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Posted by Luis Hamburgh on May 10, 2002 01:49:54 UTC

What is magic today may be reality tomorrow.

I do believe one of your sixteen personas penned that thought a few months back.

In my model... oh yes, haven't I told you? I have a model. :P

In my model, everything exists in all dimensions, but can only move in 3. Except light, and, I suppose, other massless stuff. Oh, did I mention I'm going to define mass? That'll be one of my many revelations.

Alas, I fear no one but I will understand my complex theory for, say... fifty years or more. But I am confident I shall go down in the books as one of the greatest minds of the 21st century, of all time!

Yes, I have a model. Soon I'll reveal my beautiful idea, in its newborn innocence, fumbling about in a gooey sac of nonsequitur afterbirth. Baby prey everyone here might ridicule. Oh, folks like you and Alan won't be too harsh, but the math experts will have a field day with it.

Maybe all I need is a cracker-jack mathematician, like Stafford, to add some numbers to my fantasy -- then it'd be a real chewy heap of cat dung for the math dogs!

(drum roll)

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