slay3r

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How and When to Plant Tulip Bulbs - Ace Hardware
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e.g, a signal of "5 9" means that the phone signal is Readability 5, and Strength 9; a perfectly readable and extremely strong signal. LOL! http://www.acsu.buffalo.edu/~maxwell/RSTInfo.html
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I would tip you with an NFT token but I don't have enough sats..... ;(
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minkowsky space
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“It appears to me as if everything is sensibly controlled with a view to a long-term result. But if you ask me from where all this is controlled, I assume I couldn’t talk to..." https://archive.is/ZotA0
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wheeler-feynman boundary?
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White men are people too
The Wheeler boundary is easily overcome. The double-slit phenomena is an artifact of the simulation. In Planck spacetime the state has to compute all possibilities for each clock cycle
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"well I'm afraid that's the problem that we have with time-compression" and memory management. They told you but you weren't listening.
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circular causality and the "time-traveler's" paradox. if time-travel exists in the future, it has always existed. all events in history leading up to it's discovery are set in stone.
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Yes. I accidentally invented time-travel. BCH wins!
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No doubt thought to be a purely religious thing by our "leading experts", though it really does feel to me like some kind of machine. Is there some "religious" text that describes it?
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