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Posted by Brian Kirk Parquette on July 21, 2001 22:01:03 UTC

""Even any single bit of information CAN NOT be sent in the past (or to the future), because it can be a bit to kill you (To the past. To the future it can be a bit ensuring that something goes certain way, but then change/reverse this in a meantime - before the future arrives). -Alexander quote""

Quite the grand statement Alexander.
Wouldnt "You cant go back in time because its dangerous, and theres questions and theres just no reason to do it-6 dimensionally advantaged bkparque"
Now that we have that figured out, things which are smaller travel faster than things which are smaller travel slower ect, and two intersecting frames of reference... I guess time is exactly what jumpspace it is, its an evereNLARGENING thread through space and time which is infinite in both directions, one of overall expansion where everything to all of its recognized coordinate gets Large'R . or one of contraction, where everything to all of its recognized coordinates gets smaller to micro cosmic infinty. Eat einsteins doublebit.

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