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Kevin

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Warped Space
Posted: Jan 30, 2013 3:26 PM
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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 jello-y, 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... matter-antimatter annihilation is a
fluid dynamics problem... Fermilab needs hypersonic in order to have
premise for matter-antimatter annihilation... Hypersonic may need game
theory which does not have anything to do with warped space either.



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