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No Such Thing As Time, Present Only As We React With It...

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Posted by Phil.O.Sofir on December 5, 2000 01:49:28 UTC

Fluid movement in all directions forming groups of physical matter based upon just a might bit more that purely physical as we know them forces.
No time, pockets of unbelievably large singularities/universes throught the infinite universe, movement of life as well, so big that even over spans of trade between these awesome transactions, total mixture could never occure.
Never an exact duplicate overall reality, so could never even be comprehended, naturally.
As far as all this time warp fantasy, I don't know nuthin about it, so it is my our reality.
Awfully hard to function without using those refrences though!
Nothing is ever "coming back" from the past, the only possibility is evolving in the present.
So here we are, experiancing the movement of the present, totally oblivious to its nature.
Ah what a load of Language Removed huh?
Wine still tastes good to the lips, and true friends are a treasure of the heart.
Black holes? DO we really have a clue?
Geologic time, universal? Not a clue or what?
Bangs of no one knows how big. I've run out of things to say, thank god! Need some humor.

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