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Posted by Not On Your Life on June 4, 2003 03:06:51 UTC

Bruce: "he (Dr. Dick) never has been able to get over the fact that there is no universal reference frame for time and space intervals"

Blaine Steinert: "Exactly! Thank you!"

1) Although mainstream physics agrees there is no known universal reference time for time and space intervals, are you saying mainstream physics agrees there is no possibility that there is a universal reference time for time and space intervals?
I raised a clear question about this several times, describing a possible exception, and
bruce has very ostentatiously avoided giving
any reply at all. How about you, Blaine? Will
you give it a try if I hunt the link?

2) Blaine, how do you know this about Dr. Dick? It seems to be a psychological observation.

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