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Re: Off The Wall

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Posted by Shadows/">Shadows on October 12, 1998 18:39:43 UTC

: So, what's so difficult about mathmatically tracking : the disruption of molecules?

I'll ignore the first part for the sake of the argument, what's difficult about mathmatically tracking the disruption of molecules is that molecules are generally randomly spread every where so you couldn't just test to see where there happened to be a disruption. There is a better chance of a person being sent into the distant future by a random act of nature than being able to accurately track disruption.

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