Monday, December 05, 2005

Time Part Seven

Acknowledge the math below or go to hell.
4 Day Cube disproves 1 Day God.

1-Midday to midday = a 24 hour day rotation.
2-Sundown to sundown = a 24 hour day rotation.
3-Midnight to midnight = a 24 hour day rotation.
4-Sunup to sunup = a 24 hour day rotation.

The hollow Time Cube in which the 4
quadrant corners of Earth rotate, equates to
your 4 corner bedroom, or to a 4 corner
classroom which represents the 4 corners
of Earth - in which stupid and evil pedants
teach dumb students 1 corner knowledge.
Each of the 4 corners of Earth is the
beginning and ending of its own separate
24 hour day - all 4 simultaneous days within
a single rotation of Earth. Place 4 different
students in the 4 corners of a classroom and
rotate them 4 corners each. Note that they
rotate simultaneously wthin the same Time
frame as if only one is rotating - just as the
4 different days on Earth rotate. 3D math
applied within this hollow Cube would be
erroneous math, as it would not account
for the 4th corner perspective dimension.
Place a 100 people within this Cubic like
room and they will not increase the number
of corners anymore than 6 billion people on
Earth will increase the 4 corners of Earth.
It is dumb, stupid, evil and unworthy of
life on Earth to claim that this Creation
Cube has 6 sides - or no top and bottom.
Academia equates to a deadly plague.

More about Timecube

In a quasi-related note, Merry Christmas

both links from the too perfect for this world WFMU


At 9:38 AM, Blogger marxbert said...

Hey V/one...

Glad you find the time cube. Besides a schitzophrenic uncle I have, the time cube was one of my first encounters with the crazy...Something that I think will be a lifelong flirtation.

My uncle has notebooks of graffiti he has copied from around town. He thinks that gang tags are about him. It is sort of sad, he's a good guy but lives a very hard life. I'm sure this time-cube creator does as well. But still, there's something fascinating about it.

try (I think) for similar things...

At 9:41 AM, Blogger marxbert said...

Hey, you have to use ...the regular doesn't work for me.


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