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Posted by Human I. Scientist on July 1, 1998 06:46:05 UTC

We can see, light. We can see, colors. We can see, matter, material forms. We can see life.

Our eyes are material 'thing'.

What we see, is material thing.

I say again. Speed of light is not constant. Energy is material moveing process. E=M(MS)2, where MS is Matter speed itself.

And this lovely material thing is place, called 'Space'. And this space dont have sensing form. And this form 'is'.

Forget Black Holes, Constant light speed. These are in the book.

Look nature.

This is pure Human I. Scientist, opinion.

Love and Peace.

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