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Einsteins Two Postulates Of A Binary Quanterion

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Posted by Brian Kirk Parquette on January 7, 2003 22:02:55 UTC

{[({[Is time moving gravitationally? Relative to the law of the inverse square; omni-directionally distributed on all straight lines, distributed(disturbed?) by its composition[0] , moving at right angles to all of its recognized coordinates, contracting in its direction, expanding in its cosmological acceleration, satisfying the descent of free falling objects and the weight of everything . Spinning sticks and twirlling dancers satisying the definition in situ four dimensionally hyper’rbital with nothing gained and nothing lost in the sweat it produces in any direction.

Einsteins two postulates of a binary quanterion, one of inertia and one of force, one of up and one of down, one of left, and one of right, one of forwards and one of backwards , one of contraction in its direction, and one of expansion in its acceleration,one of acceleration and one of deceleration one of seperate frames of reference ,and one of seperate dimensions.

A steady- state, a c‘smologically continuously moving distribution of straight lines: displaced, misplaced or lost in hyperspace, uniformly disturbed and distributed accross space in all directions as nature sees fit.

The fourth dimension; the 4-dimensional space-time continuously steady-state continuum, is everything-everywhere, itís where we are, its where were going. Itís one of overall expansion getting ever-larger every day. Itís contracting porportionate to its force in any direction. Its acceleration, its gravity. And her on earth its 1gravity,[its relative][its ratio][its a set number][its metric][its got a binary analogy][retracted statement not on nature]. You are cognizant of it, because you can see things moving around you. Show me something in the universe that isn't moving? Why is light squared from matter? Why is pi r squared? Donít ask me, ask mother nature. 7-bkparque-02-einswrwin]

[Relativity from Einstein to black holes, Gerald E Tauber p27 ""Today we know that the sun is just one of millions of stars-and not a particularly large and bright one at that - in the Milky Way, which in turn, is just one of many, many galaxies in the universe. There is no particular center to the universe. We can choose any convenient coordinate system; whether it be the walls of a room, the streets in a city, or Earth itself-just so long as we understand that the choice has been one of convenience and not necessity.""]

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