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Thread #59418   Message #1502151
Posted By: Rapparee
15-Jun-05 - 08:45 PM
Thread Name: BS: The Mother of all BS threads
Subject: RE: BS: The Mother of all BS threads
All Gluon has to do in the event of temporary temporal loss is to relocate ninety degrees to this space-time locus. Thus when "this" space-time locus (which is actually the point where a sheaf of space-time parabolas overlap) is offset, oh, say, six months, Gluon isn't affected because Gluon isn't in the offset "here-now." Another analogy (the math is far, far clearer!) is that the sheaf of parabolas defining the "here-now" space-time locus actually bend back on themselves because of gravitons, resulting in a toroidal definition. Gluon's relocation might then be compared to a doughnut which has neither hole nor doughnut.

Boy, I sure do wish I could post the math for this! It's just plain elegant Oh well.