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Posted by Ralph/">Ralph on September 17, 1999 23:38:16 UTC

What if everthing vibrates at a certain speed, the quarks I mean, and atoms, at a certain frequency, then if something is out of that particular wave field, then slower things are in the future, waiting to speed up to see it, and the faster ones would be past, they've already formed, and will change frequencies once more, into oblivium/slower, reused in the particles/speed to make the future, so that means time travel is immpossible...

-Ralph Bigio (PS) I'd love to hear what comments anyone has to put in...

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