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world line

n.
The path in spacetime traveled by an elementary particle for the time and distance that it retains its identity.
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Managing director Paula Bellamy, an industry veteran who earlier managed Allseas Global Logistics Dubai and Ocean World Lines UK offices, will be heading Oceanwide Logistics Dubai.
Security Council, as it has in the past, when the world lines up against it.
It would be eerie without the events of the past 12 months: most of the world lines up at the U.
Then their world lines in space-time can be represented by two parallel lines, shown as EE'E" and TT'T" in the figure.
His deduced improved equation of the world lines deviation
Computing all the possible future world lines for the stock market would require getting inside the heads of the traders to see how they think,' he said.
In these worlds there exist closed, time-like world lines, and time travel, insofar as we can speak of it in such timeless models, becomes possible.
The two world lines are equal on the tail of the strip, their common history.
1) The world lines of the particles are continuous.
NASDAQ: PACR), the North American freight transportation and global logistics services provider, announced the addition of David Boothe as vice president of global sales as Pacer continues to pursue growth of its international business units, Ocean World Lines, Inc.
OpenText has already opened the Enterprise World lines of communication by inviting attendees to start the conversation now and get involved in its online communities and social networks.
The second is a "cleaned up" version of the first, in which the way in which time and causality are experienced on the first level is seen as an illusion, and is replaced by a version of time as a fourth Minkowskian dimension, and causality as a harmonious interrelationship of all world lines.

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