Posted in curvature on 01/04/2013 05:58 am by admin
One latest discovery is that of finding two alternate locations, simultaneously, of a single inline linear vector. Existing between both locations is a single line, without a curve. However, from an exterior boundary of both alternate locations, an unusual curvature was measured. Until now, there has been no way of measuring any kind of curvature near the exterior vector space. The recent extrapolation and composition of particulate measurements only allows one conclusion: curvature may exist independent of alternate locations of vectors!
Although simpler methods of measurement exist, none will be as accurate as those used when doing particulate measurements. (How else can one find the aforementioned curvature?) Without digressing from the importance of such a discovery, any meaningful relationship between various vector spaces, or, extrapolation of linear measurements can only offer a circumstantial view of spatial positionings of inline linear vectors. A list of circumstantial views follows:
 Lines with external space occupied by curves.
 Linear boundaries without any curvature.
 Space defined only by a curved boundary.
 Space, undefined, without linear vectors or curves.
This list could go on and on. One may quickly realize that without any kind of spatial curvature, lines (and their linear vectorcounterparts) may ultimately be random, and mixed.
Conclusion: careful, noninterpretive, and systematic positioning helps provide a system of measurement with the boundaries required to ascertain the distance between any kind of vector space when curvature is involved!
Posted in Important News on 07/01/2011 08:07 pm by admin
It is quite difficult to capture the primary escalation of a vector for use in an infinite detector diagram. However, capturing the secondary escalation of a onedimensional vector is easy when considering parallel conformity.
When escalation is observed (as in the photo, above), less doubt is left to the imagination. In the future, an announcement may be made if additional photos are forthcoming.
Posted in Perceptivity on 06/30/2011 06:49 pm by admin
When an infinite amount of squares, circles, and diagonal lines are gathered into a space, there will be an arrangement which becomes apparent. Suppose the given space is no larger than a sheet of paper. The squares and diagonal lines will seem to group near the center, as well as the edges. The circles, however, may appear to overlap the centermost diagonal line, forming a valley. Whether this valley is sloped, angular, or linear will depend on the quantity of diagonal lines, squares, and circles. Special attention that is given to the tangent formed where the circle touches the diagonal line always results in lessthanspecial attention simultaneously given to the other shapes. Conversely, if a finite amount of space is reduced, there exists the possibility that no tangent will be formed. One may wonder, “Where, and how, do triangles appear and disappear?” The answer to that is found on the edge of the space (assuming the space has more than two dimensions). Each edge cannot consist of only a linear shape; there must be triangles, squares, and diagonal lines all coexisting with the valley discussed earlier. Consider the case of two or more valleys occupying a single plane. Only subdimensional tetrahedrons will blend in nicely.
Subdimensional Tetrahedrons
Given that blue or red tetrahedrons can be grouped as parallel hedrons, it can be presumed that nonexistant tetrahedrons can only be compared to subdimensional tetrahedrons when the red and blue colors are combined, and then dissipated. When red dissipates, a pale red can remain. When blue dissipates, a violet color can consume the previously mentioned triangles (assuming they are gathered within a valley along side a tangential plane. If a red tetrahedral shape is animated in a space larger than a sheet of paper, a blue shape of the same dimension may also be animated, revealing the appearance of diagonal lines being reduced. Reduction always results in a centered point when balancing subdimensional tetrahedrons on an imagined terrestrial plane (linear or not!). The carryover from red, to blue, to triangular, to diagonal can be observed telescopically when nonlinear distance needs to be maintained. Infinite amounts of diagonal lines no longer sublimate the triangular edges, red and blue tetrahedrons are no longer grouped, and edges are no longer needed when dimension ceases to exist.

Tags: arranging, circles, diagonal, dimension, distance, edges, infinite, linear, plane, squares, tetrahedrons
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 nonsequential 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 curvature on 12/18/2010 04:58 am by admin
Curvature of the stellar cosmological space conforms to interdimensional foundations. Overdeveloped curvature and underdeveloped tangential foundations consist of forms that only result in dimensional space analysis when certain standards are applied to the original cosmology. One may assume, “important space, dimension and curvature have intermediate textures as their foundation,” if no regard is given to nonconformist (relativistic) standards when applying thought processes to controlling the measurement.
Stellar dimensional space consists of:
a.) motion
b.) vacuum space
c.) lines and curves
d.) etheric dimensions
e.) countable dimensions
Fluid foundation without curvature consists of:
a.) lack of curvature
b.) foundation that is fluid
c.) foundation without curvature
When fluid foundation is extracted from the excess curvature of stellar cosmological space, an analysis of dimension may conform to some specific and relativistic standard when vacuum space, lack of curvature, and controlled tangential foundations are studied. If one refers to the following illustration (previously shown in the upcoming past lecture), the idea that space has intermediate textures that conform to relativistic standards becomes clear:
controlled tangential foundations
If one discerns parts of the above displayed illustration, a very odd fluidic motion becomes apparent. When reversed, curves become lines,
angular dimension becomes etheric, and fluid changes into a textured dimensional foundation. Three colors are of utmost interest to those who explain their interest to displayed fields of time and dimension. The first color is red, the second color is yellow, and the third color is not currently named, as it has been previously unidentified. Simplistic views of this third color may follow.
