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Old August 11th 07, 03:18 AM posted to sci.physics.relativity,sci.physics,sci.astro
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On Wed, 08 Aug 2007 14:51:30 -0700, funk420 wrote
sci.physics.relativity:

A Technion-Israel Institute of Technology physicist has developed a
theoretical model of a time machine that could enable future
generations to travel into the past. In his paper published in the
July issue of Physical Review, noted time-travel theorist Professor
Amos Ori provides practical solutions to a number of criteria long
seen by other experts as obstacles to the realization of time travel.

Ori's theory is actually a set of mathematical equations describing
hypothetical conditions that, if established, could lead to the
formation of a time machine, technically known as "closed time-like
curves."


ahaha... I must remember to add Amos Ori to my growing list of time
travel crackpots. ahahaha... Ori's paper, of course, was accepted by
Physical Review, where peer review is synonymous with ass review.
ahahaha... AHAHAHA... ahahaha... A couple of days ago, that other time
travel crackpot, Ronald Mallet, was making a complete fool of himself
on Coast-to-Coast AM. When are those morons going to learn?

Nothing can move in spacetime, by definition:
http://www.rebelscience.org/Crackpots/notorious.htm

Louis Savain
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Old August 11th 07, 03:32 AM posted to sci.physics.relativity,sci.physics,sci.astro
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On Aug 11, 2:18 pm, Traveler wrote:
On Wed, 08 Aug 2007 14:51:30 -0700, funk420 wrote
sci.physics.relativity:

A Technion-Israel Institute of Technology physicist has developed a
theoretical model of a time machine that could enable future
generations to travel into the past. In his paper published in the
July issue of Physical Review, noted time-travel theorist Professor
Amos Ori provides practical solutions to a number of criteria long
seen by other experts as obstacles to the realization of time travel.


Ori's theory is actually a set of mathematical equations describing
hypothetical conditions that, if established, could lead to the
formation of a time machine, technically known as "closed time-like
curves."


ahaha... I must remember to add Amos Ori to my growing list of time
travel crackpots. ahahaha... Ori's paper, of course, was accepted by
Physical Review, where peer review is synonymous with ass review.
ahahaha... AHAHAHA... ahahaha... A couple of days ago, that other time
travel crackpot, Ronald Mallet, was making a complete fool of himself
on Coast-to-Coast AM. When are those morons going to learn?

Nothing can move in spacetime, by definition:http://www.rebelscience.org/Crackpots/notorious.htm

Louis Savain


....and the reason you are such an expert is???? (apart from being a
complete **** that is)

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Old August 11th 07, 03:44 AM posted to sci.physics.relativity,sci.physics,sci.astro
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On Fri, 10 Aug 2007 19:32:30 -0700, wrote:

On Aug 11, 2:18 pm, Traveler wrote:
On Wed, 08 Aug 2007 14:51:30 -0700, funk420 wrote
sci.physics.relativity:

A Technion-Israel Institute of Technology physicist has developed a
theoretical model of a time machine that could enable future
generations to travel into the past. In his paper published in the
July issue of Physical Review, noted time-travel theorist Professor
Amos Ori provides practical solutions to a number of criteria long
seen by other experts as obstacles to the realization of time travel.


Ori's theory is actually a set of mathematical equations describing
hypothetical conditions that, if established, could lead to the
formation of a time machine, technically known as "closed time-like
curves."


ahaha... I must remember to add Amos Ori to my growing list of time
travel crackpots. ahahaha... Ori's paper, of course, was accepted by
Physical Review, where peer review is synonymous with ass review.
ahahaha... AHAHAHA... ahahaha... A couple of days ago, that other time
travel crackpot, Ronald Mallet, was making a complete fool of himself
on Coast-to-Coast AM. When are those morons going to learn?

Nothing can move in spacetime, by definition:
http://www.rebelscience.org/Crackpots/notorious.htm

Louis Savain


...and the reason you are such an expert is???? (apart from being a
complete **** that is)


ahahaha... Better to be a **** than an ass kisser. ahahaha...
AHAHAHA... ahahaha...

