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Topic: The Holy Grail of Physics
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Abdul Basit Ahmad

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Registered: 9/1/13
Re: The Holy Grail of Physics
Posted: Sep 1, 2013 11:05 AM
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wtf did i just read?

On Wednesday, August 28, 2013 4:10:36 AM UTC+5:30, Kevin Barry wrote:
> What has always been the subject of contention within physics is MOMENTUM. It is still somewhat vague to me personally is how dropping a sphere into a lump of clay resolves the momentum issue. The other momentum issue is CRANK... which is only a little bit more interesting since The Fleur-de-Lis relates given that The Fleur-de-Lis directs stress up the spine instead of allowing stress to lodge in the shoulders and neck. Managing CRANK instead of managing stress leads me to capitulate to the French and English perspective on things. The Fleur-de-Lis cores CRANK... I have a CRANK profile... or do I? Texas existentialism might say that a longhorn bull has a crank profile but do humans have a crank profile? A bull rider reads the bull's 'crankiness' before deciding if the bull is ride-able or not. The illusion is that CalTech needs a 'crank profile' and all I can say about it is that I have the crank profile of a longhorn bull. The progression that leads to CalTech via a wormhole is that CIA cleans my bees and they go to Rice University... The Fleur-de Lis drills and hooks a longhorn bull crank profile and that pulls me through a wormhole to get to CalTech. CalTech might not want a crank profile that has been tampered with but I'm not going to lose sleep over it since crank seems invariably bone related. The French problem seems to be that they have a difficult time suspending disbelief that my eye sockets don't have stickiness. A wormhole is a Fleur-de-Lis turned 90 degrees (based on a longhorn bull crank profile)... CalTech says a handshake can be conveyed across a wormhole... The French apparently shake hands by waving them into the air above their heads.





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