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Bagadi, R. (2016). TRL14 Refraction Based Distillation Of Fate Line Of An Entity Of Concern (Universal Engineering Services-15) ISSN 1751-3030.. PHILICA.COM Observation number 122.

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TRL14 Refraction Based Distillation Of Fate Line Of An Entity Of Concern (Universal Engineering Services-15) ISSN 1751-3030.

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

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Observation
TRL14 Refraction Based Distillation Of Fate Line Of An Entity (Universal Engineering Services-15) ISSN 1751-3030.
Author:
Ramesh Chandra Bagadi,
In the event of when a given Life Entity of concern is Embedded (using Supra and/ or Sub Embedding Topologies) by many Non-Native Life Entities, one can Distill the Fate Line of the Native Entity of Concern from the Many other Life Fate Lines of Other Entities of concern using the Principle of Refraction. In this Scheme, we immerse the Native Entity of concern in a High Density Recursional Field Intensity Gradient Function of a magnitude and Intensity much much Higher than that ordered by the Time Line Recursion Scheme (created by the Recursional Field Intensity Gradient Function of the Star and/ or Galaxy and/ or Universe wherein the Life Entity has had an experience of Perception, the Truth of which we wish to Tunnel which interacts with the Recursion Scheme of the Life Entity of the Native of concern which codes the Fate Line of the Native of concern), throughout the averaged Duration and Volume and Time Duration of Space-Time of Investigation. Such a High Density Recursional Field Intensity Gradient Function can be constructed by Teleporting (and/or can create the same using authors Universal Recursion Scheme Evolver and/ or Amplifier) the same from the Vicinity of a Recursional Field Intensity Gradient Function of the Star and/ or Galaxy and/ or Universe that is much much Larger in Magnitude and Intensity the aforementioned previous counterpart. The required High Intenisty Differential of Recursional Field Intensity Gradient Function can be computed by using the Notion Of Author’s TRL11, TRL12 and TRL13 to Exhaustion i.e., to meet an assertion that these many Only are the Non-Native Fate Lines present in the Native of concern . Upon such Refraction, one can study the Time Line and Fate Line of the Native of concern to a Good Integrity and can ascertain Truth to a good degree.

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Ramesh Chandra Bagadi
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2. http://www.vixra.org/author/ramesh_chandra_bagadi

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This Observation was published on 23rd July, 2016 at 13:55:40 and has been viewed 1221 times.

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Bagadi, R. (2016). TRL14 Refraction Based Distillation Of Fate Line Of An Entity Of Concern (Universal Engineering Services-15) ISSN 1751-3030.. PHILICA.COM Observation number 122.


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