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Puthoff, at the conference in Brighton last January, agreed that "mass" corresponded to "amount of aether"

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  • cyrano@aqua.ocn.ne.jp
    ... C’est comme en escrime, l’adversaire avance, vous le laissez avancer et c’est lui qui s’embroche Dumas Si tu te fais ver de terre, ne te surprend
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      >Puthoff, at the conference in Brighton last January, agreed that "mass"
      >corresponded to "amount of aether". And as such, he tentatively agreed
      >that fusion should lead to emission of aether, and by extension, emission
      >of space. I doubt he has worked on the concept, but, at the conference
      >when I posed the question to him in front of everyone, he agreed that
      >quantity of aether was a good way to think of mass.
      >
      >Once you make that assertion, you are stuck with all of the rest of the
      >expectations that space is flowing out of stars.
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      C’est comme en escrime, "l’adversaire avance, vous le laissez avancer et
      c’est lui qui s’embroche"

      Dumas

      Si tu te fais ver de terre, ne te surprend pas si on t'écrase avec le pied !

      Kant
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