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    We seem to have learned the same physics. I think...

    I'm saying Mr. Doppler is going to make it longer, also. The car gets just as stretched as the photons.[/QUOTE]
    And I’m saying that’s incorrect physics. Can you give me any reference or physics...
  2. Intelligence and technology are not synonyms....

    Intelligence and technology are not synonyms. Human intelligence just happened to express itself in technological advances because humans needed it to flourish with no fangs, claws, speed, strength,...
  3. Governments??? You really want politicians to...

    Governments??? You really want politicians to decide medical questions? Why not the winning cook in a 'cook-off'?

    I would think the opinions of medical professionals would be a better choice......
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    Doppler concerns the energy of the light received...

    Because you're asking the wrong guy. Lorentz isn't the guy to be talking to, you need Mr. Doppler.[/QUOTE]
    Doppler concerns the energy of the light received from a moving object. Lorentz concerns...
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    :thumbsup: ...For the win...

    The apparent elongation would come
    from photons emitted from the rear left, that would have been absorbed by or bounced off the car at non-relativistic speeds.
    /guess[/QUOTE]
    Or it could be as...
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    Damn... CERN is a scam??? :eek:

    Damn... CERN is a scam??? :eek:
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    I don't see that foreknowledge would or could be...

    I don't see that foreknowledge would or could be causal. But if there is perfect foreknowledge then it is a knowing of what will definitely happen and there is nothing that can be done to keep it...
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    The model you are talking about is not flat, open...

    The model you are talking about is not flat, open Euclidean space. It would be riemannian space and you are imagining seeing it from outside the universe and, I assume, imagining yourself in...
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    At least for Apollo 13.

    Didn't suck? Him getting back alive was more about luck than not sucking.[/QUOTE]

    That's still true for any space mission[/QUOTE]

    At least for Apollo 13.
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    Are you saying that it failed the Turing Test? ;)

    Are you somebody's AI project and is this a Turing Test?[/QUOTE]

    Are you saying that it failed the Turing Test? ;)
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    Can't you offer anything other than gibberish? ...

    You have declared that several times. And yet you have offered nothing to support the claim.

    What is on the other side of the finite limit of space since you insist space is finite?[/QUOTE]

    It...
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    You have declared that several times. And yet you...

    Yup, looks like it. The problem this time, however, is in his decree that something must be measurable to be real. The proof of such a decree may be amusing if he would offer one.[/QUOTE]

    If it is...
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    Yup, looks like it. The problem this time,...

    Yup, looks like it. The problem this time, however, is in his decree that something must be measurable to be real. The proof of such a decree may be amusing if he would offer one.
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    My error. I thought it was a Tass article...

    Odd. Did Putin have some kind of problem with Gagarin?

    Maybe they will mention Gagarin on the 100th anniversary.[/QUOTE]

    I did not know Putin was a head of US State Department.[/QUOTE]

    My...
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    Odd. Did Putin have some kind of problem with...

    Odd. Did Putin have some kind of problem with Gagarin?

    Maybe they will mention Gagarin on the 100th anniversary.
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    No. That is not what I mean. I wrote what I mean....

    You mean you have memory therefore the past is out there waiting to be returned to?[/QUOTE]
    No. That is not what I mean. I wrote what I mean.

    I always liked the saying, "reality is not only...
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    Well I should. I am visiting 'your now' from...

    Moving through space is something we do constantly.

    But when I move from Cleveland to Houston I am not still in Cleveland.

    And there is not a shred of evidence of a person moving into the past...
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    And this is blind denial based only on the...

    This is empty conjecture without a shred of evidence to support it.

    Something derived from a model, which is an idealized abstracted approximation of reality. Not something derived from reality...
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    No I am not claiming that at all. According to...

    Science is more than conjecture.

    Mere conjecture minus any data is not science at all.

    You are claiming that all the configurations of matter/energy from the past are stored somehow.
    [/QUOTE]...
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    Why do you think he would want to discuss it with...

    When Einstein gets here I'll discuss it with him.[/QUOTE]
    Why do you think he would want to discuss it with you if he were still alive? I would think that he would prefer to discuss it with someone...
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    Einstein would tend to disagree with your...

    Einstein would tend to disagree with your understanding of 'reality'.



    Past, present, and future all exist in uncle Al's block universe.
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    Interesting that you quote Thermodynamics but...

    No it isn't.

    [/quote]
    Interesting that you quote Thermodynamics but deny that matter can be changed to energy and energy to matter.
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    I figured that the containment would probably...

    There containment of that energy being only a minor technical concern to be worked out.. ;)[/QUOTE]

    Hey, it's time travel. Not only is it likely to be expensive, it's probably not going to be very...
  24. I only watched the preview but it looks like the...

    I only watched the preview but it looks like the producers consulted with paleontologists but not with paleo-climatologists. During the late Cretaceous there were no ice caps. The arctic was...
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    There containment of that energy being only a...

    There containment of that energy being only a minor technical concern to be worked out.. ;)
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