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Re: Belief In Time, Not Motion

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Posted by lux on February 11, 2000 17:21:33 UTC

: By the way, I believe only in time, not motion.

lux thinks you got it right right up to the end. Time is measurement of motion. Spacetime only exists because when the energy curls up into mass it keeps moving, a.k.a. motion. Believing in time and not motion is inconsistant and thus appears as your drive to have a fresh perspective regardless of merit.

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