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Re: Time-travell....hmm?

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Posted by daViper on July 28, 1999 23:02:23 UTC

: I have read these time-travell-issues.....

: I think that there is some kind of problem to understand, : what time is....

: Time is measuring method, : matter move, make move, and we have numbering it, and we say, time.

: Time-itself is not existing thing, matter-thing.

: Time-travell.... : What move, matter move, and when matter has move, point to other point, it is not possible to come back, to but clock walking backward's. : Why? : Because, everyhing, what move, has make something, and then it is different, that before moving-process. : We can see at nature, what move, dont go back.

: We can use our life to solve problem time-travell, but it is non-nature work. : We, nobody, cannot travell back or forward, via time.

: Our body, matter part, move all time, make form, living, and die.

: That is nature thing.

: Of cource we can use our brain-imagine, to make this kind of travell things, but at real life. : We cannot do time-travell.

: Why we need that kind of nature-thing?

: I dont know?

: Cont.... human. ::::::::::::: I'm with you on this my friend. I agree whole heartedly.

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