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Posted by Duane Eddy on April 17, 2003 17:00:51 UTC

It comes in a mach set with the weightless elevator and the infinite power engine.

This does elude to a question though.

At what point does the uncertainty principal come into effect?

If gravity waves have a wavelength then there is a limit to the accuracy of the information which can be conveyed by them.

Is there a condition in which the vector direction would be evident?

How about for an object which is close to a black hole event horizon?

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