• Re: Light has its own speed in space time

    From Python@21:1/5 to All on Sat Sep 9 19:06:25 2023
    Demented crank, smitchthebigot@gmail.com shwrote:
    At a motion black hole the atom's movement ahead
    can compete with light's absolute.
    Leaving light behind...

    How can the atom compete with absolute
    c motion without being an absolute of itself...?
    below the speed of light in space time.

    No Smitch!

    At a standing black hole the atom's movement below
    can't compete with light's relative
    Leaving itself behind...

    How can the atom compete with relative
    c speed without being a relative of itself...?
    beyond the speed of light in time space.

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  • From mitchrae3323@gmail.com@21:1/5 to All on Sat Sep 9 10:01:44 2023
    At a motion black hole the atom's movement ahead
    can compete with light's absolute.
    Leaving light behind...

    How can the atom compete with absolute
    c motion without being an absolute of itself...?
    below the speed of light in space time.

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  • From Maciej Wozniak@21:1/5 to Python on Sat Sep 9 10:31:33 2023
    On Saturday, 9 September 2023 at 19:06:29 UTC+2, Python wrote:
    Demented crank, smitcht...@gmail.com shwrote:
    At a motion black hole the atom's movement ahead
    can compete with light's absolute.
    Leaving light behind...

    How can the atom compete with absolute
    c motion without being an absolute of itself...?
    below the speed of light in space time.
    No Smitch!

    At a standing black hole the atom's movement below
    can't compete with light's relative
    Leaving itself behind...

    How can the atom compete with relative
    c speed without being a relative of itself...?

    As your "black hole" idiocy is self-inconsistent
    everything is possible with it, poor stinker.
    have you already read definition 9 and learnt
    what a function is?

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  • From mitchrae3323@gmail.com@21:1/5 to Python on Sat Sep 9 10:38:34 2023
    On Saturday, September 9, 2023 at 10:06:29 AM UTC-7, Python wrote:
    Demented crank, smitcht...@gmail.com shwrote:
    At a motion black hole the atom's movement ahead
    can compete with light's absolute.
    Leaving light behind...

    How can the atom compete with absolute
    c motion without being an absolute of itself...?
    below the speed of light in space time.
    No Smitch!

    At a standing black hole the atom's movement below
    can't compete with light's relative
    Leaving itself behind...

    How can the atom compete with relative
    c speed without being a relative of itself...?
    beyond the speed of light in time space.

    You are suggesting the relative... that gives way to the absolute of order.
    How do you measure the difference between relative and absolute?
    How are you going to disprove the absolute order and why are you going
    against it? Einstein didn't need relativity.
    The atom can compete with light absolute c speed
    The unified field is absolute order... there is no disproving it.


    Mitchell Raemsch

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  • From Python@21:1/5 to Maciej Wozniak on Sun Sep 10 02:06:43 2023
    Demented nocturnal crank, Maciej Wozniak wrote:
    On Saturday, 9 September 2023 at 19:06:29 UTC+2, Python wrote:
    Demented crank, smitcht...@gmail.com shwrote:
    At a motion black hole the atom's movement ahead
    can compete with light's absolute.
    Leaving light behind...

    How can the atom compete with absolute
    c motion without being an absolute of itself...?
    below the speed of light in space time.
    No Smitch!

    At a standing black hole the atom's movement below
    can't compete with light's relative
    Leaving itself behind...

    How can the atom compete with relative
    c speed without being a relative of itself...?

    As your "black hole" idiocy is self-inconsistent
    everything is possible with it

    How could *you* know, idiot?

    have you already read definition 9 and learnt
    what a function is?

    I did, clearly you didn't. Maybe some French lessons
    could help... I'd suggest a stay in a psychiatric
    hospital first though.

    poor stinker.

    You should put your signature at the end of your messages,
    it makes more sense there, you know?

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  • From Maciej Wozniak@21:1/5 to Python on Sat Sep 9 23:13:14 2023
    On Sunday, 10 September 2023 at 02:06:47 UTC+2, Python wrote:
    Demented nocturnal crank, Maciej Wozniak wrote:
    On Saturday, 9 September 2023 at 19:06:29 UTC+2, Python wrote:
    Demented crank, smitcht...@gmail.com shwrote:
    At a motion black hole the atom's movement ahead
    can compete with light's absolute.
    Leaving light behind...

    How can the atom compete with absolute
    c motion without being an absolute of itself...?
    below the speed of light in space time.
    No Smitch!

    At a standing black hole the atom's movement below
    can't compete with light's relative
    Leaving itself behind...

    How can the atom compete with relative
    c speed without being a relative of itself...?

    As your "black hole" idiocy is self-inconsistent
    everything is possible with it
    How could *you* know, idiot?

    Simply, idiot. What your bunch of idiots says about them
    is denying itself, that's a property of a self-inconsistent
    nonsense.


    have you already read definition 9 and learnt
    what a function is?
    I did

    And still insisting that Bourbaki didn't reuire
    "for any element of the domain" clause?
    Would be amazing, but I'm talking to relativistic
    clowns for decades.

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  • From Richard Hachel@21:1/5 to All on Sun Sep 10 20:01:44 2023
    Le 09/09/2023 à 19:06, Python a écrit :

    beyond the speed of light in time space.

    C'est le titre de ton prochain livre?

    Remarque, c'est pas con comme titre.

    C'est mieux que le dernier Nobel "La brouette bleue dans l'enceinte
    gynoïque"
    de Marguerite Edmond de Valmore

    Tu progresses.

    R.H.

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  • From Python@21:1/5 to Crank and M.D. Richard "Hachel" Len on Sun Sep 10 22:10:43 2023
    Crank and M.D. Richard "Hachel" Lengrand wrote:
    Le 09/09/2023 à 19:06, Python a écrit :

    beyond the speed of light in time space.

    C'est le titre de ton prochain livre?
    Remarque, c'est pas con comme titre.

    C'est mieux que le dernier Nobel "La brouette bleue dans l'enceinte gynoïque"
    de Marguerite Edmond de Valmore

    Tu progresses.

    R.H.


    tic tic tic...

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  • From J. J. Lodder@21:1/5 to Python on Mon Sep 11 11:47:48 2023
    Python <python@invalid.org> wrote:

    Crank and M.D. Richard "Hachel" Lengrand wrote:
    Le 09/09/2023 19:06, Python a crit :

    beyond the speed of light in time space.

    C'est le titre de ton prochain livre?
    Remarque, c'est pas con comme titre.

    C'est mieux que le dernier Nobel "La brouette bleue dans l'enceinte gynoque"
    de Marguerite Edmond de Valmore

    Tu progresses.

    R.H.


    tic tic tic...

    toc toc toc...

    Jan

    <https://www.collectura.com/nl/asterix-and-obelix-logoshirt-toc-toc-toc-coaster.html>

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