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Ketjureaktio

A chain reaction occurs when small change causes a similar  but  still different change nearby. This in logarithmic sequence like a curve. 

EP-calculation gives the possibility to calculate known and in addition to previously non-calculated phenomena, described in a series of exponential curve. EP-calculation is based on light and shadow, largely so, as Plato saw it in his time. This is based on Plato connected cave metaphor of the shadows. There is a saying which goes around, comes around and so also in this case.

Shadows are able to describe things that the light will remain invisible. A similar happens in the development of the photo. Developed dark parts of the photo may not show all its details. Exposing the next photo more, details become more visible. Light and shadow in black and white negative change the side, the light parts of the negative evolve into a dark parts of the photo, and vice versa

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The phenomenon grows like a product curve in the picture

Aikadilaatio is to some extent responsible for the event , as the development of the photo. Aikadilaatiokin set the contrast between the two , one of which is associated with period of slowdown , and the second increase in mass. The difference between photography and related phenomenon is aikadilaation time. Each photo will have their own individual shutter speed to achieve the best result , phenomena always get the best result aikadilaatiokertoimen based benchtop speed of light 1.0328

Time slows down - mass increase
mass can touch - time can not touch

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Light and shades
Line and lineless

With reason this can not explain, but do the following experiment. Cut a thin strip of paper and draw on one side of the paper continuous line from end to end. Turn the paper in hand 180 degrees and glue the ends together. The paper has the twisted shape like number eight, but above all, following the line you are on both sides of the paper with and without line. We are at the heart of the principle of the EP-calculation.

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