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How Is Time Not A Dimension?

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Posted by E.Heba on May 17, 2001 01:48:00 UTC

Alexander, you say that time is not a dimension but a coordinate. I put this to my lecturer, who said you're wrong. Time, like space coordinates x, y and z, is a dimension as it is posible to change coordinates in time like changing coordinates in the spacial dimensions. (Maybe I've misunderstood what was ment)

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