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Topic: Entanglement causes causality?
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Re: Entanglement causes causality?
Posted: Sep 7, 2013 5:35 PM
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..... ahahahaha... AHAHAHAHA... ahahaha...
J. Michael, the trolling Peddler # "7" offered recently
some of his < enema_gadgets_@dot.com> in his
weekly specials, namely his "Black Hole Bubble" &
his "Higgs Machine" for colonal irrigation & also his
"1/r Cold g-spot" ass-wash enema-gadget #3.
J. Michael, the trolling Peddler # "7" needs help now
from Usenet posters to bring his enema-gadget #4
to market, as can be seen when
I. Michael, the trolling Peddler # "7" wrote:
I'm working on a digital version of a quantum computer.
But there is a problem when implementing its logic.
It hides an extremely deep problem in causality due
to the butterfly effect.
What we see as fuzzy objects is the entire universe as
a mechanism that ticks all at once because of quantum
I notice that someone needs to sort out why entanglements
do not cause causality. ---- There is no escape.
hanson wrote

Well, do not give up, JM. It is suggested for JM to use
Y. Porat's "circulons" which are heavy on the culo, and
may disentangle the cause of causality.
Thanks for the laughs, JMJ, you precious schmuck!
ahahahaha... ahahahahanson

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