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Posted By Rich On December 10, 2000 21:36:32

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Posted by Mohammad Isa Mirsiam on December 11, 2000 05:51:25 UTC

You Wrote:
The "suspended animation" was used as part of the example because it takes a while for such a time difference to be noticed in most situations where bodies are virtually at rest, relative to the speed of light.

"suspended animation" Brings us to an interesting
subject of Time and Eternity; Eternity-past and Eternity-future as in eternity past Existence was before what we even call existence even by the estimated age of the Cosmoses.

The PAST and the FUTURE both are in suspension to the one who created all things; but the future is ever changing, as it becomes the past, and the past is ever present but decaying until it is brought to naught (at the point of equilibrium) where all things started. By this saying many believe that all things will return to the one who makes them.

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Jisbond



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