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Topic: Space Radiation-Gravitation Equator Discovered. By Aiya-Oba
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Space Radiation-Gravitation Equator Discovered. By Aiya-Oba
Posted: May 18, 2013 5:22 PM
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c^2G = W

= 9x10^16 x 6.672x10^-11 = 6.0048x10^6.

Such that,

6.672x10^-11 x 6.0048x10^0.7/1x10^-34 = 2.007957816x10^-43

6.672x10^-11 x 6.0048x10^0.7/2.007957816x10^43 = 9.999999999x10^-34

And,

2.007957816x10^-43 x 9.999999999x10^-34 = 2.007957816x10^-76.
-By Aiya-Oba (Philosopher and discoverer of Nature's absolute logic; equator of self-contradiction, principle of included middle, eternal Oneness of Pairness).



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