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Further analysis reveals that the no cloning theorem will prevent the previously theorized zombie apocalypse. Phew.... There is no good way to ask this so I'm just going to throw this out there; is anyone interested in purchasing a two year supply of MREs and a bunker full of soviet era munitions?


Thank you Steve, I'm glad that you appreciate how the model works in this matter, even if you do not agree with it.

The Prime quaternion model clearly separates three kinds of time. Universal time Ut, Subjective time t, and Historical time Ht, (that is the imagined past, present and future along a "time line.)"

This is very important. These three concepts of time are all very different and are currently muddled together causing the problem of comprehension. Time is not one concept...


Hi Georgina ,

Thank you for your explaination ,I understand better the subjective point of vue of time .Your method is clear .

Lol it's not a reason to admit this subjectivity but it's interesting , a very incredible mathematical extrapolation.

Kinds Regards

Steve

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