Nothing can move in spacetime, by definition:
http://www.rebelscience.org/Crackpots/notorious.htm

Louis Savain
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Old August 11th 07, 04:04 AM posted to sci.physics.relativity,sci.physics,sci.astro
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On Aug 10, 7:47 pm, "qbit" wrote:
wrote



On Aug 11, 2:18 pm, Traveler wrote:
On Wed, 08 Aug 2007 14:51:30 -0700, funk420 wrote
sci.physics.relativity:


A Technion-Israel Institute of Technology physicist has developed a
theoretical model of a time machine that could enable future
generations to travel into the past. In his paper published in the
July issue of Physical Review, noted time-travel theorist Professor
Amos Ori provides practical solutions to a number of criteria long
seen by other experts as obstacles to the realization of time travel.


Ori's theory is actually a set of mathematical equations describing
hypothetical conditions that, if established, could lead to the
formation of a time machine, technically known as "closed time-like
curves."


ahaha... I must remember to add Amos Ori to my growing list of time
travel crackpots. ahahaha... Ori's paper, of course, was accepted by
Physical Review, where peer review is synonymous with ass review.
ahahaha... AHAHAHA... ahahaha... A couple of days ago, that other time
travel crackpot, Ronald Mallet, was making a complete fool of himself
on Coast-to-Coast AM. When are those morons going to learn?


Nothing can move in spacetime, by definition:http://www.rebelscience.org/Crackpots/notorious.htm


Louis Savain


...and the reason you are such an expert is???? (apart from being a
complete **** that is)


Time travel is an impossible thing!


Why?

It is crackpottery by Relativity Theory charlatans like Kaku and Hawkings
to sell their crap books to poor souls,
much like the "perpetuum mobile" and "free energy" stuff etc.



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Old August 11th 07, 04:11 AM posted to sci.physics.relativity,sci.physics,sci.astro
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On Aug 10, 9:04 pm, Eric Gisse wrote:
On Aug 10, 7:47 pm, "qbit" wrote:



wrote


On Aug 11, 2:18 pm, Traveler wrote:
On Wed, 08 Aug 2007 14:51:30 -0700, funk420 wrote
sci.physics.relativity:


A Technion-Israel Institute of Technology physicist has developed a
theoretical model of a time machine that could enable future
generations to travel into the past. In his paper published in the
July issue of Physical Review, noted time-travel theorist Professor
Amos Ori provides practical solutions to a number of criteria long
seen by other experts as obstacles to the realization of time travel.


Ori's theory is actually a set of mathematical equations describing
hypothetical conditions that, if established, could lead to the
formation of a time machine, technically known as "closed time-like
curves."


ahaha... I must remember to add Amos Ori to my growing list of time
travel crackpots. ahahaha... Ori's paper, of course, was accepted by
Physical Review, where peer review is synonymous with ass review.
ahahaha... AHAHAHA... ahahaha... A couple of days ago, that other time
travel crackpot, Ronald Mallet, was making a complete fool of himself
on Coast-to-Coast AM. When are those morons going to learn?


Nothing can move in spacetime, by definition:http://www.rebelscience.org/Crackpots/notorious.htm


Louis Savain


...and the reason you are such an expert is???? (apart from being a
complete **** that is)


Time travel is an impossible thing!


Why?

Too complicated for you to understand, goose.

But it has to do with interconnection of all things.

Unfortunately, every time you puke something up,
somewhere in the world, something dies. If I
go back and kill you at birth, then I have to
bring all those things back to life, and
it's just too much work.

John


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Old August 11th 07, 04:13 AM posted to sci.physics.relativity,sci.physics,sci.astro
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On Aug 10, 7:11 pm, malibu wrote:
On Aug 10, 9:04 pm, Eric Gisse wrote:

On Aug 10, 7:47 pm, "qbit" wrote:


wrote


On Aug 11, 2:18 pm, Traveler wrote:
On Wed, 08 Aug 2007 14:51:30 -0700, funk420 wrote
sci.physics.relativity:


A Technion-Israel Institute of Technology physicist has developed a
theoretical model of a time machine that could enable future
generations to travel into the past. In his paper published in the
July issue of Physical Review, noted time-travel theorist Professor
Amos Ori provides practical solutions to a number of criteria long
seen by other experts as obstacles to the realization of time travel.


Ori's theory is actually a set of mathematical equations describing
hypothetical conditions that, if established, could lead to the
formation of a time machine, technically known as "closed time-like
curves."


ahaha... I must remember to add Amos Ori to my growing list of time
travel crackpots. ahahaha... Ori's paper, of course, was accepted by
Physical Review, where peer review is synonymous with ass review.
ahahaha... AHAHAHA... ahahaha... A couple of days ago, that other time
travel crackpot, Ronald Mallet, was making a complete fool of himself
on Coast-to-Coast AM. When are those morons going to learn?


