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Posted by Richard D. Stafford, Ph.D. on October 11, 2001 20:37:30 UTC


The essence of magic is misdirection of attention. With it, magicians can fool us even when we know they are fooling us. I have heard magicians say that scientists are often the easiest people to fool because their attention tends to be so focused. How long do you think we can be fooled if we don't even know we are being fooled?

>>>In any case, the issue for me is whether there are inherent problems with time travel as it pertains to the equations of general and special relativity.>>As for your paper ... Wouldn't this fact make it a theory?

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