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RE: A Thought On Time

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Posted by Giota on November 3, 2000 12:11:54 UTC

Why are we wondering about time and not about the lenght -for example? You said, my friend, "one meter cube" ..."of the rest uniniverse". One meter cube, under your eyes, exists in time and has time so real as the three dimensions of cube! You exist in time so anything around exists in time also.
Your point i think is "what about the "no matter"?!". My friend, the "no matter" doesn't exist, so what are we talking about?
But if your point is if an empty space exists in time... YES it is as it is something!

Time isn't affecting... Time determines...

Nature abhors vacuum?! I just think that nature loves chaos. Vacuum has nothing so it is something in great order... let me think that it has zero entropy. (Bladesinger, am i right?) That's what nature abhors.

That's my thought on time. My queries are on space! Is the space three dimensional or that's the only we can feel? Think... for a four dimensional being the space was going to be four dimensional! Wasn't it? Maybe we can talk about Reimann's or Lobatschewsky's geometry later! $:o)

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