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Follow Up On Null Space Intersects In Positive Space

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Posted by Eric J. Andresen on May 17, 2005 07:18:08 UTC

1. I think the negative space origin to the point-mass origin in positive space describes gravity.
2. The zero-energy distribution resonance in negative space to the point-mass in positive space intersect describes the weak force.
3. The postive space origin to the point-mass in positive space intersect describes the strong force.
4. The tangent intersect in positive space, only, to the point-mass origin describes the electromagnetic force.

I could be wrong about this...on which forces are which. All these forces describe null space intersects in positive space. That is my concept in Origin Displacement Universe Creation. I tried to look it up and see if anyone else has derived this, but I did not see a thing.
I haven't figured out negative space to null space interactions yet...I just have vague ideas.

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