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  1. Until somebody makes a window that can peer into the dimensions of the afterlife, these guys will keep blowing people up. This notion of "sacred" and "profane" time is sort of silly. It's the same clock regardless of the space. Until we build the clock ourselves, it will always be sacred time. Perceived time is just how we adapt to a situation…animals in danger feel time more slowly to increase reaction times. When we're having fun, time moves faster. When we're bored, time moves slowly…this notion that we actually effect time through our actions is based on man's desire to be the center of the universe and to set the clock. That's profane. Just like it's profane for fundamentalists in some religious groups to think that they can reset the clock in sacred time by destroying all creatures that can sense profane time…some Christians believe by forcing the battle of Armageddon, they can bring the "millienium of peace" into fruition, just like how some Muslims believe that by blowing up the entire planet, judgment day will begin early. For religious people, why do they think they have the right to play with the Grandfather Clock? Sadly, time-out is the only place we'll get to see the truth about time, space, and the ripples that move between.

    Comment by Roasted Locust — December 5, 2013 @ 7:48 PM

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