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Kevin

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Supercoherent vs. Einstein
Posted: Dec 12, 2012 2:28 PM
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Einstein's result generally means that it is possible to have total
recall or it is possible to predict tomorrow's lottery result but not
both... What is supercoherent? Yes, well, I'm supposed to be the
expert but all memory of it is being systematically drummed out of me
by the physics establishment... It is what the physics establishment
wants that mandates my priority so what could be more important than
to revalidate Einstein's result? I guess supercoherent is
objectifiable given that lasers on an astronomical scale have
differant properties than lasers that are typically used in a
laboratory.



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