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Posted by J Raymond Redbourne on November 11, 2002 22:19:57 UTC

except Relativity.

If as velocity approaches c, the mass increases toward infinity, and length approaches zero, we have an extension to c, which says that at c, we have infinite mass contained "within" zero volume,...I'd have to say you're being intentionally selective.

This is legal-argument pure and simple, by a lawyer. There is no intent to uncover truth, but merely intent to get in the last word as loud as possible, and get his client off free.

It's an Old Boy's Club, run by the lawyers, for the lawyers.

You might check the history of revolutions: what caused them, and how it turned out for the "nobility".

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