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How can Stokes Theorem be used describe a succession of 2 dimensional

surfaces, all causally connected? The surfaces would all be closed

geometric forms. An example would be the 2 dimensional surface of a 3

dimensional sphere. The the successive surfaces would be iterations

from previous outer surfaces, where the next surface is "inside" or

projected inwardly becoming an inner shell, from the larger previous

iteration, and the future iteration would be projected outwardly to

the outer shells. The past and future would be perfectly symmetrical

and interchangeable. The past could be the inward surfaces projected

outwardly also. There would be no x-y plane to use as an outside

reference though. At most, the x-y plane would be equilateral

dissections of the n-dimensional surfaces. How can it be done?

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# Stoke's Theorem Problem?

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