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Click, Energy, and Memes: The Vector Equilibrium Is The Key To Free Energy The Ancient Egyptians Used This Unlimited Power Source Structure of the UnifiedField — The VectorEquilibrium and Isotropic Vector Matrix. The most fundamental aspect of the VE to understand is that, being a geometry of absolute equilibrium wherein all fluctuation (and therefore differential) ceases, it is conceptually the geometry of what we call the zero-point or Unified Field — also called the "vacuum" of space. In order for anything to become manifest in the universe, both physically (energy) and metaphysically (consciousness), it requires a fluctuation in the Unified Field, the result of which fluctuation and differential manifests as the Quantum and Spacetime fields that are observable and measurable. Prior to this fluctuation, though, the Unified Field exists as pure potential, and according to contemporary theory in physics it contains an infinite amount of energy (and in cosmometry, as well as spiritual philosophies, an infinite creative potential of consciousness). Being a geometry of equal vectors and equal 60° angles, it is possible to extend this equilibrium array infinitely outward from the center point of the VE, producing what is called the Isotropic VectorMatrix (IVM). Isotropic means “all the same”, Vector means “line of energy”, and Matrix means “a pattern of lines of energy”. It is this full isotropic vector matrix that can be seen as the infinitely-present-at-all-scales-and-in-perfect-equilibrium geometry of the zero-point Unified Field. Every point in this matrix is a potential center point of a VE around which a condition of dynamic fluctuation may arise to manifest. And as has been stated and is seen in this image, this VE geometry is inherent in this matrix (the green lines comprise the VE): In fact, the VE itself can be seen to consist of a symmetrical array of eight tetrahedons with their bases representing the triangular faces of the VE, and all pointing towards the VE’s center point. (The square faces are the bases of half-octahedron, like the form of the pyramids in Egypt. 4biddenknowledge video clip from ThriveMovie click the link in my bio to watch Thrive.
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Clique, Fall, and Funny: Hairy ball theorem From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia "Hairy balls" redirects here. For the former mayor of Fort Wayne, see Harry Baals. A hairy doughnut (2-torus), on the A failed attempt to comb a hairy 3- other hand, is quite easily combable. ball (2-sphere), leaving a tufft at each pole This is famously stated as "you can't comb a hairy ball flat without creating a cowlick", "you can't comb the hair on a coconut, or sometimes "every cow must have at least one cowlick." It can also be written as, "Every smooth vector field or a sphere has a singular point." It was first proved in 1912 by Brouwer. oulfis Today's absurdist missive from Wikipedia: l was in fact there to learn something about the mathematical theorem, but was not prepared for the majesty of all of this. STORY TIME: so today I saw my coach who was teaching another student and I said hi to her and explained that I wasn't staying for practice just for my rink guard-work session and I told her that my stomach still hurt from Monday's fall and she was like "wow really?" And I was like "yeah, it hurts when I laugh and cough" and she kind of grinned and went "well then. I'm going to have to make you laugh" honestly you have got to watch her marvel fandom textpost funnypost tumblr clean doctorwho hungergames mockingjay text jeremyrenner hawkeye avengers tumblrpost meme tumblr bandom patd panicatthedisco brendonurie clean funny funnypost music bands falloutboy clique top twentyonepilots memes joshdun tylerjoseph

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Memes, 🤖, and Next: 0 My next opponent is Mark Hunt June 10th in New Zealand 🇳🇿 ufc Saturday, June 10 Auckland, New Zealand Vector Arena

