YEARNING FOR TIME DILATION

 

 

I am yearning for Time Dilation. For, according to this scientific theory, the rate of the passage of Time is not a constant, but rather a variable whose measurement is determined by, inter alia, the gravity of the particular celestial body upon which the passage of Time is being experienced.

As an example, the dinosaurs existed for 150 million years as measured by the present rate of the passage of Time on Earth, but they existed for only 1.5 hours as measured by the rate of the passage of Time at the Point of Origin (wherever that may be) just after the Big Bang.

What is my point?

As we measure the rate of the passage of Time on Earth, Hamas has been bombarding Israel with rockets for almost 8 years, and Israel has been threatening to stop the rockets for -- well -- almost 8 years.  And, unfortunately, this outrage may continue for another 8 years.

So, I hope that there is some very large planet where the rate of the passage of Time causes its denizens to believe that Israel actually vanquished Hamas only hours after the latter began to bombard the Jewish State.

At least those creatures will view Israel as a proud Jewish State that places the immediate safety of its citizenry above all other considerations.

 

Mark Rosenblit

 

 

 

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