Combinatorics and Graph Theory


50 Orders of Change in A Combinatorial Universe

Authors: John Frederick Sweeney

Matter may exist in one of three states in the universe. The interactions between these states of matter add up to fifty types of change. Causes of change include: the spectrum of inter-changed states, due to imbalance, failure to synchronize, balance and coherent synchronization, caused by the interplay of three modes of matter, which sum up to 50 (order of powers). This paper describes the three states of matter and how their interactions combine to create fifty types of change.

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