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In temporal mechanics,the Dali paradox is a temporal fissure which slows the passage of time to a gradual halt. It is also known as the "melting clock effect." (VOY: "Relativity")
This paradox was apparently named after Salvador Dali's famous painting "Persistence of Memory".

the Dali paradox is a temporal fissure which slows the passage of time to a gradual halt also known as The melting clock affect
by David Johnston January 06, 2007
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