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Topic: Two Times and Albert Einstein
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Two Times and Albert Einstein
Posted: Mar 26, 2012 7:27 PM
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He thought of gravity and acceleration as two effects on one time.
There are really two times. One for the field of gravity and the other
for matter's motion.
The math is the Gamma factor but the simplest and as its inverse.
You divide C by gamma for the slowdown of time from its fastest point.
Roy Masters fights me without math and won't accept two times
scientifically.
He is an idiot to fight...

Mitchell Raemsch; Murray Gell Mann and Alia Sabur representing....



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