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Re: Antigravity

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Posted by To-Ponder/">To-Ponder on July 18, 1999 09:25:14 UTC

Hummm, Hoskins has an interesting thought on the spinning aspect of life on an orb. Though in practice, the force is pressed outward and hence anything on the outside would be flung off and things on the inside would be pressed to the outer shell. But I have probably overlooked another field effect.

Zalyn posed the possibility of time compression/warpage. A great deal of physics interpretation relies on the concept of time being real, physical, actual.

I submit that time does not exist. It is not a diminsion of measure such as length, width or depth. Only the present exists. The past does not exist. Only photo's, memories and other such devices of recording, which exist only in the present. One may argue that they existed in the past, but that was only the present.

With all of the focus assuming that the theory of time being a dimision is a fact, I feel that we may have overlooked an alternative, possibly the true reason for some of these phenomina.

: yes I believe there is antigravity, ther is a lot of factual evidence that supports : antimatter, witha lot of floating theories. Also lately at UW, I have heard a lot about : antiworlds, which may exist in other universes , where time runs backwards, : everything has its oppisite, and it is all relative, just as time is

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