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Hi Chris....are You Going To Jump All Over Ignore Me Too?

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Posted by H.S.Sapiens on November 7, 2002 05:58:09 UTC

"Who said that a future existed? Time may not be linear, it may not "pass" as we perceive it."

To answer your Q how about:
Love takes note of particles/waves/matrices/secondar-effects/complex-systems ...in motion....
which interact, forming irrevocably new associations a la chemistry, atomic decay, plasma physics. Time is the sequential progression of these changes. Atomic clocks
help measure time in a sense, but not the only sense.


"If you and I were to get into rockets and head in the opposite directions from each other, both traveling at the speed of light, our relative speed would be greater than the speed of light, so maybe the speed of light isn't the cosmic speed limit."

I would comment further but I want to let the anonymous guys and Ivy Leaguers (except Dr. Dick) squirm
in their seeming immaturity some more. I think
Dr. Dick realizes most of anything I would say
here but the immature rudness is uniquely my own.

Thanks, Chris.
Mike

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