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Memes, Tablet, and Twins: HH NEW Ford has revealed the ST version of the new Fiesta, and it's packing a 197bhp 1.5-litre inline-three cylinder engine Via @carthrottlenews - Let’s get the big piece of news out of the way: As was first rumoured a little while ago, the ST has indeed dropped a cylinder and a little bit of displacement, switching to a 1.5-litre three-pot. - It’s presumably derived from the existing 1.5-litre Ecoboost unit, although Ford describes it as an “all-new” engine. It’s been given a new turbocharger with an “optimised” turbine design to reduce lag, plus “Twin-independent Variable Cam Timing. It’s good for 197bhp, and 214lb ft of torque. - Both of those figures are the same as what the outgoing car achieved when its ‘overboost’ function kicked in. The new car will do 0-62mph in an “anticipated’ 6.7 seconds, although there’s no word on top speed just yet. There isn’t an MPG figure available right now either, but Ford is expecting CO2 emissions of around 114g-km. - The car gets a torque vectoring by braking system just like the old one, plus three driving modes. The ‘Normal’, ‘Sport’ and ‘Track’ modes each alter the steering, throttle response and traction-stability controls to varying degrees. Stick it in ‘Track’ mode and the traction control goes entirely, with the ESP set to ‘wide slip’ mode. Or if you’d prefer, you can switch off ESP completely. - On the inside it’s a sportified version of the Fiesta cabin we’ve already seen, which means a far plusher space than we’ve been used to seeing from Ford’s ubiquitous supermini. - The ‘Sync 3’ system is present on a floating tablet-style setup, which should prove to be much less frustrating than the clunky old infotainment, and keeping your back and buttocks very happy will be a pair of Recaro bucket seats. - In the cabin you’ll also be - I’m afraid to say - treated to some ‘Electronic Sound Enhancement’, but this does at least work in tandem with an active exhaust valve. - Want one? You’ll be waiting for a little while I’m afraid, with Ford gunning for an early 2018 launch for the car in both three and five-door forms. The outgoing ST was - and probably still is - pound-for-pound the best new performance car around, so this new one should be worth the wait.
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Bmw, Detroit, and Memes: HI NE F KM1199 Kia has revealed its new sports saloon at the Detroit Auto Show, which puts out 360bhp from a 3.3-litre V6 Via @carthrottlenews - It’s called the Stinger GT, and it’s the first Kia that’s likely to pique the interest of the average petrolhead since the Pro_Ceed GT warm hatch. Rear-wheel drive? Check. Well over 300bhp? Check. Good looks? Well, it’s a little fussy at the rear, but to our eyes it’s prettiest Kia since, well, ever. - A 360bhp, 376lb ft 3.3-litre V6 powers the top-of-the-range model, sending its thrust rearwards via a mechanical limited-slip differential. 0-62mph takes 5.1 seconds, and the top speed is a decidedly un-Kia 167mph. There is an optional all-wheel drive system with torque vectoring available - “depending on market,” says Kia - and at a later date there’ll be a lower-powered 2.0-litre entry-level model. Performance figures for the four-cylinder turbo aren’t in the press release, but with 252bhp and 260lb ft on tap, it should be suitably brisk. - This all sounds jolly nice on paper, but further reading makes us hopeful that the GT will be a decent steer too, as well as being quick in a straight line. 55 per cent of the car is made from high-strength steel to give “an ultra-stiff foundation for the ride-and-handling engineers to work with”. Hell, there’s even adaptive dampers, plus a setting on the TFT screen to display G-forces, lap times and oil temperature. Now we’re really far from traditional Kia territory. - It’s not going to be an out-and-out super saloon, though. In a rather telling quote, Kia Europe Chief Designer Gregory Guillaume says: “A true gran turismo, a car for spirited long-distance driving, is not about outright power, hard-edged dynamics and brutal styling, all at the expense of luxury, comfort and grace.” - Speaking of which, what about rivals? In terms of the V6, Kia is taking aim at the likes of the Audi S4, BMW 340i and Mercedes-AMG C43, but it’s actually longer and wider than all cars in that segment. And interestingly, the wheelbase is actually longer than that of a Mercedes CLS.

Via @carthrottlenews - It’s called the Stinger GT, and it’s the first Kia that’s likely to pique the interest of the average petrolhead sinc...

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Ferrari, Martin, and Memes: HH NEWS 20 TU The 700bhp Bentley Continental GT Supersports Is Here Via @carthrottlenews - The current Continental GT has been around a little while now. So, what has Bentley done to remind us all that it still exists? Make it into the fastest four-seater in the world, obviously. - The familiar 6.0-litre, twin-turbo W12 has been cranked up to 700bhp and 750lb ft, an increase of 79bhp and a monstrous 160lb ft over the first-gen Supersports. Crikey. - Despite weighing about the same as a small house (2280kg, to be exact), the GT’s newfound thrust will take it from 0-62mph in 3.5 seconds (exactly the same as the Aston Martin Vanquish S), on to a top speed of 209mph. - Bentley says that makes the Supersports the fastest four-seater in the world, but only just - the Ferrari GTC4Lusso has a top whack that’s just 1mph shy of the new Benters at 208mph. But still, that’s quite a claim, and the convertible version is the fastest four-seater drop-top in the world with its 205mph top speed. Impressive. - To keep that power in check, the Supersports has been given the torque vectoring by braking system from the Continental GT3-R. The four-wheel drive coupe’s suspension has been lowered and stiffened, too. - Meanwhile, the interior has been given a tri-tone quilted leather makeover, along with a smattering of carbonfibre pieces. - If you think that sounds all fine and dandy, you can place an order for this luxury cruise missile now. The coupe is £212,500, and the convertible £233,800. Both will be sold in limited numbers, with deliveries taking place later this year.

Via @carthrottlenews - The current Continental GT has been around a little while now. So, what has Bentley done to remind us all that it sti...

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