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Originally Posted by Smoblikat View Post
So to recap:
We can cloak time
Time will literally cease to be
We can make light move forwards while moving backwards or move forwards while not moving at all
Well im either really high or im very confused.
OR both
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Did anyone complete high school level physics in this thread?
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Did anyone complete high school level physics in this thread?
Do you ask a lot of rhetorical questions?

This is pretty neat, but I'm not seeing a whole lot of practical use from it.
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think I might have slight brain damage.
    
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post #15 of 108
So,
1.Drill hole in silicon
2.with this piece of silicon, create a cpu
3.CPU can divide by zero
4.???
5.Profit?
    
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i don't get it.
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So basically, light, which is not a physical object, can pass through physical objects that let 100% of light through them? And some objects don't let light through at all? Genius.
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So basically, light, which is not a physical object
wat
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post #19 of 108
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Do you ask a lot of rhetorical questions?

This is pretty neat, but I'm not seeing a whole lot of practical use from it.
1 post and you came to such a conclusion. lol.

The point being, is that Canadians with a high school level education would have quite the general understanding of such that they won't go "what is this, I don't even."


We really need to stop the meme comments on news posts.
post #20 of 108
Light is light. You can't "touch" light, you can block it's path. Of course physical objects create light
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