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Atoms have below light speed toward each other
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mitchr...@gmail.com
2021-04-04 19:39:44 UTC
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or away... or sideways... in undetectable dimension.
There is no "rest" for the atom in dimension either...

Mitchell Raemsch
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2021-04-05 16:35:47 UTC
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or away... or sideways... in undetectable dimension. There is no "rest"
for the atom in dimension either...
By definition, the atom is indivisible.
Not really. There is fission de-unifying the atom.
Edkah Bearden
2021-04-07 14:16:42 UTC
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or away... or sideways... in undetectable dimension. There is no "rest"
for the atom in dimension either...
By definition, the atom is indivisible.
Not really. There is fission de-unifying the atom.
When that happen, the fake corona pandemic will be the least of your
worries. They are going to release the kraken, the big one. They can't
push the fake moon landing anymore.
mitchr...@gmail.com
2021-04-07 17:31:00 UTC
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or away... or sideways... in undetectable dimension. There is no "rest"
for the atom in dimension either...
By definition, the atom is indivisible.
Not really. There is fission de-unifying the atom.
When that happen, the fake corona pandemic will be the least of your
worries. They are going to release the kraken, the big one. They can't
push the fake moon landing anymore.
Uranium splits by nature... it has a self density and a half life...

Mitchell Raemsch
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2021-04-07 22:01:39 UTC
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or away... or sideways... in undetectable dimension. There is no "rest"
for the atom in dimension either...
The atom can move behind light slightly slower in the same direction.
That is a motion BH. But it also shows the atom has absolute speed of
its own behind light. Absolute is not just for light... the atom has its
own motion as well.

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