The area of Kepler's area law for time taken can initially be expressed as the area of a triangle, t=PXBX1/2, but if P and B are replaced by r we have t=rXrX1/2, and if 1/2 becomes a power we have t=rXr^(1/2) which is Kepler's distance law v=r/t=1/r^(1/2) which applies throughout the whole universe.
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