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Topic: White Holes, Monopoles, and The Sun Referance
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Kevin

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White Holes, Monopoles, and The Sun Referance
Posted: Feb 5, 2013 7:37 PM
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Does The Sun have a north and a south pole? It doesn't seem like it
would since it is made of hydrogen, helium and plasma... If I say that
a Sun Referance is a conch shell overlapped with an inverted conch
shell... ya know, for the purpose of convenience in your modeling,
then what gets under it? Twisted pair is under a conch shell
overlapped with an inverted conch shell... Twisted pair is a 'knot'
given my knot theory.



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