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Sentient Receding Forays

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.