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#11 11 years ago

Don't try t o act spamt. Lul.




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#12 11 years ago

. . . what? :Puzzled:




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#13 11 years ago

Pwange smap?




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#14 11 years ago

*Unholsters Tricorder* *Scans for for syntax errors*




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#15 11 years ago

Heh, wft? Deo[. Djeld.xx.




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#16 11 years ago
Dursk;4568241According to General Relativity time Travel is possible. The question is...Is there anything to go back to?

I can't see how you can go into the future. How would the machine figure it out?




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#17 11 years ago

The video doesn't really explain...

They say it's inevitable but they're doing the same thing to the muon that a rocket ship traveling at near light speed is doing....The only thing is that because muons are massless or near massless it's easier to proppel them at a faction of light speed.

The video is pretty much a missnomer in title.




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#18 11 years ago

If somebody planned to go back in time and live in the 17-1600's, they wouldn't have a clue how to survive. Our instincts have been so deluded by technology that adjusting to the way things were before electricity, microwave ovens, a working plumbing system, central heating, air conditioning, and other "essentials" would be scathingly hard if not impossible.




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#19 11 years ago

whach you talking about Willis....




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#20 11 years ago
Jeffro;4568395If somebody planned to go back in time and live in the 17-1600's, they wouldn't have a clue how to survive. Our instincts have been so deluded by technology that adjusting to the way things were before electricity, microwave ovens, a working plumbing system, central heating, air conditioning, and other "essentials" would be scathingly hard if not impossible.

I'd much rather live in the high middle ages during warfare than now. Back then, fighting was more honorable. You actually got to see your enemy's eyes before killing them.