Theoretical Equations – 1

Regarding potential of decay, or decided matter capacities:


R – Resistance
Input – Change Value, Voltage, or Current; though voltage would be ideal to test first

Let (R / Input)R evaluate for potential of resistance decay in a moving system

  • Where the answer is a rest point and a new input can be inserted

This is theorized to work as a calculation for total atomic syncopation capabilities, as Resistance in a circuit is the measurement of vibrational pressure divided by its rate; which is a frequency value measuring spacial distances at its fundamental.

This is the only reasonable use I can find for power to functions, as it gives you a total divide value.

  • I would point to the fact that should this be a usable equation, it would allow us to measure maximum distances between two bodies as resistance can be defined as an atomic count and generalized vibrational frame; where the input is a threshold test value to determine ease points.



Frequency Sync Between Two Points


V – Voltage

F – Frequency

R – Resistance

As you increase V; you increase frequency between two conductors; as a factor of introduced current (refer to resistance as a potential measurement for atomic value and frequency)

IE: V * F / R

Resulting in a value for Hz as a result of spacing

To visualize this, imagine a coil placed on a typical copper plate, inducing a current into the coil, allowing the coil to lift as a result of the resistance to vibration given off by the fields within the copper plate; thus showing the vibrational decay of those atoms.


This gives the formula

Hz(static) / Hz(induced) / (Vi / VoF)


Where Hz(static) – the static frequency value (copper plate)

Where Hz(induced) – the induced frequency value (coil)

Vi – Voltage induced

VoF – Frequency of voltage oscillation


  • This formula is intended to determine potential for lift or distance allowed between two vibrational points, be it groups of atoms, or single waves.
  • In a completed form it should divide the distance between both points to determine syncopation capacity, this giving all possible fraction increments, capable syncopation/travel points, the exact distance between the two points, potential for temperature fluctuation etc – as a matter of frequency
  • This being where a sun is to be considered an induced value, and a planet or stationary object to be the static value

This requires us to determine the frequency values of all atoms, as we would use their static values to generalize the copper plate, as well as to generalize what would be considered the induced voltage of a planet; or the pressure values in which it operates under until we are capable of computing all vibrations within a single molecule, planet, or sun individually.


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