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11/17/2013

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RogerMader

I am gobsmacked at the simple (ironic) unity of the Re/Proverse. Assuming that there's no objection to mass hurtling backward through time in excess of light speed, I expect a rocket scientist might have a few conflicts. If not, you may go from man of string to man in reverse. Even if so, well, you'll have earned another shot at polymath-of-the-year.

Save that napkin.

RogerMader

Speaking of napkins, wouldn't the Time image at left have the initial point of the Reverse at the same point as initiation of the Proverse? A lopsided bow tie, narrow at right.

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