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Hidden Interaction Theory

Hosein Moradi

Publisher: tredition

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Summary

Morphological study of recorded images of 5 phenomena; Black hole, Saturn, Moon, Human Heart, Cancer Cells, and Tumors. Consequently, they prove signs of their presence in interactive cycles and sometimes in communication with themselves.
Available since: 06/23/2022.
Print length: 75 pages.

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