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Topic: "If you listened to a radio and set your clock every time the account
of the announcer's time varied from yours you would begin to understand
time." --Martin Musatov

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"If you listened to a radio and set your clock every time the account
of the announcer's time varied from yours you would begin to understand
time." --Martin Musatov

Posted: Feb 4, 2013 7:50 PM
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Since it is instead of entropy rather the same clock we all live in it
is necessarily true it is division of time to a measurable unit
responsible for all anomalies in the string theory. Einstein and I are
on the same clock, only as he asks me to check the time sometimes when
the message travels to me my device ticks to the next minute so it
appears we are on different clocks. Yet it is possible to be
completely responsive to synch your clock with the persistent clock of
an A.M. band radio announcer and end up sometimes moving up or back
one or two minutes at a time. When you count this difference with the
magnitude of the division in perspective the effects double and I
don't care if you understand a single word of this or ever do because
eventually someone brilliant will and this is all to matter and






















































































































































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