From: John K Clark (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Mar 17 2008 - 23:54:29 MDT
Heartland, High Priest of the Unique Atom and Sacred Original Cult
> What does, "in identical atoms," mean
It means atoms that are identical. What does “does” mean?
> the processes I'm talking about can be distinguished quite easily.
Show me. Come on, it’s quite easy to do so show me!
> you can't seem to comprehend why you could have the same process
> using different atoms and different processes using the same atoms.
Read the above, the same process using different processes and different
atoms using the same atoms. You are correct, I can’t comprehend that.
John K Clark
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