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This PowerPoint presentation is in two primary parts: Part one, which is the foundational mechanics; and part two, which is the formational mechanics. There are also five additional sub-parts: Nucleonic one; Nucleonic two; Nucleonic three; Nucleonic four; and Trimostaticcores Molecules.  In total, there are 1,017 slides.

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      Primary files:


        DSFF Proto-space part one / 328 slides - 3.39MB - in pptx format


        DSFF Proto-space part two / 309 slides - 7.28MB - in pptx format


       Secondary files:


Nucleonic one / 47 slides - 1.6MB - in pptx format

Nucleonic two / 85 slides - 2.4MB - in pptx format

Nucleonic three / 87 slides - 3.82MB - in pptx format

Nucleonic four / 84 slides - 4MB - in pptx format

Trimostaticcores Molecules / 77 slides - 3.5MB - in pptx format


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