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Old 10-11-2001, 08:15 AM
mmtutti mmtutti is offline
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If we further examine the issue of the three-dimensional refridgerator vs. the nine-dimensional feline, the thought arises that if the piece of toast also exists in merely three dimensions, does the cat's greater amount of available dimensions cause the gravitational characteristics of the animal to counteract those of the toast? In other words, given the cat's unique quality of existence, does it rule out all other laws of gravitational behaviour? The cat is a space-time constant!
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