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Old 09-17-2011, 02:52 PM
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it means time was invented by human beings the egyptians to b specific and it shud be irrelavent to all things true

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it means time was invented by human beings the egyptians to b specific and it shud be irrelavent to all things true
FUnny, then why were people in paleolithic times measuring time well before the Egyptians. Perhaps the concept of time was first invented by man, but it is a core principle of the universe.
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Yes I have, and no, I dont see your point. Without time there is no causality, which means that it is a characteristic of the universe.
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Old 09-17-2011, 05:10 PM
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A lot of people get confused by magnetism.
On this much we agree!.

That said - I'd be interested in your thoughts about this possibility then.

Recall Bearden's details about the source charge, and my laymans explanation with the long copper wire and electrons and time taken to excite them all?.

What of magnetism is also like this.....thus far we have only discovered HALF of the phenomenon..

Now - next question - have you at all attempted to resolve the unified field equation I set 2 pages back?

Lastly......

Go to Utube and type in nassim harramein...and watch his 2 x 4 hour videos.

Please make the time - it's important.

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While magnetism has never been unified with gravity, simple observation tells us that magnetism alone has no effect of the passage of time. We now can measure the passage of time in incredibly small increments, and in fact have genernerated magnetice feilds far grater than that and noticed no time effect would tend to mean that even if there is a connection, it must be incredibly small.

I did have one thought about your infinite speed of light idea. While we know that the speed of light photons is not infinite, for massive objects it effectively is because you simply cannot attain that velocity. So I apologise because you are quite correct in that regard.
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Old 09-17-2011, 09:05 PM
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philosophy at its finest im open to ians ideas about time and can agree with them but i have to say engineer your concept on time is str8 up confusing man
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Sorry you dont understand elementary physics.
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I am a 16 year old male who attends a bording school name athol murray notre dame and i am the one who is sorry for my grade 11 education i might not be as educated as you or ian but i still have a decent understanding of whats really going on in this world and to me that is more important. i thought that by my user name people whud understand i was younger.

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Old 09-17-2011, 09:24 PM
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Well, if you have any specific questions, you can always ask. Ian and I would be more then happy to entertain them, even if we cant answer them. And yes, I am quite familiar with Canada. In fact, I helped install Calgary's light rail system.

If I may make a suggestion...install Firefox if you can.
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Old 09-17-2011, 09:29 PM
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first off what is canadas light rail system and second what is so great about firefox and why do all my teachers make me use firefox instead of internet.

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