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A Thought On Time

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Posted by Rich on November 2, 2000 21:15:31 UTC

This may seem simple to some, but let me try this. Take a small portion of outer space. Lets say a one meter cube. Imagine that we can isolate this cube from the rest of the universe. Create a vaccum within the cube so that absolutely no matter, bright or dark, exists in it. Does time physically exist in this cube?

If time exists, how does it? What is time affecting? If time does not exist, then is it possible that this is why nature abhors a vaccum?

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