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Posted by Luis Hamburgh on October 8, 2001 23:32:29 UTC

Alex,

In QM, particles may travel back and forth within tiny timespans.

In relativity, our velocity alters our relative passage of time.

Therefore, QM and relativity allow for time travel.

SO, since time travel implies more than one option in a traveler's trajectory, both QM and relativity imply freedom of temporal movement. HENCE, each of these theoreties regards time as a separate dimension.

:( :( :( :( :(

YET, you refuse to consider time as a separate dimension. Clearly this is a rejection of QM and relativity. You reject both theories every time you ignore time as a separate dimension!

So the big question is, what theory of yours refutes the notion of time as a separate dimension?

First the gravitons, now this. Man, either you are the next Copernicus, or you've eaten too many funny pills again.

-LH

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