Prop. 18.1 LSP Revisions

A supermassive black hole with millions to billions times the mass of our sun. In this illustration, the supermassive black hole at the center is surrounded by matter flowing onto the black hole in what is termed an accretion disk. This disk forms as the dust and gas in the galaxy falls onto the hole, attracted by its gravity. Also shown is an outflowing jet of energetic particles, believed to be powered by the black hole's spin. REUTERS/NASA/JPL-Caltech

Super-massive black hole NASA

The Triad gives every indication of reducing to proposals to scope operating units.  Apart from political hurdles on this planet, transforms required when grounding the operations in the Cartesian with intermediate activity in dimensions external to them are slowly coming into focus.   IPv8 and Prop. 20 are keys, and a BBC interview focused on a point vital to the enterprise.  The observation was made that in certain high stress situations the principals cannot afford translation mediators. The Triad argues that the Web 4.0 population has recognized this problem and is continually encouraging those potentially involved to address it, and that IPv8 comments summarized following support this position.

  • 11:30 pm: A revolving disc, calling to mind the wheel from BC… 11:42: The Brazilian flag… 1:58: Little by little, the 30 year veil of secrecy lifted in 86-7220… 2:01 am: A fork… 3:58: A saxophone… 4:02: A mechanical stop watch… 4:22: A whisk being used in a toilet full of clear water… 5:31: Some unusual games, a mixture of dance and mock combat… 5:32: A needle in the flared end of a short tube… (12.6.14)

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