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Re: Re: A Thought On Time

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Posted by Giota on November 5, 2000 15:20:26 UTC

Great thought, but i don't agree, my friend... Although a man in my country very familiar and loved once wrote that his universe (time and space) started when he was born!!! Another great scientist wrote that "universe won't exist if there was no witness"!
I want to ask... Is the cat in that box alive or dead??? Is there a pencil on my desk? Will the pencil be there if i was or i was not?
Space and time exist together (In fact more are around, but we can't see them...) either there is a witness or not. The subject i think is that if we don't exist, we can't wonder! I think that was what the two men above were meaning.

Oops and something to laugh (i've just remembered):
Some days ago i read a strange story about a Square that felt in love with a Sphere!!!! Can you imagine that? Of course not... How could a Square 'see' a Sphere? Maybe as an ellipse or a circle when the last was passing through the Square's plane... The Square could never 'see' his real love!!!! $:o(

Great topic indeed!

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