SPECIAL NOTE: It seems like I worked this formula out several times and there was an error in it. The idea is that it must work every time and I believe it ran into problems around the third time. 
The Evolution Math Formula seen in a vision last night about 3:00 A.M., 31 August 1993
X+B=C
D+B=F
if F>C then A is no longer in the supercode/evolutionary formula and C now =D
if F<C then D is no longer in the supercode/evolutionary formula and F now =A
A and D are mathematical complexities of evolution that essentially represent which came first. At the beginning of evolution A would be 1 (one) and D would be 2 (two) As the formula increased then A and D change. Also A could be injected in the formula at any given time of its execution. However, it could not be injected with a number lower than the current A of the formula. This is to work out evolutionary possibilities that may occur in the future.
B is a mathematical time that increases each time the formula is worked
A=1
D=2
B=1
A+B=2
D+B=3
F>C therefore A=3
Now there is room for a new D Since the old one ceased. It now comes from another space time by multiplication. Because if no D enters then A will replicate itself as B increases and attempt to occupy a nearby space.
We can say with one replication it occupies the space of the D+B formula but when attempting another replication it must find more space. And in the attempt to find the more space the formula works itself again (this essentially means another time must occur for the object to attempt a change. For the object that is being invaded another (the same as the invader) must also occur. But the invaded objects space does not necessarily change (If the attempt at invasion is a failure then the space does not change ((perhaps this is stability)))
OTHER NOTES ON THE SIDE OF THE PAPER
Probably DA is the object in its space  D&A=object
B=time C&F=evolutionary (truth??) Note: I cannot make out that word that appears to be (truth??)

Is D&A the object in its space or just the object? Is B time or space/time? 
© Jack Bowman