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Topic: Absolute Space Theorem.BY Aiya-Oba
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Anthony A. Aiya-Oba

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Absolute Space Theorem.BY Aiya-Oba
Posted: Sep 12, 2006 5:03 PM
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"Time is absolute Space: the continuum and equator of every possible unit of the inner and outer dimensions of Space." -Aiya-Oba(Poet/Philosopher).

Thus, 1/s + s-1/s ...= T.

Where s, Space, can be any positive integer, and T, Time, is the continuum and Absolute one.

Say, s = 1

1/1 + 1-1/1 = 1

= 1 + 0 = 1

= 1 = 1

= T = 1

Q E D.

"Space is relative to Time, because time is the
unchanging Space of All in all." -Aiya-Oba.

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