"Consider the engineering challenge of maintaining perfect sphericity of torque upon the contraction or expansion of a perfectly spherical mass. What is the compressional torque value and what is the expansional torque value?"

Two equations I have been seeking for a substantial time are the torque covariant and the torque co-efficient between terminal velocity and the rate of expansion of space. The equations I have are E = mc^2 and c = i/E(when -1 = m) respectively.

I understand how I have arrived at these figures, but am only 'certain' I have them the right way about due to a vague feeling that the variant should contain the square and the efficient the root.

I am now re-analysing my procedure to identify alternate formulations. I have provided the included thought experiment as reference for how I arrived at the equations here. If anyone would be interested in solving this equation it would be a boon to refer to anothers alternate thinking.

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