Phase Physics?

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Hello

What does everyone think of the idea that matter can be out of phase with other matter dependent upon it's alignment. I have read some papers on this effect and want to know if everyone agrees with the basic idea and i'm curious to know if anyone has any idea how to take matter out of phase with ourselves.

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chroot

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Begin by defining "phase."

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jeff

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Originally posted by iamgore46 ...I have read some papers on this effect and...if anyone has any idea how to take matter out of phase with ourselves.
What papers?

To take matter out of phase with yourself, sneak up behind the matter and then very very quietly take a step one planck length to your left and bash it in the head with a frying pan hooked up to a phase inverter (star fleet standard issue).
 
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