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Billy Joe Fudge thinks schools' momentum will continue to propel

According to my observation there is considerable good stuff moving and it appears to be moving at light speed.
Comments re photo 69680 Twilight of a era Or will schools continue winning vector

Billy Joe Fudge writes:
I'm confident that we are not in twilight because of one of the laws of physics, momentum (mass in motion). Of course, momentum consists of both the weight and size of the mass and how fast the mass is moving.

According to my observation there is considerable good stuff moving and it appears to be moving at light speed. Therefore, should we not encounter much resistance in the future and/or keep fueling the velocity, momentum should not be slowed. - Billy Joe Fudge
Billy Joe Fudge - How many of us hope you are right! - ED

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