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Posted by Nick Mostek/">Nick Mostek on October 14, 1998 22:17:46 UTC

Les, it's not hard for me to say that this theory of yours would get a great deal of laughs from almost any scientist. Molecular field disruption mathmatically calibrated on a different dimension for time travel (and angels)? I'd like to know how you plan to pinpoint these molecules (and atoms, electrons, etc) given the wave-particle duality of matter (ie momentum vs position). I'd like to know how you translate from "disruption" into physical form....in a different time no less. I'd like to know where and how you'd store the information of all those locations...the storage capacity and computations needed is far beyond all the computers on earth put together (just read Physics of Star Trek by Lawrence Krauss).

"Open up you minds" you say. This sort of theory is WHY science is so skeptical. There are many more time-travel theories out there, many of which are just as absurb, but a few stand with a skant bit of merit. But the point is to keep it realistic, within the realm of possibility.

And just how this relates to your spirituality... well, that sort of leap may not be so hard for you.

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