T H E
G O D S A N D B O O K O F D E A D A N C I E N T E G Y P T
A N D B O O K O F L I V I N G M O D E R N T O R U S

-=^=- GoD

W E S T U D Y A D V A N C E D P H Y S I C S

Example : The SPACE

A finite-dimensional space is a vector space in which there is a finite basis - a generating linearly independent system of vectors.
In other words, in such a space there is a finite linearly independent system of vectors, the linear combination of which can represent any vector of the given space.

F I N D R E G U L A R I T I E S

0 D

Point

Zero-dimensional space is a topological space, the dimension of which is zero according to one of several definitions of the dimension of a topological space.

1 D

Distance

One-dimensional space is a geometric model of the material world, in which the position of a point can be characterized by just one number. The only polytope that exists in one-dimensional space is a segment.

2 D

Square

Two-dimensional space is a geometric model of a flat projection of the physical world. An example of a two-dimensional space is a plane (two-dimensional Euclidean space). The points of this space can be specified with only two numbers: x, y, called the abscissa and ordinate on the Euclidean plane. Flat objects are characterized not only by their length, but also by their width, as opposed to one-dimensional objects.

3 D

Cube

Three-dimensional space is a geometric model of the material world. This space is called three-dimensional, since it has three uniform dimensions - length, width and height, that is, three-dimensional space is described by three unit orthogonal vectors.

4 D

Tesseract

The tesseract can be unfolded into eight cubes into 3D space, just as the cube can be unfolded into six squares into 2D space. An unfolding of a polytope is called a net. There are 261 distinct nets of the tesseract. The unfoldings of the tesseract can be counted by mapping the nets to paired trees (a tree together with a perfect matching in its complement).

D I S T A N C E = S P E E D * T I M E

Most esoteric and spiritual teachings are based on the knowledge of the four elements.
4 elements correspond to the four cardinal points, four seasons of nature, four periods of life ...
In fact, this division represents four fundamental principles on which the entire universe is based.

Nitrogen = 334 m/s
Ammonia = 415 m/s
Acetylene = 327 m/s
Hydrogen = 1284 m/s Air = 331 m/s
Helium = 965 m/s
Oxygen = 316 m/s
Methane = 430 m/s
Carbon monoxide = 338 m/s
Neon = 435 m/s
Carbon dioxide = 259 m/s
Chlorine = 206 m/s

Diamond = 12000 m/s
Iron = 5950 m/s Gold = 3240 m/s
Lithium = 6000 m/s
Glass = 4800 m/s

Water = 1403
Mercury = 1383

If you change one of the fundamental qualities of the original element, it will turn into another element, depending on the nature of the changes.

The easiest and most obvious way of such transformations is the element of water.
When heated, water turns into steam - the element of air. And during crystallization, the same water turns into ice - the element of the earth.
4 elements interact with each other in different ways. Some come into conflict when they collide.
Fire and water are two opposites. On contact, they annihilate: the water extinguishes the fire, and itself turns into steam.
On the contrary, some elements complement each other when they meet. For example, water feeds the earth and air feeds fire.

W E D E V E L O P A D V A N C E D T E C H N O L O G I E S
F O R E L E C T R O M A G N E T I C E N E R G Y

Example : The ELECTROMAGNETIC GUN
/ O U R P R O D U C T

En Cod in G / De cod in G

Magnetic induction : 12.2-12.5 BR KiloGauss
Magnetic induction : 1.22-1.25 BR Tesla
Coercive force : > 11.3 bHc KiloOersted
Coercive force : > 899 bHc KiloAmpere/Meter
Power : > 12 iHc KiloOersted
Power : > 955 iHc KiloAmpere/Meter
Magnetic energy : 36-39 (BH)max KiloOersted
Magnetic energy : 287-310 (BH)max KiloJoule/Meter^{3}

CLEAN ENERGY
Reception / transmission of electromagnetic digital code of strawberry
For change RNA code.

USE: INDUSTRY ONLY
Glucose is a simple sugar with the molecular formula C_{6}H_{12}O_{6}.
Glucose is the most abundant monosaccharide, a subcategory of carbohydrates.
Glucose is mainly made by plants and most algae during photosynthesis from water and carbon dioxide, using energy from sunlight, where it is used to make cellulose in cell walls, which is the most abundant carbohydrate.
In energy metabolism, glucose is the most important source of energy in all organisms.
Chemical formula : C_{6}H_{12}O_{6}

6СО_{2} + 6Н_{2}О + ENERGY = С_{6}Н_{12}О_{6} + 6О_{2}

E N E R G Y = A D V A N C E D L I G H T + I N D U C T I O N

A D V A N C E D L I G H T = S U N L I G H T
I N D U C T I O N = i n D u c [ K <=> T ] i o n ION = ION I Z A T ION

D U C K D U C T

Duck / wave

in Duck / induction
инДюк / bubbly duck

voltage, frequency, current and induction in Duck.