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Old February 11th 20, 12:39 AM posted to alt.astronomy
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Old February 11th 20, 05:55 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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On your scale, the human is the same size of a virus. But the viruses
can travel from NY city to Chicago



And your point is ? ...
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Old February 13th 20, 01:08 AM posted to alt.astronomy
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On Wednesday, February 12, 2020 at 2:01:09 PM UTC-8, wrote:


If a virus can travel from NY city to Chicago, then a Human could travel
from one star to another star



Well, keep in mind that the operative equation is Distance = Speed x Time ! Even if speed could approach light speed ( which is highly UN-likely ), travel times to even close neighbors wuold be prohibitively long....


Actually, a speed close to the speed of light would only take years and years from the perspective of observers here on Earth. To a traveler on that spaceship, the travel time would be lots faster. In fact, to anything traveling at the speed of light (which, of course, is impossible), the travel time would be ZERO. That's right, you could travel across the galaxy or even between galaxies in zero time, the distances involved would be irrelevant.
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Old February 24th 20, 09:08 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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On 2/12/2020 5:08 PM, palsing scribbled:
On Wednesday, February 12, 2020 at 2:01:09 PM UTC-8,
wrote:


If a virus can travel from NY city to Chicago, then a Human could
travel from one star to another star



Well, keep in mind that the operative equation is Distance =
Speed x Time ! Even if speed could approach light speed ( which
is highly UN-likely ), travel times to even close neighbors wuold
be prohibitively long...


Actually, a speed close to the speed of light would only take years
and years from the perspective of observers here on Earth. To a
traveler on that spaceship, the travel time would be lots faster. In
fact, to anything traveling at the speed of light (which, of course,
is impossible), the travel time would be ZERO. That's right, you
could travel across the galaxy or even between galaxies in zero time,
the distances involved would be irrelevant.


And the none of you, took into consideration the truth about distance,
when it is in the equation. And for that matter, yee also left God out.
What He has said for us to follow. No one is to leave the seasons of
the earth. That is how He made you. And He made it clear, yee not
supposed to and that, is a precept law of His yes.

And no, He just not mention it in just one place in His Holy Bible, He
speaks about it in several books several places of the Bible. Genesis,
Leviticus, Numbers, Psalms, Ecclesiasticus, Deuteronomy, a book that
rode inside the arc of the Ten Commandments even very sacred. Jeremias,
and I could go on an on about what He says about the seasons.

Not to mention, His ultimatums against those who do not obey to Him.
Wow. Yes, yee be cursed.
Just the communism of what has taken place in this world today should
make you wake up. As to what He says, your supposed to do or else.

China now dealing with another deadly plaque.
That's what they get, for ripping you off with their goods.
Breaking the ten commandments yes.

And even science, stands opposed, cause in truth, there has to be a
fixed point in space, in order to judge distance, which is in the
equation. But its just like Nasa, to disobey the laws. Even the laws
of science, which is why, the last space shuttles never flew, just blew
up.

But not to worry, yup, they are stupid enough to go try it again, 2024.

And even God knows, they will try to go to the poles of the Heavens.
For that also, is in His Holy Bible. So what right? Lets ignore Him is
what you heathens profess and do. AS if, He never made anything.

And you think, He is not going to know!
 




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