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Posted by Harvey on September 28, 2001 05:15:54 UTC


>>>Why would past, present and future coexist? I have a sensation of the passage of time: if I jump off a building, I won't hang there indefinitely, nor will I strike the ground instantaneously. So there is a causal process to the universe. How can this possibly be an illusion? An illusion experience ITSELF requires causality and independent moments of time to exist. Is this after-the-fact reasoning? Yes, but I don't care.

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