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Old 04-05-2008, 04:54 AM
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Default Critical Coalescence (CCo)

Critical Coalescence (CCo)

Critical Coalescence (CCo) refers to the moment when Ephemeloids become Oscilloids.

Critical Coalescence (CCo), heuristically, occurs when Brunardot Ellipses evolve to Pulsoidal Ellipses.

Critical Coalescence is the boundary between the Congeneric Realm of Coalescence and the Congeneric Realm of Propagation.
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