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Topic: Action-Reaction: Energy that penetrates the Centrepoint transforms
into light.

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jdawe

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Action-Reaction: Energy that penetrates the Centrepoint transforms
into light.

Posted: Dec 8, 2012 6:00 PM
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Energy moves from an area of high concentration to an area of low
concentration.

Low - High

Empty - Full

Centrepoint - Perimeter

Zero - Nonzero

Low = Empty = Centrepoint = 0

It is ONLY in the CENTREPOINT of a rotating system where there is ZERO
energy.

Therefore, all energy will attempt to reach the centrepoint.

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Upon successful penetration that energy takes on the properties of the
centrepoint.

Clean - Dirty

Light - Heavy

The energy is cleaned so that it weighs nothing and is transformed
into light.

Instantaneous - Gradual

Constant - Variable

Linear - Circular

Using the properties of the centrepoint such as 'Instantaneous',
'Constant' and 'Linear', the light is pushed out by other incoming
energy and explodes outward with the centrepoint properties so it
explodes outward on a Instantaneous, Constant, Straight Linear
trajectory.












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