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Topic: Action-Reaction: The Cosmological Constant
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Re: Action-Reaction: The Cosmological Constant
Posted: Nov 4, 2011 8:18 PM
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"John Gogo" <jfgogo22@yahoo.com> wrote in message
This concept of zero is like Newton's concept of inertia- true inertia
or zero is never truly achieved. Instead zero and inertia become a
hypothetical zero invented by man- to measure the extrapolated event
in question- to measure a quantity like one or 10,000.

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