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- noun Plural form of
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One common fiction is to picture hyperspace as a negative image of the universe we see, inhabited by such woolly beasts as - c, contra-charged subnuclear binding energies, and anti-gravitons and anti-chronons.
"Why does it do that?" someone asked, and Orion answered mechanically, "There aren't as many chronons as there are photons, and they have a lot more area to cover."
The chronons were too scattered and the image began to blur and fade.
The chronon theory would remove the distinction between physical, infinitely divisible duration and psychological time — or rather it would reduce this distinction to that of degree only, the physical “chronons” being of incomparably shorter temporal span than the temporal minima sen
"Further tests showed that the superstring tubes are the primary mechanism by which all gravitrons and chronons are transported, ducted instantaneously -- or faster -- all over the Universe.
I now add two others, the particles of space I call spations, those of time, chronons. "