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Topic: Action-Reaction: Instantaneous VS Gradual
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hanson

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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:
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"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.
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Earl of Analdorkles wrote:
See a[ndrocles'] psychiatrist, Max Ehrmann,
"jdawe", you are totally deranged.
*plonk*
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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.
TreBert

Prof/teacher "Sam Wormley" <swormley1@gmail.com> wrote:
Maxwell did, not Einstein.
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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...
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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."
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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,
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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 ----------
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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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