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the story's of love in our books,remind me why our same old LUV by Anonymous on August 14th, 2009, 6:30 pm
deserve's a good look's! [play.every {SINLGE} day]!!~~~00101~`^**%
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Description #1 of Ron Price's Blog by Anonymous on August 9th, 2009, 8:52 am
My literary activity on the world-wide-web is a personal and quite industrious enterprize. When I can find the time, I am engaged in creating across this global internet a tapestry or a jig-saw puzzle of poetry and prose. At this site, readers will find one of my many journals, diaries or blogs. These various terms are used by various internet sites for a series of posts by one writer/author. The series of posts at this site is one of the many parts of this tapestry of prose and poetry I refer to above. Sometimes the series becomes lengthy and sometimes it remains brief. Like pieces of cloth or pieces of that jig-saw puzzle, the size, the shape and the length remain a bit of a mystery until the story is told, until time takes its course across life’s path.

This literary creation, this literary industry, has been created in the early evening of my life, in the last years of my middle age(56-59) and the first years of my late adulthood(60-70), by this retired teacher and lecturer who w...

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hashtag elaborate revision compiles over 70,000 miles by Anonymous on July 15th, 2014, 8:58 am
where ealier this month i mentioned the idea of additional point(*s) should be standard tools of measurement, this is to clearify what was implied... after all, i can only expect you to do all the work i need done for what i want to be true if you're gonna do what you need to do for what you want to be true... its really the ideal stoic epiphany: everyone subscribes to cynicism, and for whatever the choice to double down on it is, we have no choice in the matter...
anywho... the idea is simple... put a point, a dot... a place to stand... outside of the area of the 2D image of the shape... to imagine looking at the shape from that place to stand... you would see a line... if you proport the relationship of the length of the shape and the distance of the point from the shape... then you can relate a rational depth to the image of a shape... you just have to remember that the 2D shape is one of an infinite number of slices of that loaf...
regulators... mount up... what if you add other exotic...

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Cosmic Circular rotation of Matter! by Anonymous on April 6th, 2014, 10:02 pm
Like Earth" Circular rotation is everywhere. A Natural process here on Earth. Vortex of many Weather events happen here on Earth but how is it started in the Cosmos? Quantum gases to tiny particulates need a center of gravity. Fusing or clumping of elements in Massive time begins the processes of Mass generation? Free Helium and Hydrogen along with H2o1 conspires dark Matter ignition.
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Temp file by BurtJordaan on May 5th, 2017, 3:49 am
OK, back to Alice's mission. Her plan has changed a little and she will now first stop in the region of Alpha-C (AC) for some observations. It is way too late to achieve the rocket braking at the original very low (0.075g) acceleration, so Alice asked her INS computer to get them into a 'parking' orbit at a more comfortable 1g retro-burn. Her INS and my trusted spreadsheet 'know' that at -1g, it will take 0.69 years to get the coasting ship to zero velocity relative to Bob, and that it must start to brake 0.2 lyrs (on their rotated map) short of the parking position. At just over 11 years into her mission, Alice comes to rest in Bob's spacetime structure again.

During the 0.69 years of deceleration, Alice's tilted structure has gradually rotated back to align with Bob's structure once again. While their structures were at an angle to each other, space and time were different for them. Here is a summary of the space and time accounting columns:

Stage/event _______ T_Bob yr __ D_Bob lyr...

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