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  1. #1 relativity of time and degeneration 
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    If what i do is simply a sequence of events relative to the world then there is no constant that can be considered absolute. so degeneration is relative to many other things that are sequences of events. theoretically with the right sequences or desequences... if you will... we could remain static to degeneration.


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    Yes, eating well and getting some exercise. Alcohol works for some.


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