Date: Sat, 1 Mar 2008 04:23:09 -0800 (PST)
From: "David Lynch" <dnl1960 at>
Subject: Relativity - The Train Paradox
To: "Richard A. Muller" <ramuller at>


In your train paradox video on youtube,, at 1:15 you ask a question,
"Why is it true?" Then make a statement, "We discussed that before class. Why not? I mean there is no good answer to that."
I contend that there is..

Like the information paradox, axioms in the language of mathematics make strong suggestions that both the information and train paradoxes are true.
To address your question why not, one must be willing to look at the fundamental axioms of mathematics.
Could the language that science has been using contain a great mistake?

A simple error that appears to add up to nothing. Combined with a second error that appears to add up to everything.
What if the the axioms of, 0.0, and infinity, are the simple mistakes that have lead science down the path to paradox?
Blinding their minds with a big bang.

If this they are an error in logic, how can we get around this grand mistake? To do that, one must be willing to use a new mathematical model.
A system that puts 0.0 and infinity outside the reach of this universe.
Inner space bubbles up clockwise in quantum loops of gravity as outer space collapses counter clockwise through super strings.
We barely feel it.

Below I present to you an equation for time that uses
the reason of Lynch, the energy of Einstein, the force of Newton, and the logic of Socrates, to describe a moment of time.

Below is a letter that spells out the KnoWell equation in detail.

Below is a letter that points out Einstein's short sightedness in his E=mc^2 equation. Einstein
used T for time. T(+l+w+h)c^2. That same equation can be written using the logic of the KnoWell as, P(+l+w+h)c*F(-l-w-h)c.
Thus the past is in the particle state +, and the future is in the wave state -.

The future is the inverse of the past while the past is a derivative of the future making the moment the infinite 1.

Best wishes,