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Posted by Human I. Scientist. on June 9, 1998 04:18:17 UTC

Joe and Thed and I.

We look same nature. We see same sun. We are in same Universe.

I see, that science has going fog this time-space theoryes.

When i walk at field some distance a to b, i walk. It take some time, if i measure it time unit.

If sun of our galacy is point a and sun of some other galaxy is point b, and i walk, point a to point b. It take some time, if i measure it time unit.

When i was child, i dont known what is other side of my home field. I grow. When i am now, i dont know what is other side of dark space. I grow. But what do i have to know? I want to live at earth many centuries. I cannot.

Size is. It is not small and big.

Form is. It is not beautiful or unbeautiful.

Current is. It is not positive or negative.

This conversation is not 'in/out' goog/bad, right/wrong.

Everything 'is' 'in'.

But; How to live, nice, happy life, to many years?

Look the nature. There is everything at our life.

Now i have spoke too much. You know these things, well, better than me. I'am only poor lonesome Human.

Love. HIS. ps. Keep yours atoms 'clearly'. Eat clean


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