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DARPA Military Use Kiepert Hyperbola Center Gravitons Balance Flights Mach 7

February 17, 2016

KiepertCenter_of Gravity for Kiepert Hyperbola equations to use for Space Flights

KiepertCenter_of Gravity for Kiepert Hyperbola equations to use for Space Flights

 

DARPA Military Use Kiepert Hyperbola Center Gravitons Balance Flights Mach 7

the idea girl says
every now and then I like to data mine and this is what’s coming up?
It’s based on what “something” is telling me as to Darpa’s Military Jet problems, where they have an unbalance anomolies going on in TEST flights.

I looked at Euclid Elements, because he’s actually drawn many diagrams in the WOW! alien radio SETI UFO space ship’s engineering designs. So I’ll incorporate it with your problems and see if it’s going to help you reach your goals. 🙂

try it in a computer simulator program! That will tell you if it’s on the right track.

quote diagram from mathworld blog

‘see data and equations to use. here;
http://mathworld.wolfram.com/KiepertCenter.html

 

my thoughts

in a triangle you want two sides to balance when there is a THIRD force (AIR pressure) affecting your speeds.

quote

The Kiepert hyperbola passes through Kimberling centers X_i for i=2, (triangle centroid), 4 (orthocenter), 10 (Spieker center; i.e., incenter of the medial triangle of DeltaABC

my thoughts and ideas.

if you create a “hyperbola” around the space flight, then it CENTERS is in Kimberling equations.  Centers the Gravity?

look at vertex equations.

SpiekerCircleMedial_700 fly triangle ship in zig zag pattern to cut through air pressures

spiekercirclemedial_700-fly-triangle-ship-in-zig-zag-pattern-to-cut-through-air-pressures.gi

the idea girl says

so fly your space ships in a zig zag pattern to reduce its forces. as you can see

a,b,c are further in distance from one another when you do this…

SP is centered as you fly in direction of B,c or Ma.

spiekercirclemedial_700-fly-triangle-ship-in-zig-zag-pattern-to-cut-through-air-pressures.gi

 

 

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