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RE: From 1-D To 6-D

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Posted by Brian Kirk Parquette on October 30, 2000 23:39:57 UTC

Manifest Natural Precedence
For Accelerating Expansion: (‘It’s The Water’) Very much on the order of 360 degree arcs of ripples (or pie-plate charted portions
thereof) emanating from the center dis-turbance point on the surface of a pool of water. The newer, earl-ier ripples not only expanding,
but also accelerating. Moving ever more swiftly; with the aging development of distance from center source of disturbance. Not only is
qualified continuous expansion, colloquially and precisely found here (on the surface of water), but also acceleration. A ubiquitous,
natural systemic emergence of an expanding; accelerating system. Laymen often flatly deny ac-celeration of water ripples: they are wrong
(refer, ‘All wet’. ‘Go fish’ etc.). When all else fails: read the instructions. Good morning class. Today we’re going to wake up to sleep
induc-ing lectures on theoretical physics; from now on. From dawning spin-in to dusking spin-out. Opposition here may optionally
augur-in and/or crash and burn spectacularly at the front of the class. Once you’re in, you’re in for the revolving binary duration.
Condemned to keep adding up to the 3 Body Problem. Where 2 wrongs don’t make a right. But, 3 doodoo. Please restrain any residual
applause? (All background noise, including hissing, booing and flatulence, will only be improperly inter-preted as further proof of the Big
Bang theory

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