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  • The speed of darkness.

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    • Re: The speed of darkness.
      Posted 04/22/2017 01:16 PM - Hide
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      Nonsense. Darkness always follows loght.

      What was there where neither light nor darkness has arrived yet?
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    • Re: The speed of darkness.
      Posted 04/22/2017 09:17 PM - Hide
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      Light thinks it travels faster than anything but it is wrong. No matter how fast light travels, it finds the darkness has always got there first, and is waiting for it.

      Nope. Darkness does not exist. Neither does cold.

      Darkness is merely the absence of light, just as cold is merely the absence of heat.
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    • Re: The speed of darkness.
      Posted 04/22/2017 09:18 PM : Edited 04/22/2017 09:19 PM - Hide
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      Before the big bang? There was nothing. Space itself did not exist.

      You're wrong. The big bang has happened countless times. It keeps exploding, and then later imploding on itself, and it repeats this cycle endlessly. You understand this, if you understand 4D Chess.
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    • Re: The speed of darkness.
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      Light thinks it travels faster than anything but it is wrong. No matter how fast light travels, it finds the darkness has always got there first, and is waiting for it.

      :carlton:
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    • Re: The speed of darkness.
      Posted 04/22/2017 09:21 PM - Hide
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      Photons experience no time. Then if the darkness is even faster? I need a drink.

      What are the particles of darkness.
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    • Re: The speed of darkness.
      Posted 04/22/2017 09:33 PM - Hide
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      What are the particles of darkness.

      I just answered this for you above, as a dot.

      To understand darkness, think about heat and cold.

      "Cold" does not exist in the same sense that heat does. It is not an entity unto itself. It is the absence of heat.

      Nothing gets colder than absolute zero -- about -460F. If "cold" was an entity, it could get colder and colder, the way heat can intensify from a million degrees, to 10 million, to a trillion and beyond.

      Cold is not an entity. It is absence of heat.

      When night comes, things are growing darker; they are growing less light.
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    • Re: The speed of darkness.
      Posted 04/22/2017 09:34 PM - Hide
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      Didn't you do this same thread a month or so ago?

      No. I started a thread like this, as a joke, a month ago. This is a pale imitator.
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    • Re: The speed of darkness.
      Posted 04/22/2017 09:40 PM - Hide
    • Let's better discuss retrocasuality. In relation to the big bang.
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    • Re: The speed of darkness.
      Posted 04/22/2017 10:23 PM - Hide
    • illumination devices work not by emission,rather thru absorption of plasmaphotonic excitation
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    • Re: The speed of darkness.
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      Let's better discuss retrocasuality. In relation to the big bang.

      The temporal component of space-time is as static as its spatial components; physical time is as still as physical space. It is all laid out, the whole spread of events, in the tenseless four-dimensional space-time manifold.
      The distinctions we make between the past and the present and the future - distinctions which are so emotionally fraught and without which we can't even begin to describe our inner worlds - only have relevance within those inner worlds. Objective time, as it is characterized in relativity, can't support the distinction between the past and the present and the future.
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    • Re: The speed of darkness.
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    • "Where today,is yestardays tommorrow"[tm]
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