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Re: Realitivity Space-time Implications

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Posted by 11dim on November 3, 1998 10:31:13 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?

: : : What do you mean, words, Quantum theory?

: : Quantum theory: classical description with the many worlds model interpretation. : : My questions for comments are related to the philosophical interpretations of : : relativity and quantum theory.

: What do you mean, word, relativity? : Hmm. Relativity and quantum theory?

: Both are in same, in matter, in space, in life, in exist.

: If you draw a picture, at both. relativity and quantum, then : what kind this picture is? : I draw a picture. : I can see many different living beings, nice nature, stars, long distances, questions without answers. : I can see love. I can see feelings. I can see humans brains.

: I look my finger. : What do i need words, relativity and quantum? : Do i need these words?

Everything is! But nothing is explained, explaining is the useful? game of man.

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