a nearly perfect perpendicular parallax

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A lethargy of a world away from a deeply diminished point, the sun, surrounded by darkening blue skies on a nearly perfect perpendicular parallax viewed with the naked eye, held the confirmation of a much needed space-theory. The perpendicular parallax produced a glossy diffused effect aligned in near perfectly lateral straight form on the surfaces of the paved road. That is, they had the appearance of scattered light aligned atop a leveled plane, all in trials for linearity. It lingered in my mind hilariously–this must be the parallel evolution scientists have been speaking of relative to all of humankind. More hilariously induced is the notion of perpendicular evolution in trials for linearity. But unlike the chanced parallax witnessed by someone in expectation of such as I was, the newly archived theory by the very same observer such as I am is divergent is in its trail against convention.

Was the event merely spatiotemporal and extemporaneous relative to a reasonable, provable universe? Was it merely temporal and time-elusive? Do we truly live in a purely probabilistic world. Whatever could be the limitations and delimitations of space. Was the parallel space against the perpendicular parallax authentic in relativity? What is the significance of the parallax and the parallel diffusion effect? There was a lingering of the effect of an expected phenomenon happening in real time which to this observer seem relative from space to space, all theories relating time to space narrowing within all reasonable premises. Why were they narrowing, harrowing for linearity in a constantly expanding vacuous universe?

Einstein and Infield repeating Faraday’s experiment on the induction of electric current through changing magnetic fields, state on the purpose of discussing distinct influences on the fields with relevance to shape and sizes, that is, space, *“Let us imagine that the circuit in our last drawing becomes smaller and smaller, shrinking gradually to a very small circuit enclosing a certain point in space. Then everything concerning shape and size is quite irrelevant. In this limiting process where the closed curve shrinks to a point, size and shape automatically vanish from our considerations and we obtain laws connecting changes of magnetic and electric field at an arbitrary point in space at an arbitrary instant.”* And of the temporal effects, they concluded*, “The field here and now depends on the field in the immediate neighborhood at a time just past.”*

In a state of disorientation, hostile relativity and homelessness, and having witnessed such natural phenomenon and the implications of such, this observer that I am is apt to ask important questions about special relativity, time progression, vector progression and so much more. Where is the time in my perpendicular parallax effect? Where is the time in my parallel residual effect? Is it in the perpendicular or the parallel? Where is the Period of the effect? Where is the Moment of the effect? Wherever could be the time just-past? And most importantly; what is happening in space, to space, around space, within space?

Space in this context I must distinguish as occupation-prone rather than occupation/space. The occupation propensity here is pre-determinable, and the occupation/space calls itself post-determinably. This definitions are important for my discussions on the relativity of both the perpendicular parallax and the parallel diffusion effect as distinguished from the source of the effect. The distinction also enables me to incorporate Einstein’s and Infield’s “here and now”, “immediate neighborhood” and especially “time” and “time just-past.”

I must note a possible contrarian mal-effect of the diminishing point thus induced. And here I will also retrieve a statement made by Einstein and Infield about an observer whose purposes will be exemplary for future discussion on both the time series and the space series. They wrote “An observer destined to spend his whole life in the rotating room {for the purposes of inertia}, and to perform all his experiments there, would have laws of mechanics differing from ours.” Such an observer will be induced from time to time in the series to work for the purposes of our aims and for the life of it, against it. It is in such mode that we must consider what may be happening to arbitrary points in space and arbitrary instants with time. This is the inception of the space series determined to be occupation-prone, occupation transitive, and occupation/space.