The magazine MAQ September 2018 MAQ Magazine November 2018 - Page 203

“Computational fluid dynamics modelling shows that complex dynamic forms arise from basic phenomenon such as linear pressure gradients, gravity and conservation of energy. For example, these numerical simulations can represent the asymmetric expression of unpredictable surging and vortices generated by industrial pump stations. Therefore, if the Plank Space Observatory discovery that the first light in the universe was asymmetrical, then Degenhardt’s relativity theory would be correct, rather than Einstein’s symmetrical relativity theory. I note from a philosophical viewpoint that Degenhardt’s theory explains that the vorticeal energies of the Greek Nous can be logically shown to include an infinite expression of universal reality, contradicting the erroneous assumption that the universe and all within it; including its ethical content must eventually be destroyed (Degenhardt. C. 2002)”.

Computational fluid dynamics modelling

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