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Posted by Phil.O.Sofir on April 8, 2000 16:59:30 UTC

I wonder what the results of this experiment might be?
Build three VACUMES, place a material that is used for
dating methods, uranium, plutonium, and cut a single
piece of material into six parts ensuring the same "age"
for all six pieces, place three in the vacumes and three
without, keep one set on earth, send another set on a
round trip journey of five years and one set at ten years
at the fastest speed we can achieve today
(sustained acceleration up to almost light speed?), also
right next to the vacumes have the material without the vacumes.
So three sets of material each set has one in vacume and one not
and each set to be examined and compaired to the earth bound set.


I wonder what the results will be?

Any opinions?

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