Einstein to the Nth degree!!

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    Einstein to the Nth degree!!

    Too hard to explain other then to say the closer to the ground you live the younger you'll stay, by a wee bit.

    Standing on a stepladder makes you age faster - physics-math - 23 September 2010 - New Scientist
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    Re: Einstein to the Nth degree!!

    That's some cool stuff!

    Maybe Breitling needs the Super Quartz 2 with automatic graviton compensation.

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    Re: Einstein to the Nth degree!!

    Cool it is txturbo. Counting the ticks of one ion, the mind boggles.

    I've copied this thread to the HEQ forum so there is a little quantum pairing action going on right here on WUS. You appear in two places at once and don't even know it.. :- ) We'll see if we achieve super symmetry in the process.
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    Re: Einstein to the Nth degree!!

    Ah, an explanation as to why I, at 6'6", seem to be aging faster than my shorter brothers. Well, maybe because I'm a few years older too.

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    Re: Einstein to the Nth degree!!

    Quote Originally Posted by gtopaul View Post
    Ah, an explanation as to why I, at 6'6", seem to be aging faster than my shorter brothers. Well, maybe because I'm a few years older too.

    I finally understand why I don't like ladders!
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