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 Mar 19th 2014, 03:39 PM #1 Member   Join Date: Jul 2013 Posts: 61 The line of object for relativity When the line is longer, it means the measurement is increased. So when the line of object is shorter, it is decreased. So when the line is smaller, it goes to zero to be disappeared. But the line cannot disappear truly to zero as there is no Black hole.(But someday as eschatology) It means there is no start and no ending for the line as the graph. This quantum physics number means we just balance the object, but the end of the world by the real Black hole by Meter. I hope the Time(Sec) make no Black hole to be finished for eschatology. We have to work on to be the truth.
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 Originally Posted by philipishin When the line is longer, it means the measurement is increased. So when the line of object is shorter, it is decreased. So when the line is smaller, it goes to zero to be disappeared. But the line cannot disappear truly to zero as there is no Black hole.(But someday as eschatology) It means there is no start and no ending for the line as the graph. This quantum physics number means we just balance the object, but the end of the world by the real Black hole by Meter. I hope the Time(Sec) make no Black hole to be finished for eschatology. We have to work on to be the truth.
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