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Posted by Andrew Robbins/">Andrew Robbins on February 14, 2000 19:24:38 UTC

: : Does everything contained in space at a given time t, with reference to you, exist at that same time t?

: : Please include proof in your answer.

: There's nothing to prove. You just asked if everything existing at your time t exists at your time t. You might as well ask, is red red?

Oh yes?

Do two objects, between which is a given distance, exist in the same moment?

Prove it.

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