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Limit on how fast mathematical time can go or how slow
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2018-01-24 22:12:03 UTC
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The math of a fundamental rate is C and below C by Gamma.
The neutrino has infinitely slow rate but black holes
don't exist. We are observing something else as the extreme
of gravity either directly or indirectly.

Mitchell Raemsch
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2018-01-25 21:54:26 UTC
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The math of a fundamental rate is C and below C by Gamma.
The neutrino has infinitely slow rate but black holes
don't exist. We are observing something else as the extreme
of gravity either directly or indirectly.
Mitchell Raemsch
Since C is the fastest signal in the universe propagating light
has the fastest time.

Mitchell Raemsch
m***@gmail.com
2018-02-12 21:03:14 UTC
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The math of a fundamental rate is C and below C by Gamma.
The neutrino has infinitely slow rate but black holes
don't exist. We are observing something else as the extreme
of gravity either directly or indirectly.
Mitchell Raemsch
Since C is the fastest signal in the universe propagating light
has the fastest time.
Mitchell Raemsch
The light clock is the fastest clock.

Mitchell Raemsch

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