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Random Interplanetary Mineral Surfaces

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.