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Re: Realitivity Space-time Implications

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Posted by Myoung/">Myoung on March 4, 2000 03:55:26 UTC

I think it is a simple concept to understand. It has to be that all time is simultaneous. Time is simply perception of motion. The way I understand it is that although sunrise may be in the past for me right now, it is in the present for someone else. That person is living in what is my future but their present. That is small scale but all events have the same general implications on my reality.

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