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Luquido Lumino
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Nov28-03, 02:15 AM
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I am currently writing a thesis on the matter of differentiating the mechanics that directly associate the quantum exchange that produces a critical mass to form and what influences the density of such masses and or substance.

Actually how a vacuum in space:time influences this. There must be some consistency between an anomaly and the vacuum pressure that permits some form of accumulation that would form of great density.

To note: can any one comment or provide a directory to information with relevance.
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