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I have been doing extensive scientific research in the field of dimensional relativity and space-time systems. As anyone knows, in Newtonian mechanics velocity is derived by differentiating the position with respect to time. In a simplified sense, we can see that:

The nature of time in Einstein’s relativity appears at first glance to pose something of a problem. The differences in x, y and z are entirely dependent on whether or not Nordstrom Time (nT) is entered into the equasion while Codi (c) is present.

As you can see, the fourth dimension (Time) is independently effected by the proximity of Nordstrom and Codi elements. If Codi estimates that she’ll be at Nordstrom for 30 minutes, then mathematically, 30 mins could equate to 12,478 minutes, or the number of new shoes (nS) in the sale area to the 8th power.

For more interesting info on this topic, see Nova’s interview with Carl Sagan.



Codi went to Nordstrom for a while today. I waited for her at Brookstone, relaxing in a massage chair. One of the best inventions ever – the Brookstone foot massager. It massages your feet like a paint shaker at Home Depot – the small motor makes about 20 revolutions per second and just about numbs the peds. It has a shiatsu massager as well. So nice!


“We cannot expect that everyone, to use the phrase of a decade ago, will �talk sense to the American people.� But we can hope that fewer people will listen to nonsense. And the notion that this Nation is headed for defeat through deficit, or that strength is but a matter of slogans, is nothing but just plain nonsense.” — President JOHN F. KENNEDY