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Topic: Action-Reaction: Instantaneous VS Gradual
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herbert glazier

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Re: Action-Reaction: Instantaneous VS Gradual
Posted: Dec 2, 2012 8:27 PM
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On Dec 2, 7:13 pm, jdawe <mrjd...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Dec 3, 10:51 am, "Lord Androcles, Zeroth Earl of Medway"
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> <LordAndroc...@December2012.org> wrote:

> > "jdawe"  wrote in message
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> >news:e204196a-3b82-46b3-9490-ab7815ae1fd2@v9g2000pbi.googlegroups.com...
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> > The fastest way to travel between two points in space is via a
> > straight line.

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> > In fact, if you travel on a true straight line to your destination
> > then you will get there instantaneously.

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> > So, how fast is instantaneous? Well it is ZERO of course...
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> > An instantaneous journey takes 0 seconds, 0 hours and 0 days.
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> > Forget light speed.. and forget Star Trek warp speed...
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> > Instantaneous is the quickest way we can arrive at our destination.
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> > Perfect - Imperfect
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> > Instantaneous - Gradual
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> > Linear - Curvature
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> > Continuum - Discrete
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> > Zero - Value
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> > Fiction - Fact
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> > So, a Perfect, Instantaneous, Linear, Continuum of ZERO seconds to our
> > destination is a Fictitious fantasy!

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> > Impossible - Possible
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> > Absolute - Relative
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> > Even though it is impossible to obtain we must still start from this
> > absolute reference frame when we are calculating our equations:

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> > Begin - End
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> > We must always begin with ZERO.
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> > 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.

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> > Mathematically, we represent this straight line with a 0.
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> > Zero degrees linear, zero seconds etc.
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> > 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.

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> > Instantaneous - Gradual
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> > Linear - Curved
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> > For each degree of CURVATURE encountered a GRADUAL time value must be
> > added to the INSTANTANEOUS  LINEAR 0.

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> > See a psychiatrist, you are totally deranged.
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> > -- This message is brought to you from the keyboard of
> > Lord Androcles, Zeroth Earl of Medway

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> The funny thing is even though the Absolute, Linear, Continuum is
> INSTANTANEOUS it is also absolutely at rest. It is PASSIVELY
> INSTANTANEOUS.
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> The best way to understand this is look at a garden hose.
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> The more we remove the various kinks out of that hose then the fasert
> the water will come out the end. If we remove all the kinks out of the
> hose so that it is a perfect straight line then the water would go
> through instantaneously.
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> Even though the hose represents instantaneous travel it is also at
> rest relative to the water flowing through it.
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> This is why instantaneous is a passive constant not an active
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> And of course that passive constant is 0.


You have to be kidding. The kink is in your thinking Trebet



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