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Posted by Indigo on May 30, 2004 18:26:11 UTC

All of your information is greatly appreciated, not to mention interesting. Due to my never taking a physics class though (I only take astronomy and it's actually a long story as to why I never took physics), it's difficult to follow.

I'm thinking of just teaching myself physics by reading one of my friends' old Physics books. I only understand very elementary things (and it annoys me to no end that my knowledge is so limited).

Alas...

And I have so many theories in Chemistry (especially something I have dubbed "The Twenty-Seven Principal"), but no chemists that can help me out! It has to do with the SST anti-waves you were talking about...how they'll cancer each other out. I believe I can do this using elements.

Call me insane, but I believe the entire universe is a mathematical code, and I'm determined to believe that solving at least a minute amount of anti-thesis involves the number twenty-seven...

I need to research the electron orbits around an atomic nucleus to be sure though. It's just a stupid thought that...has so far been shown true in every poison - antidote cure.

~Indi

My head hurts to much as of now to read anymore of this lol.

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