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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on September 29, 2004 14:55:31 UTC



Yanniru wrote:
"Ever notice how lower forms of life such as chipmonks or birds or flies react so much more quickly than humans. They just operate at a much higher frequency than us. So as we die and then develop into higher forms of life, which are eventually godlike, our experience of time becomes slower and slower-i.e., lower frequency."

Human brain cycles between 300 and 1300 times per second. A neuromuscular signal can travel from brain to foot and back in half a second.
Our eyelids can flutter almost unbelievably fast to shut out incoming material.

and Yanniru wrote:
"For me, it's all physics and math, including GOD.

But then you know so little about it. :) You have previously mentioned that I am "outclassed" on astronomy.net
Yet in ignoring my posts, neither you nor Harv show much "class." Would you like people to see you as classy?
Lovingly,
Mike

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