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Acceleration Events

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Posted by Eric J. Andresen on May 22, 2005 18:37:49 UTC

It appears that acceleration events can only occur for matter when null-space intersect is 0. Momentum events for matter can only exist when null-space intersect is 1. Matter, as we know it, in positive space might not be able to hit null-space intersects of 1...they have to do it instantaneously if they do. I am talking about matter as only point-mass particles. Null-space intersects of 0 spin might be maintained in positive space. Matter in positive space at null-space intersects of 1 appear that they have to lose a neutrino by some means, and still retain their 1/2 spin time particle....something like that at least.

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