08/05/2010 09:46 pm by admin
To reverse a distant and consequential lattice of vertical awareness, one may consider folding an orbital distance onto itself. A lattice may sometimes divide consciousness into a vertical and horizontal plane, unless a substantial vertical awareness of orbit, distance, and the process of folding is initially perceived. This almost always tends to reverse consciously perceived distances, especially when basic measurements are used. The following composed series of numbers clarifies some of the orbital distances when reversals are not desired: 1, 29, 938, 32, and 48 (in base 2). 29 distance measurements can be factored into a perceived lattice, when the effect of the numbers 32 and 938 begin to wane. Then 48 (base 2) orbital measurements are required for such a computation to be evaluated. Reviewing the following helps focus the innate measurements:

Unsubstantiated vertical awareness: orbital distance

Divided consciousness: initial perception

Folding process: 1, 29, 938 (disregard 32 and 48)

When distance awareness begins to orbit, timing may be essential. To try to focus perception at a given time requires some values of concentration. For example, to perceive a timer precisely when its counting reaches “zero” requires a measure of focus; one might think the odds are greater to perceive the timer just before it reaches zero. Wait too long, and the calculation extends past zero. This may be important news to some, but an analogy might be to find a stick drawing done with stone bark and throw it into the air — at what point does it stop rising and start falling? To assign a time to that precise event could require a modicum of timing. Too fast, it’s still rising. Too slow, it has started descent. Hence the need to assign vertical awareness of a lattice (consequential) to fold the orbital timing into the non-perceived distance.

Posted in Measurement on 05/02/2010 03:24 am by admin
Between any two points, there exists a random interpolation of binary queries which coexist in sub-scientific observation. The only reason such interpolation can be random is that for a binary query to sustain its existence, the initial point can be measured spectroscopically if the second point is demarcated anti-gravitically. Originally, it was thought to be a simple comparison between two elemental points. For example assume that an imaginary quantity of bismuth, carbon and bromine are compared using mass-based weight/measurement systems. Now imagine that there is no weight; no gravity, and using only anti-gravity demarcation. The results may appear to contradict previously extrapolated observation(s) when an element of randomness is interpolated non-binarily. When tertiary sound waves counterbalance the three equal measures of carbon, bromine, and random bismuth, the first elemental point becomes a spectroscopic anomaly when analyzed using thought-based conceptual comparisons. Fortunately, with the help of an attempted photo of space polarized with *anti-gravity* constants, these ideas may become clear. Following is a representation of an instant interpolated gravitational event:

interpolated gravity in motion

If one considers using such a photograph to think about the causal effects of systematic weight based measurements, then carbon bromine, and bismuth are no more necessary than previously imagined for said measurements. Some may take a dim stance on the conservation of energetics used at distances greater than one light year from the initial observation point, but otherworldly comparisons seem to coexist with the chance of a random interpolation.

Posted in Daily News, Measurement on 04/15/2010 03:45 am by admin
Many interplanetary mineral surfaces contain a random environmental component. Features above the mineral surface seem newer than those occupying the same space adjacent to the circumference of the interplanetary glossy area, especially when interpolated using specific scientific methods on such a periphery. In the beginning, the environmental component may only occupy the area directly below, then (subsequent to each components’ time flow) the occupation of the area slowly moves relative to the speed of the surface’s environmental principle. This can be calculated using any convenient random interplanetary mineral surface. It is important to note that the four components space, surface, relative speed, and vacuum dimension always play a significant role in obtaining frequent (though sometimes not-so-frequent) measurements. This was discussed earlier, therefore no more time regarding this needs to be occupied. Conversely, when each component (vacuum dimension excluded), floats within 1/4 inch above an environment’s tangential surface, there seems to be a spacial gap of about 1/2 the size of a number of millimeters. This measurement has not been tested, so it would have to be confirmed first in order to use the multidimensional theories for some of the repeated analysis. If relative speed, space and surface area cover inexplicable components, the third and fourth possibilities need no further measurement. Testing this possibility would be recommended if the previously considered fluctuation gap lengthens beyond 1/4 inch.

Posted in Measurement on 04/10/2010 11:00 pm by admin
When energy condenses into a tetrahedral shape, fifteen directional electrons become sentient. Their consciousness appears almost instantly. The conveniently sentient electron bears no resemblance to the original tetrahedron (either polar, or nonpolar). This can be measured in certain instances: when at place of origin, when at place of source, and when below a linear plane. All together, these 15 electrons weigh less than three times the original weight of the tetrahedron. When the consciousness collapses on itself, these electrons tend to circulate *outside* the geometric shapes. Nevertheless, the original tetrahedral structure continues with its original sentience. Because clarification can be important, the following may clarify:

- Observation: modal

- Sentience: reciprocating

- Conscious: yes

- Beginning shape: tetrahedron

- Penultimate shape: to be discovered

As mentioned in the “Stick Drawing on Stone Bark” allegory, multiparticle beams can sometimes be seen radiating away from the center, as long as proper measurements are taken. Measurement is only appropriate, in this instance, when the original count is skewed (i.e. greater than, or less than 15).

Absolute condensation of energy is not always necessary (if ever necessary). The consciousness continues to pervade the smallest particle whether or not measurements have been taken. This absolute condensation of energetic particles (of formerly driven – or – sometimes imagined systems) quite possibly drives the functioning of many sentient tetrahedral shapes, as long as the original structure is maintained foremost in a given theory. Conclusion: when modal observation is used to clarify sentient particles, counting of the original concepts of directional electrons may swiftly move in consciousness.