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Carpenter's Level Am It Ravity Compass?

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on April 11, 2002 01:21:52 UTC

Bubble, not knowing geometry, is responding to
Time in local model is internally consistent but
rarely is relevant ta Big Time, which is best
represented as incremental decay of the universe.
Local time how removed from big time?
Relates to how curved space in that locale.

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