Posted in waves on 11/04/2010 05:29 pm by admin
Waves that arrive may pulsate. Waveforms in excess of 284 cubic meters in volume may encapsulate interior particulates by a special means of adhesion. When an adhesive wave manifests an apparition exceeding 284 cubic meters, new measurements are required to determine the wave and adhesion ratio vis a vis its interior particulates. All particles, by nature, demonstrate the state of being particulates. In this dimension, certain matter can be measured using quantitative particulate measurement. In the 5th and 7th dimension, adhesion waves become the prima facie method of measuring special particles. One may keep in mind that exceeding 300 cubic meters would result in qualitative, rather than quantitative, conclusions.
Using careful particulatebased apparati, the list of interior constructs becomes evident when adhesion between special particles is calculated. The previously mentioned cubic meter reference becomes non sequitur when operating in a dimension higher than 10 (e.g. the 11th dimension, the 32nd dimension, etc.). There is no place for cubic meters in some of the higher dimensions, as planar references are often used in both quantitative and qualitative particulate measurements. Often, the curvature of space will envelope both the first and second cubic meter in both the highest, and secondtohighest dimension when qualitative particulate measurements demonstrate their states of being. Building of sample adhesive waves requires a carefully considered understanding of particulate formulas, not to mention waves and cubic dimensions.
A final thought regarding the movement of the aforementioned waveforms: when sampled in an indeterminate space plane (either inside or outside the universe), some textbooks on adhesion waves might indicate travel both to, and from, their centers causing random confusion amongst the particles. This is sometimes remedied by using more accurate measurements. Intertwining more than 284 cubic meters with exterior particulates adheres to noninformative analysis when dimensions “11” to “32” are observed.
Posted in announcements on 08/28/2010 06:10 pm by admin
Announcement: During February’s event in year 4080 (Wednesday the 28th thru Thursday the 29th), the slideshow will not be presented at the springed helix dimension conference. Be aware that interdimensional conflicts may occur at any time during the years 4070 – 4090. Thank you.
Posted in Escalation on 05/22/2010 06:59 pm by admin
Inspired by circular proximity, there are numerous collections of continuous movements which only border circumferential boundaries. Removing any conflicting data, only a few assumptions remain at certain times of observation. The original circular proximity remains undefined when further continuous movements propel vectors in reversed circles (assuming the subsequent circumference borders the original boundary). The continuous movements are fourfold: vertical, horizontal, circular, and other. The horizontal movement is the one that garners the most attention when observation/attention is primarily directed to its source. Any incongruous vertical movements are disregarded when past observations result in a removal of attention. Over 750 years ago, a primary circular motion on a horizontal plane was observed, tallied, and displayed in a tabular manner. The penultimate observation almost concluded that horizontal motion appearing with circular motion should sometimes be tallied, but this observation was quickly ignored. Original circular proximity: The first, circumferential closeness to a boundary can be considered an original circular proximity, especially when incongruous vertical movements are sometimes present. Note that any thoughts before or after this notion may be similar. Any movement escalating along a horizontal surface, a circular surface, or a vertical surface has bearing on at least one thoughtformed dimension (be it space, distance, or downwardmotion), when such movements occur and bear on these dimensions. When a movement becomes continuous, the perception of circumferences, boundaries, and conflicting data sometimes becomes more apparent.
Posted in announcements on 04/25/2010 08:57 pm by admin
On Monday, July 16, 1257, there will be an formal lecture, followed by an evening get together with a guest speaker and some treats. The lecture will cover three of the topics already covered in this important news blog:
Escalation
Interplanetary Minerals
Space and Dimension
Please note the lecturer is new; no heckling or jokes, and please silence your communicators while attending. As a special treat, we’ll have an evening guest speaker lecturing on:
allegory
universe and its center
After the lecture, some delicious edibles and fresh water will be served.
Please wear clothing appropriate to the 13th century, and if you cannot attend this function, there may be a future lecture announced for the 11th century.
Posted in Perceptivity on 03/30/2010 02:33 am by admin
Given the eventuality of circumstances that come to pass when observing ancient particles in the daylight, the standard methods of perception prove to be, at best, a simple postulate. Arranging the reconstruction of such circumstances becomes a harsh visit to the land of nonprobability, and delineated origins. If one considers that it takes exactly 186 units to travel from vector “a” to a center point, then to avail oneself of the ordinary particles (the ones previously discussed) one also has to consider the following:
Daylight particles have less mass, when appropriate.
Reconstructing possibilities is in the realm of probability.
Delineated origin may trump described outlines of edges.
Travel may sometimes consist of 186 units.
Particle “A” and Vector “A” can commingle with a center point.
As we try to do from time to time, the appropriation of photographic descriptions may enhance the perceived topic at hand. Specifically, the photo below depicts an ancient plane on a precise vector tilt, not unlike the units needed to travel from a vector to a center point. Further study of the photo may reveal an angular shift concurrent with its position in time, space, and the particular vacuum dimension, “moving away,” in relation to a given particle.
perceived particle vector
Further illustrations may enhance the idea/construct of the perception ancient particles.