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Posted by M.W.Pearson on January 10, 2002 02:52:02 UTC

Explain this, please
Or tell me it's not clear,
or rather puzzling...

We do not add or subtract velocity
on an object thrown against or with
Earth's rotation.

But when you travel very near light speed
in case 1)
not controlled a large gravity source;
or case 2)
controlled by a large gravity source;

THEN
do your physio-electronics continue
to work right or are their various
angular directions within your body causing
you to lose your geometry?

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