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  1. TT_0, I take it you have no further comments or intentions of answering my last post? Considering what answering may undermine, I can respect you sudden silence. Anymore dialogue between you and me and I could very well end up discrediting your claims of being a Time Traveler. Or on the other hand, may very well end up supporting my point about Time Travelers intentions. Either way, if you wish to have a real dialogue, and meet my challenge, I still await your answer. In addition, don't answer what and when is convenient for you. There have been a few past posts requesting that
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  2. ((You mentioned a divergence from time lines. How is it possible to measure such a divergence?)) The measurement for worldline divergence is an observation variable isolated to the distortion unit. An effective analogy would be a “gravity radar”. The unit’s sensors take a “snapshot” of the local gravity around the unit before a flight. During travel, this baseline is periodically checked to make sure there are no major changes in the environment that would cause a catastrophic mass failure (brick wall appearing from nowhere). The percentage of VGL divergence from one worldline to another is
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  3. The Google Trends reference doesn't really mean anything JayJay. IF there had been a link posted to Google Trends that showed no spike prior to your posting of the link, then maybe it might have some merit. Saying that it was altered and posting the graph after the claim is made doesn't prove anything.
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