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Why Did The Moderator Remove My Post On Absolute Time?

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on October 12, 2004 15:40:35 UTC

As I have asked this several times, perhaps Harv will comment. He has exhibited a strong rapport with the moderator.
Hi Harv,
The post about time you have just written
is fun to read for several reasons. Your use of several four and five syllable words is fun.
Your circumlocution is fun.
Your design of an imaginary universe, on first reading, seems to have no bit-by-bit correlation to the one we experience time-wise, so the fantasy aspect is also fun.
Is there such a thing as a single time on all planets, or could it be merely an experience like weather systems, connected only by the traveller or agency who collects data on synchonous events and imagines a pattern?

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