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Kevin
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Warped Space
Posted:
Jan 30, 2013 3:26 PM


Two dimentional space can generally be thought of as being rigid, tense, crisp, inflexible and so on while three dimentional space has softer features, is wavy, maybe even jelloy, etc. but warped space is a three dimentional space that has the characteristics of two dimentional space... Quarks ride on waves? Well, waves don't get Fermilab into warped space... matterantimatter annihilation is a fluid dynamics problem... Fermilab needs hypersonic in order to have premise for matterantimatter annihilation... Hypersonic may need game theory which does not have anything to do with warped space either.



