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    Forget what this thread said

    I erased it. It was already said.

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    Re: Forget what this thread said

    You could say it again. Yes...it needs to be said again!!!

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    Re: Forget what this thread said

    I'm 4 of a potential 1000+

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    Not another deleted thread! Somehow the deleted threads get more posts than the undeleted ones.

    Hmmm.... Maybe I should start a "deleted" thread!

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    Re: Forget what this thread said

    I agree with Gary - it does need to be said again.

    Trond

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    Re: Forget what this thread said

    What needs to be said?

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    Re: Forget what this thread said

    Quote Originally Posted by tmonaghan
    What needs to be said?
    The words that were supposed to be said but weren't.

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    Re: Forget what this thread said

    Too bad Karvasika's name isn't sam.

    'Say it again, Sam'.

    Trond

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    Re: Forget what this thread said

    Haha!

    I hereby state I will say it again if you still want to hear it after 30 days.

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    Re: Forget what this thread said

    Quote Originally Posted by dnortana
    Too bad Karvasika's name isn't sam.

    'Say it again, Sam'.

    Trond
    Ah! Well, how do we know Karvasika's first
    name is *not* Sam?

    Perhaps in this universe, his first name is not
    Sam; however, major cosmological theories
    posit that there are an infinite number of
    parallel universes -- and in one of those parallel
    universes, it would be highly likely that his
    first name *is* Sam.

    On the other hand, there's Pauli's Exclusion
    Principle, which states that no two electrons
    in a given atom may acquire the same quantum
    number.

    This has absolutely nothing to do with Sam
    Karvasika... but it may reflect a fundamental
    underlying fabric illustrated by the fact that
    what Sam first said, then unsaid, might be
    a reflection of the state of his Sam-ness.

    Obviously, if Karvasika is Sam in a parallel
    universe, then the fact that he is not-Sam in
    this universe is a trans-cosmosical reiteration
    of Pauli's Principle on a truly grand scale.

    Many congratulations, Karvasika, on this
    stunning transitional work in modern physics,
    showing us so clearly and indisputably that
    symmetry between grand cosmological and
    merely local conjectures is irrefutably evident
    in this learned forum.

    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com

    Everything is relative...
    .

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