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Topic: Action-Reaction: Instantaneous VS Gradual
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Re: Action-Reaction: Instantaneous VS Gradual
Posted: Dec 3, 2012 2:00 AM
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Jailbird "G=EMC^2" Hebe-Herbie<herbertglazier0@gmail.com> wrote:

"jdawe" <mrjdawe@gmail.com> wrote:
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.
Earl of Analdorkles wrote:
See a[ndrocles'] psychiatrist, Max Ehrmann,
"jdawe", you are totally deranged.
Enter the Jewish Jailbird G=EMC^2 who wrote:
Einstein gave us light speed,and
I, Kike Glazier, gave the "TIME LAPSE THEORY"
Instant action might be reality in the micro realm.

Prof/teacher "Sam Wormley" <swormley1@gmail.com> wrote:
Maxwell did, not Einstein.
hanson wrote:
Sam & Hebe-Herbie: Nobody gave "c" to anybody.
<http://www.speed-light.info/measurement.htm> says:
The first successful measurement of "c" was made by
Ole Roemer in 1676.... & Galileo even before him...
Of course, Hebe-Herbie has always a Prolapse
in his micro-brain but is in good company with "jdawe"
and Einstein who said in his fa-mouse 1905 paper:
|||AE||| "the velocity of light 'c' in our theory (SR) plays
|||AE||| the part, physically, of an infinitely great velocity."
Now, if you wanna dream and speculate about "jdawe"'s
pre-plonk worries less out-landishly, then "jdawe" and'
Einstein did, with their infinitely large speed of travel,
then you might simply says that the fasted speed in the
real universe is when you cross the distance across
the accessible universe (D) in 1 unit of Planck time (t) =
-------- v_max = D / t = 6E+71 cm/s ----------
Of course in such flights of fancy there is no limit
since there are plenty more time units smaller then
Planck's... Thanks for the laughs, guys.... ahahaha..
hahahahaha... ahahahahanson


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