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Posted by Luis Hamburgh on October 4, 2001 23:34:28 UTC

Alex,

I think you have inadvertently admitted a view contrary to your own. What exists is not restricted to what we measure, and so therefore "no causality" as the result of us not being able to measure time is not *a priori* uncertain, but rather our inability to measure the event!

-LH

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