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BE SURE TO READ4th imension Is Possible And So Is Time Travel

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Posted by Radhika on August 5, 1999 07:52:36 UTC

: Yes, but nobody's going to be disappointed because that has already been established! However, if you get just close enough to a black hole (but not to close), you can go 1,000 times slower in time (while the time around you is normal) so that so you can actually travel forward in time! Picture staying in this position for 1 year, coming out of it, and being 10,000 years in the future!

: Hey everyone, be sure to email me, so that you can get the URL to my Theoretical Astrophyics Page (not yet up). : HOW CAN YOU SAY THAT YHERES NO 4th DIM.? SO ITS NOT BEEN PROVEN YET THAT THERE IS ,BUT THEN AGAIN IT HASNT BEEN PROVEN THAT THERES NOT!! KEEP AN OPEN MIND YOU GUYS! Y'SEE WE HAVE BEEN LOOKING AT WORLDLY( &HEAVENLY ) :PHENOMENON AS DIFFERENT COMPARTMENTS IN THE SAME BOX BUT WHAT IF THAT BOX HAS NO COMPARTMENTS AT ALL &IS A CONTINOUS SPACE?LIKE WHERE (THEOR.) MATTER VANISHES BELOW 0K, THERE THE MATTER COULD BE GOING INTO THE 4th DIMENSION .INSTEAD NEAR BLACKHOLE 4thDIM. THEORY WHAT I MEAN IS THE POSSIBILITY OF 4thDIM. DOSENT END WITH BLACKHOLES.SORRY I CANT TYPE MORE ,I CANT TYPE VERY WELL(MY SPEED IS 6WPM AND INTERNET TIME IS COSTLY) :BYE -RADHIKA

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