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Three Frogs: G=f^2/D, D=f^2/G, f=(GD)^1/2
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Garry Denke
2018-09-27 12:10:28 UTC
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Three Frogs: G=f^2/D, D=f^2/G, f=(GD)^1/2
Three Frogs: G=f^2/D, D=f^2/G, f=(GD)^1/2
Three Frogs: G=f^2/D, D=f^2/G, f=(GD)^1/2

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Max Planck Society has Agreed to Continue measurements of
Graviton "G=f^2/D" Density "D=f^2/G" frequency "f=(GD)^1/2"
annually on 1st April each year henceforth, as in the past.

Regards,

GD
f^2
T***@aol.com
2018-09-28 00:42:17 UTC
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Post by Garry Denke
Three Frogs: G=f^2/D, D=f^2/G, f=(GD)^1/2
Three Frogs: G=f^2/D, D=f^2/G, f=(GD)^1/2
Three Frogs: G=f^2/D, D=f^2/G, f=(GD)^1/2
http://disc.yourwebapps.com/discussion.cgi?id=246465;article=18
http://disc.yourwebapps.com/discussion.cgi?id=246465;article=18
http://disc.yourwebapps.com/discussion.cgi?id=246465;article=18
Max Planck Society has Agreed to Continue measurements of
Graviton "G=f^2/D" Density "D=f^2/G" frequency "f=(GD)^1/2"
annually on 1st April each year henceforth, as in the past.
Regards,
GD
f^2
GD=f^2 ?
f^2=GD ?

Oui?

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