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Posted by Gauldin , Edward on January 29, 2001 05:50:20 UTC

Looking over some previous post namely January
10 I found some very good Ideas I had failed to notice before. I have a question for you however
how does an electron orbiting an atom reckon time.
Does it feel or show the effects of what we call
time. Also if you were to travel at faster than the speed of light would you just catch up to the light that had passed you by. Also universe were
to start to contract whose to say it would have to
go back to another BIG BANG. Maybe it would contract for a while and then there would be a big
hiccup and it would start to expand again.
Anyway I thought that thread starting with
January 10 thru January 12 was very good so I wanted to try to revisit some of the ideas there.
I have always thought the only true time that exsists is the change in states that matter and energy go thru. Effectively time is simply a measurement of change.


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