Subject: ... where observable time stops.
Date: Mon, 26 May 2003 12:02:35 +0100
From: Dimi Chakalov <dchakalov@surfeu.at>
To: Larissa Borissova <heya@aha.ru>, rabounski@yahoo.com
CC: elena@imf.au.dk


Dear Drs. Borissova and Rabounski,

I'm reading your gr-qc/0304018 with great interest. You wrote: "From viewpoint of a regular observer zero-particles move instantly, thus they can realize zero-transportation" and "Zero-space can only exist in presence of rotation ...".

Please see the "rotation" of the universe at

http://members.aon.at/chakalov/Nature.html

I'm curios why you didn't mention Max Tegmark's gr-qc/9702052,

http://members.aon.at/chakalov/Tegmark.html#2

BTW can you find the case "where observable time stops" in Biquaternion Quantum Mechanics, by Elio Conte,

http://members.aon.at/Conte.html#1


Regards,

Dimi Chakalov
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