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TRL The Grand Illusion Of Perception. (Universal Engineering Series). ISSN 1751-3030

Ramesh Chandra Bagadiunconfirmed user (Physics, Engineering Mechanics, Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Wisconsin)

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TRL The Grand Illusion Of Perception. (Universal Engineering Series). ISSN 1751-3030.

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TRL The Grand Illusion Of Perception. (Universal Engineering Series). ISSN 1751-3030.

Author:
Ramesh Chandra Bagadi
Founder, Owner, Co-Director And Advising Scientist In Principal
Ramesh Bagadi Consulting LLC (R042752)

Madison, Wisconsin-53715, United States Of America.

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‘One should note that, we being Mostly and/ or More Than Partial Light Beings (and also Evolving towards becoming Complete Light Beings) and also being Situated in Light Galaxies Recursional Intensity Strength Gradient Field(s), feel the Grand Illusion of Perception wherein the Volume of Darker Space surrounding us (and our Light Galaxies) is much much Vaster than the Volume of Light Space (composed of Light Galxies, etc,.), relatively speaking (Relative to the Limits of Our Perception Horizons)’. Evolving this afore-said said Statement in Quotes gives really Useful and Important Information. However, they are the Distributed in the Proportion of the Complementarity of Light and Darkness (Primalities). Also, such a Grand Illusion of Perception is because of the Location of our Reference Frame relative to Light Primality and Darkness Primality. One can find the Self-Organization Primality of Light Primality {Evolved to Lustre (Life Universe) Level}, find the Complementary Primality of the same, which would be the Self-Organization Primality of Darkness Primality. Since, we are Partially Light and Partially Darkness Beings, we can Characterize each using Light Primality Evolved up to the Desired Success Order and Darkness Primality Evolved up to the Desire Success Order, respectively. Since, we have significant Hurdle of being able to Observe such Evolved Darkness Primality, we can carry out our Characterization by Slating it in it’s Complemetary Primality. Also, we can construct the Complementary of the ‘Universal Eye’ which can see Darkness Primality.

 

Note: We should carry out all Characterization investigations at Lustre (Life Universe) Level Evolved Light Primality and/ or Darkness Primality.

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