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Solving Stokes’ Equation

I have already done this twice, a long and short way and these proofs are already in the Smithsonian Institute too.

d**2/dx**2 + d**2/dy**2 = d**2z/dz**2

So x = y/(2x + 4) and y = x/(2y + 4) (new maths which is a complex transform of a rotation and translation of axes about point (0,0))

So x = y+2 and z = y + 2 and z = y + 5

and the answer is

x = 1 and y = 1 and z = 2 if and only if y is complex and z is free of all insternans like the world is about to turn.

(an insternan has no complex conjugate)


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