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Re: The Observer Is Still Mass

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Posted by xyz on February 9, 2000 19:37:25 UTC

xyz: hold simple, think man. Flesh is mass, the observer is flesh, and mass always views (in this stable status quo) energy relative to c squared... this does not vary. It does not matter how fast the flesh may be going, mass's relationship to energy remains the same.

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