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Posted by Jon Thompson on April 24, 1998 22:07:42 UTC

Ok, so a peice of paper may crease, but their are fabrics which dont, and, given that space time is more like water than paper,(as far as surface reaction), I doubt it would crease, although I had thought of that problem before. Good thought though. Also, space time is in constant repair and movement, and thus would not be affected dramatically by our intercourse, In my humble opinion. Please feel free to respond. I am only fifteen, so yall probably know more than me.....ok, till then, salutations!

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