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Is Space Close To The Nucleus 2d?

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Posted by Eric J. Andresen on May 21, 2005 04:27:59 UTC

There is a lot I am picking up Richard...do you consider time still a 4th dimension? I am not so sure...the way I look at it...time is a force, and there appears to be time particle at the center of protons and neutrons. There appears to be time and weak force interactions on the pool of acceleration and/or deceleration particles that seem to exist on the strong force boundary.
And there is a null space...maybe that is the 4th dimension.

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