Nothing can move in spacetime, by definition:http://www.rebelscience.org/Crackpots/notorious.htm


Louis Savain


...and the reason you are such an expert is???? (apart from being a
complete **** that is)


Time travel is an impossible thing!


Why?


Too complicated for you to understand, goose.


Since I doubt your logical argument is based in mathematics beyond my
understanding, I'll go ahead and assume it is a philosophical argument
that I wouldn't be interested in understanding anyway.


But it has to do with interconnection of all things.


Yep. I don't care.

[snip remaining]

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Old August 11th 07, 04:25 AM posted to sci.physics.relativity,sci.physics,sci.astro
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Default time travel in the news..

On Aug 10, 9:13 pm, Eric Gisse wrote:
On Aug 10, 7:11 pm, malibu wrote:



On Aug 10, 9:04 pm, Eric Gisse wrote:


On Aug 10, 7:47 pm, "qbit" wrote:


wrote


On Aug 11, 2:18 pm, Traveler wrote:
On Wed, 08 Aug 2007 14:51:30 -0700, funk420 wrote
sci.physics.relativity:


A Technion-Israel Institute of Technology physicist has developed a
theoretical model of a time machine that could enable future
generations to travel into the past. In his paper published in the
July issue of Physical Review, noted time-travel theorist Professor
Amos Ori provides practical solutions to a number of criteria long
seen by other experts as obstacles to the realization of time travel.


Ori's theory is actually a set of mathematical equations describing
hypothetical conditions that, if established, could lead to the
formation of a time machine, technically known as "closed time-like
curves."


ahaha... I must remember to add Amos Ori to my growing list of time
travel crackpots. ahahaha... Ori's paper, of course, was accepted by
Physical Review, where peer review is synonymous with ass review.
ahahaha... AHAHAHA... ahahaha... A couple of days ago, that other time
travel crackpot, Ronald Mallet, was making a complete fool of himself
on Coast-to-Coast AM. When are those morons going to learn?


Nothing can move in spacetime, by definition:http://www.rebelscience.org/Crackpots/notorious.htm


Louis Savain


...and the reason you are such an expert is???? (apart from being a
complete **** that is)


Time travel is an impossible thing!


Why?


Too complicated for you to understand, goose.


Since I doubt your logical argument is based in mathematics beyond my
understanding, I'll go ahead and assume it is a philosophical argument
that I wouldn't be interested in understanding anyway.



But it has to do with interconnection of all things.


Yep. I don't care.

I know you don't care, goose.
Caring is the first rule.
Phail.

John

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Old August 11th 07, 04:47 AM posted to sci.physics.relativity,sci.physics,sci.astro
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wrote
On Aug 11, 2:18 pm, Traveler wrote:
On Wed, 08 Aug 2007 14:51:30 -0700, funk420 wrote
sci.physics.relativity:

A Technion-Israel Institute of Technology physicist has developed a
theoretical model of a time machine that could enable future
generations to travel into the past. In his paper published in the
July issue of Physical Review, noted time-travel theorist Professor
Amos Ori provides practical solutions to a number of criteria long
seen by other experts as obstacles to the realization of time travel.


Ori's theory is actually a set of mathematical equations describing
hypothetical conditions that, if established, could lead to the
formation of a time machine, technically known as "closed time-like
curves."


ahaha... I must remember to add Amos Ori to my growing list of time
travel crackpots. ahahaha... Ori's paper, of course, was accepted by
Physical Review, where peer review is synonymous with ass review.
ahahaha... AHAHAHA... ahahaha... A couple of days ago, that other time
travel crackpot, Ronald Mallet, was making a complete fool of himself
on Coast-to-Coast AM. When are those morons going to learn?

Nothing can move in spacetime, by definition:http://www.rebelscience.org/Crackpots/notorious.htm

Louis Savain


...and the reason you are such an expert is???? (apart from being a
complete **** that is)


Time travel is an impossible thing!
It is crackpottery by Relativity Theory charlatans like Kaku and Hawkings
to sell their crap books to poor souls,
much like the "perpetuum mobile" and "free energy" stuff etc.

 




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