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Topic: Aerospace vs. Physics.
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Kevin

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Registered: 5/1/10
Aerospace vs. Physics.
Posted: Mar 1, 2013 4:43 PM
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The ultimate absurd distraction is that there is no allowance for
cuteness in AE... Cuteness is an absurd distraction... AE would not
exist without the computer so AE is a closed system. If cuteness tries
to get in then AE can flip left and right on a hemisphere in 3-D. AE
is so cuteness adverse that I even have a mitigated fear of Hindu. Why
would anyone say that the French are the enemy? Japan and Japanese to
me translates into cuteness on steroids. The Virgin Mary as an
aerospace engineer is the ultimate absurdity... It trumps the notion
that Adolph Hitler is God in the absurdity context... There is nothing
at all absurd about the notion that Adolph Hitler is God, by way of
comparison. The Virgin Mary can be an aerospace engineer, that isn't
the thing that I have a problem with... The notion that just because
Aerospace Engineering can flip me between left and right in 3-D on a
hemisphere that everyone else can do the same is untenable and yet I
have no control over what you think is true. Toroidals are a vehicle
controlled by AE. It would pay to remember that.



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