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June 17th, 2017, 02:31 PM   #11
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This equation represents the point at which existence is achieving property through kinetic energy realization of existence (first equation, through the kinetic energy/power relation, see energy power).

The second equation is more like describing how to fill in an empty set with value where the access point to each set is where id access is pointing in each recursion.

Both are recursive equations describing a fractal of property values being set. The recursion point is after one equation solution, property value gains setting property but at the same point setting property can gain additional potential for property on the outside or inside by going through a gamma identity or zeta identity respectively at the point of recursion.

It's an important middle man in regards to the zeta/gamma identity. It represents transference of value in an operational system. It's what describes the identities on the inside of the set as the set itself. Hyperstate/ID access zeta trigonometry is required to point in at value selection. Relative gamma identity is relative open set identity.

It's where description of the identity between the inside and outside endpoints lie. Also, more basically, this equation is how to describe the properties of identity itself.

It has no direct relation to infinity, but along the line of potential for change transference over the boundlessness range it describes how identity with in a set and set identity can meet.

It applies to all sets. Counts of proof, making the OP true.

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I am using this the next time I make a real estate investment.
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I think I see one small error. I don't know for sure though... I can't quite put my finger on it. Maybe it's just me, but I think I'm not on drugs. Is that going to be a problem for this?
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