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TRANSITION 11 a, b, c

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This transition analyses different sports and introduces the game Vitockey. The latter can be compared to a voyage inside a sphere where we find forms ranging from very small (the puck) to very large (the elliptical surface). In order to eliminate the obstacles or interruptions for a continuous comprehension, we must introduce common denominators for the elements, like the use of the Curve, the Golden rule, colorů The use of phi (ě including the puck) demonstrates that Vitockey takes into consideration each element equally. When this organization is into place, we discover the ease to move from one form to another. The further apart the small to the large, the more profound the experience when properly linked.

11 a: Small to large / ě, proposed Vitockey, hockey, volleyball.

11 b: Non parallel environments are everywhere, the world of the sports not only duplicates broken sensory information but accentuates it with its motion.

11 c: This file determines whether there is a connection between the keys elements of the following sports: Vitockey, baseball, ice hockey (North American and European), lacrosse, football, soccer and basketball. Are the elements complementary to one another or do they visually compete? 

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This file contains the written information of transition 11 a, ,b, c.

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11a 

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Transition 11 a explains the transition from small to large of the new game vitockey, the games hockey and volleyball. After analyzing this, you should be able to verify other games.

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11b 

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Transition 11 b demonstrates that non parallel environments are everywhere. The sporting world is unaware that it is promoting negative conditioning and where did it all begin?

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11c

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Transition 11 c compares vitockey with other sports. Theory: We are deeply conditioned to believe that it does not matter if we are surrounded by the broken visual information from all angles, the thought process can always adapt, but the loss of cerebral energy almost continuously means frustration that triggers negative behavior like selfishness, etc. The world of the sports accentuates this problem because of its motion.

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TRANSITION 1

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TRANSITION 2

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TRANSITION 3 & 4

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COMPARISONS 41-47, 51-55, and TRANSITION versus man-made 1-

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NATURAL CONNECTING IMAGES (56, 61-70)

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Wishing you unified sensory information,

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