I'm studyng the content found on another question on this site and the expression "therethen" is used on some sentences in the answers. In one of the examples it's explained as being related to "spacetime state" but it doesn't help me to understand it. I have alread spent some time doing researches but I just can't understand what it really means. Here are some of the sentences I'm talking about:
B could have stop the accident from moving to therethen
B could have kept therethen away from the accident
B could have stop therethen from moving to the accident
"The accident could have been prevented by driving carefully." = "Driving carefully could have stop the accident from moving to therethen."