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Re: Time

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Posted by Wayne/">Wayne on January 10, 2000 22:10:25 UTC

: What is time?

Wayne: Time began with the physical universe.(Several billion years ago) It has one, and only one, function. That is to mark the change in location of one heavenly body to another. (Earth rotates one full revolution = 24.26 hours) Time is a "yardstick" and when time is up, you will know it. Time does not warp, bend, slow, or speed up. That is what the Bible says, anyway, and so far no one has proven it wrong.

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