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« on: 22/04/2010 06:38:05 »
Many of you will know what a BTU is, but did you know there is also a CEU?

A CEU is a "Career Ending Unit". CEUs are closely related to Onoseconds.

Onoseconds are a measure of the amount of time that elapses between your finger pressing the send on an email you composed that told your boss exactly where he/she is going wrong and the point where your brain realizes it probably was not such a good idea to send it.

Onoseconds can equate to terminal CEUs. Terminal CEUs are typically unknown.

While CEUs are easily acquired, they have a very long half-life. It is almost impossible to accelerate their decay rate. The only way to reduce CEUs is to annihilate them by introducing anti-CEUs (ACEUs). Unfortunately, ACEUs are extremely rare. They are also very expensive and time consuming.



 

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« Reply #1 on: 22/04/2010 20:06:13 »
And using a beamsplitter you can actually prove that it is possible to use CEUs to end more than one path simultaneously. Which introduces a problem in that the Onosecond in an single unbreakable chunk of time, impossible to split, even in a beam splitter.
 

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« Reply #2 on: 22/04/2010 21:31:06 »
And using a beamsplitter you can actually prove that it is possible to use CEUs to end more than one path simultaneously. Which introduces a problem in that the Onosecond in an single unbreakable chunk of time, impossible to split, even in a beam splitter.

Right!

Oh, I forgot to mention. If an observer is also the CEU producer, it is impossible for the observer to quantify the number of CEUs produced as this would violate NSE (No Self Evaluation). Of course, it would be kind of pointless to count them anyway, because the terminal threshold can only be predicted by traveling through time.
 

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« Reply #3 on: 22/04/2010 22:24:56 »
Ah, the CEU/NSE theory right?

As for our spherical observer, how exactly would that express itself?

Considering that the escape velocity of those CEUs still have to obey the speed of cold feet in a vacuum? And where exactly do those brown boxes come in? Those that you can see in all those photos depicting CEU observations?

It's strangely unexplained, but I feel that for a well rounded theory those phenomena too need to be taken into consideration.

Is there a theory covering those too?
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PS: They only seem to materialize in the enactment of the actual outcome too?
Also, I've never seen one going in through the same port-all's (scientific name for measuring devices), could it be 'many paths' ??
Or another beam splitter, coming from the future?


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« Reply #4 on: 23/04/2010 07:39:52 »
I really wish you had not mentioned the brown boxes. I have not quite finished my paper yet and I don't need a bunch of yahoos trying to beat me to the Nobel Prize. (Yes, I know that's "the other lot")

Be that as it may, in the interests of science, I should disclose that my experiments have identified a critical connection between equibruno light and CEUs.

Equibruno light has precisely the right frequency to produce an abundant stream of ACEUs.

 

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