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Posted by Les on October 13, 1998 20:12:00 UTC

Not to belabor the point, Shadow. The key is to find a way to isolate an area, such as a single laboratory in the early stages. Later, the areas would be expanded.

Believe it or not, this is the kind of early knowledge that can be unexpectedly utilized in the distant future when correlating technologies such as quantum physics are perfected.

It's not apparent today, but at some point in the future we will be able to transfer matter from one place to the next by breaking it down "molecularly." The early stages of studying the human body via the Human Genome project is just the beginning. Today it's genes, tomorrow atoms.

Open up your imagination to the possibilities, God inhabits the ether or the "spiritual realm," you know.

: : 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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