Hmmmmm, now what does this mean do you think?-A.M.
Posted: 26 Jun 2013 12:42 PM PDT
Alpha timeline with HVBN until intersection has an increasing probability of p=0.6. The alternative beta timeline with sporadic YXRs, converging into possible next HVBN before intersection has a decreasing probability of p=0.4 due to increased grid ratio.
Beta strategies have not yet been modulated and will come in a separate report.
There are three major intersection probability peaks.
The first one comes within the first half of the RR2-3 intermediate period, p=0.3. Alpha timeline is classified P501 with gradual M increase but without any hyperphasic intersections. Hyperphasic intersections come in cascading convergence only as we limit towards the omega convergence point. Beta timeline comes with declassified P501 with RM intersections as soon as possible.
There is a minor peak towards the end of RR2-3 period which coincides with L2 penetration point.
The second major intersection probability peak comes shortly after the beginning of the RR3-4 intermediate period, p=0.3. Alpha timeline is partially classified P501 with gradual to fast M increase and with probability of some form of EL contact. This leads to complex interference with existing HVBN on the surface. Some time before the omega convergence point this timeline bifurcates into fast hyperphasic intersections. Beta timeline again comes with declassified P501 with RM intersections as soon as possible.
The third major intersection probability peak comes close to omega convergence point with an antarionid RM intersection which includes P501 and all hyperphasic intersections in the optimal sequence order, p=0.4. Alpha and beta timelines converge into one as we limit towards the omega convergence point.
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