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Table of Contents I. โPhysicโ. The Physical Implications of a claim P=NP are used to tackle against it, a misperception of its implications and our perceptions. โBinauralโ. A Binary proof and introduction to Boolean logic for implementation. โSymmetryโ. References with back grounded proof images of P equals NP

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For the Ricci Flow equation there is an evolution equation for a Riemannian metric , where is the Ricci curvature tensor. Hamilton (1982) demonstrated a unique solution to this equation for an arbitrary smooth metric on a closed manifold over a sufficiently short amount of time. Hamilton (1986) also showed that Ricci flow preserves positivity of the Ricci curvature tensor in three dimensions and the curvature operator has been explicitly proven in all dimensions (Perelman 2002).

Given latency between elliptical curves and linear expansion, in warring disciplines to approach an equilibrium solution, a linear progression of an evolution equation is popularly distorted in distortion to its rate of growth. 1

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A solution to P versus NP must necessarily explain how every language accepted by some non-deterministic algorithm in polynomial time has been or will be accepted by some (deterministic) algorithm in polynomial time. To meet this requirement it is essential to observe the complete model of a computer, or Turing machine and process information in โreal-timeโ as it is received as a computable function or linear stream. In concordance, the Encarta Dictionary: English (North America): Formally, the class P contains the โin-decisionโ problems. a(1)(noun) = a [ay](aโs)(Aโs, As) 1. 1st letter of English alphabet=the first letter of the English alphabet, representing a vowel sound 2. Letter โaโ written=a written representation of the letter โaโ a (2)(symbol)=a 1. acceleration=acceleration=acยทcelยทerยทaยทtion PHYSICS
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REFERENCES:
Collins, G. P. "The Shapes of Space." Sci. Amer. 291, 94-103, July 2004. Hamilton, R. S. "Three Manifolds with Positive Ricci Curvature." J. Diff. Geom. 17, 255-306, 1982. Hamilton, R. S. "Four Manifolds with Positive Curvature Operator." J. Diff. Geom. 24, 153-179, 1986. Kleiner, B. and Lott, J. "Notes and Commentary on Perelman's Ricci Flow Papers." http://www.math.lsa.umich.edu/research/ricciflow/perelman.html. Perelman, G. "The Entropy Formula for the Ricci Flow and Its Geometric Application" 11 Nov 2002. http://arxiv.org/abs/math.DG/0211159/. Robinson, S. "Russian Reports He Has Solved a Celebrated Math Problem." The New York Times, p. D3, April 15, 2003. Clay Mathematics Institute. "P vs. NP." http://www.claymath.org/millennium/P_vs_NP/.

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