[email protected] wrote:
You'll need to return
to your great-great-grandparents' time and make a substantial bank deposit,
then hope the miracle of compound interest will provide enough funds to pay the
fine. Trust me on this.
John, it won't work, I'm afraid... I discovered it the hard way...
Apparently the decay rate of money (which can have both signs) does
in other words, the product between the sign of its exponential and the
sign of the versor
indicating the time direction is invariant. This has the unfortunate
any amount of money you bring with you back in time has a negative
immediatedly applied to it. I would be a rich man by now, weren't it
for that ....
73 Alberto I2PHD
P.S. To all group members, please excuse this exchange of jokes...
though my age
is not exactly that of a child, my character still has some child-like
Sinite parvulos venire ad me !