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Re: Realitivity Space-time Implications

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Posted by nåte on October 29, 1998 19:11:21 UTC

: : Relativity theory implies a block universe and thus the passage of time : is an illusion; the past and future exist in the block : universe as completed events in the whole of S-T. : Quantum theory, with the many worlds interpretation, brings back our common : sense concept of time. : Comments please?

Could you further explain your, "common sense of time"?

What do you imply when you contrast the two different distinctions of time?

Do you impose that the "common sense" is not relative? If so, how so?

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