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  • How the singularity might impose new hierarchies through energy-matter concentration.

    Calling All Haters Of Anarcho-Capitalism

  • Gleaming rings and spheres, looking to be made of the same energy-matter and exotic materials as Atlantis, fired lasers and pulsed attitude thrusters in studied bursts that opened and spread in glowing cones of particles.

    Ilium

  • I assumed that the mirroring went all the way down to the elementary particles of which space-time and energy-matter are made.

    Spock Must Die

  • Nor would it affect what is known as “cosmological” immortality, according to which our energy-matter does not cease to exist but is only transformed and dispersed.

    DEATH AND IMMORTALITY

  • Comparing these figures, one can conclude that anthropogenic carbon dioxide emission is negligible indistinguishable in any energy-matter transformation processes changing the Earth’s climate.

    Road Map #3 « Climate Audit

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