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How Does The "interwovenness" Suggest Freedom To Move In Time?

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Posted by Alexander on October 11, 2001 23:52:06 UTC

I can decide to call temperature a dimension, and then write down some equation relating temperature with space and with time (say, thermoconductivity equation: d2T/dx2 = dT/dt ). How does this equation (which shows that they are related, or "interwoven") justify "temperature travel"?

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