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jdawe
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ActionReaction: Instantaneous VS Gradual
Posted:
Dec 2, 2012 6:48 PM


The fastest way to travel between two points in space is via a straight line.
In fact, if you travel on a true straight line to your destination then you will get there instantaneously.
So, how fast is instantaneous? Well it is ZERO of course...
An instantaneous journey takes 0 seconds, 0 hours and 0 days.
Forget light speed.. and forget Star Trek warp speed...
Instantaneous is the quickest way we can arrive at our destination.

Perfect  Imperfect
Instantaneous  Gradual
Linear  Curvature
Continuum  Discrete
Zero  Value
Fiction  Fact
So, a Perfect, Instantaneous, Linear, Continuum of ZERO seconds to our destination is a Fictitious fantasy!
Impossible  Possible
Absolute  Relative
Even though it is impossible to obtain we must still start from this absolute reference frame when we are calculating our equations:
Begin  End
We must always begin with ZERO.
If we are going to calculate how long it will take for us to get from point A to point B then we draw a fictitious straight line from point A to point B.
Mathematically, we represent this straight line with a 0.
Zero degrees linear, zero seconds etc.
RELATIVE to this 0 degree ABSOLUTE straight line reference frame we get a degree of curvature that must be encountered for us to reach the destination in real life.
Instantaneous  Gradual
Linear  Curved
For each degree of CURVATURE encountered a GRADUAL time value must be added to the INSTANTANEOUS LINEAR 0.



