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Prakriti - Vikriti - Disorder

I have created fire.

 I look at the shape of the flame.

I need to understand how to visualize Brahma

or heat in the form of Brahmanda.

A stable flame looks like a luminous egg - almost an ellipse

or an ellipsoid pointing upwards.

The center of the flame is blueish.

The flame is red.

The burning of the wood is black or blue,

like a golden egg with a dark yolk.

The boundary of the flame is a  different color.

This boundary protects the flame from external disturbances.

In the flame, a white part can also be seen.

Now the fire is split into multiple flames.

Two neighboring flames can interact.

This interaction enhances the intensity of the flames.

The central dark part of the flame is the interface of matter as fuel and the non-matter as plasma of fire.

I am not a static object.

I develop myself continuously so that I can advance.

 I also represent my master in the sky who is the brightest in the universe. I have acquired all knowledge and energy from Him.

Subsequently, I create followers and accept prayers.

I continue advancement.

In the process of burning, disorder is inevitable and irreversible. Disorder breaks the Cooper pairs in superconductivity which is manifested as a peak in the measurement. 

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Nature-disorder and superconducting states are created from the strong coupling of two charges of opposite polarity which also arises from the local disorder of a lattice or breaking the symmetry. In addition to the defect present in the pure system, it creates a local magnetic moment which creates superconducting states associated with spin. A superconducting state has an energy gap that can be filled with the spin state which is rarely observed in superconductors.
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The pictures show a strong Conductance Peak produced at Zero Bias which is a signature of the vortex state. This mimics the flame in the presence of the moon (a symbol of phase). The reentrant superconductivity can be described as the Kondo scattering process with two opposite actions.

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