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Posted by Shadows on November 3, 1998 16:19:03 UTC

: I see... and thank you RFL for your explanation. : I like to "RFL" your feathers. :)

: so as i understand it. exotic matter could be more or less : coined that its existence is not on a relative : basis compared to a flat reference, ie. flat space. : But rather is it the direct opposite of "normal" : gravity?

: If this is the case, It would seem that space/time : is not curved, but continuous; infinite. : And that time is always and always has been?

: If you havn't allready noticed, i approach physics : more from a philosophical approach and visualization. : My major is electronics and i'm currently an engineer. : I havn't spent long hours learning all the equations : and in depth quantum physics as some here have. Although : I would genuinely desire to do so. Maybe someday I : will... (after I get married next month) :)

I know this is not my conversation and it is off the subject but, Congragulations nåte.

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