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Combine research to succed in the discovey of these newly believed frontiers in science though you will be mocked and tormented and 5 billion people wont believe you still continue your work!


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<font color="#FF3333">WHO WE ARE</font> - T.A.P. "Temporal Accelerator Project"


T.E.N. "Temporal Explorers Network" </p>


<font color="#00CC00">T.A.P.-T.E.N. is a Non-Profit Organization that involves a majority of their


research in the exploration of Time~Travel, Gravity Displacement, Unified


Field Inertia & Electrostatic Propulsion, To the exploration of examining


possible methods of the absorption & extraction techniques, to harness unlimited


free energy sources, by utilizing a sophisticated combination of merging


yesterdays technology, with today's modern high tech computer aided technological


forces all under one roof.




<font color="#00CC00">Our members consists of a broad range of ordinary people FROM all walks


of life, some of them are still in college, while others are college professors,


scientists, physicists, computer technicians, or those who like to dabble


in the electronics arena in their professions, to their garages & basements


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<This message has been edited by Time02112 (edited 16 November 2000).>



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