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Zeeder

In Reply To
Primetime

Subj: exactly NT
Posted: Sat Sep 20, 2008 at 12:59:10 pm EDT
Reply Subj: Re: Here is the thing, tho..
Posted: Sat Sep 20, 2008 at 12:45:57 pm EDT (Viewed 1 times)


> > > But neither of us think the spectre feat is "debunked"
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> > Not you guys, then. But plenty posters pointed out, rightfully, in my opinion, that Spectre could not have been a lunar mass in that issue.
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> > > because the moon didn't crack. With that kind of logic NO strength feat is valid.
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> > Some things are more absurd than others, in my opinion. Spectre rested on the Moon, causing no damage, after falling upon it. Therefore he is not a lunar mass, I do not think.
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> > _rc
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> I think that the big difference is that the universe/cosmos is a physical reality that actually has mass, volume, etc. while "eternity" is a concept and not a physical reality that would have mass, weight, volume,etc. Thus one would ask for evidence of the weight of "eternity" and the moon supporting the weight of "eternity" is evidence of a certain weight limit. We don't need that type of evidence with holding up the literal universe because we have a concept of such weight and Earth supporting that weight is simply comicbook non-logic.
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> It's just like planet pushing. The force needed to move one would propel a human right through it and if a human doesn't go right through it, one can assume that that human is not generating that kind of force and the planet must not weigh nearly what we would believe a planet to weigh. But we know that the planet was meant to have the typical mass of a planet, thus we conclude that we are dealing with comicbook non-logic.



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