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You Insult Me For Believing In It, But U Forgot -- I Don't

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Posted by M.W.Pearson on October 17, 2002 02:03:38 UTC

Some troll calling himself Bruce wrote:
"Absolute time is a figment of your imagination. Quit being a baby because I choose not to discuss your 'amateur version' of something that can't be measured or shown to exist."

I supported Dr. Dick's idea based on the possibility that his quest could yield another layer of relative time. Absolute time, I suggested, is always the contextual time for a paradigm, like the programming wave of a cybernetic hierarchy of causation.
I'm sure Feynmann or someone would have agreed.
But not Bruce.

At first I respected you. But then a pattern emerged, and finally you turned into a troll.
"Come home, America!" as the McGovern for President campaign theme said.
You said if I posted my views on absolute time
that you would respond. I immediately did.
You never replied until now, and all you said was
a bunch of ***, *** and other things you apparently carry around in great supply . And I don't mean that with any rancor. Ya just don't have much credibility here right now.

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