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Light Also Has Planar And Time Natures

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Posted by Mike Pearson on January 8, 2002 01:43:28 UTC

Okay, Loius, or whatever your name is,
you're right in one sense; it would be nice to
isolate photons and detail them.

"Particle & Wave". . . dual nature of light
derives from geometry's "point & line (segment or arc)
A "glerg" is unknown to me. Where in geometry is a "Glerg?' Do you have a URL about that?

Surely light's nature also corresponds to plane and time etc.

That would be a term used by Moral Absolutists, nicht wahr? I regret that Einstein's domestic partners were not happier their whole lives. I would change that if I could. But I cannot amend it by buying your "Glerg" Theory.

Profane Geometry makes pretty wholesome pixils if viewed right

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