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Posted by Harvey on October 16, 2001 19:33:21 UTC

Hi Mario,

I believe any type of satisfactory eternal life would almost require an atemporal existence (at least from my view). Instead of existing in paradise t1, then paradise t2, then paradise t3, etc., the idea of an atemporal existence would be to exist at paradise t1, paradise t2, etc... at the same moment. If you saw 'American Beauty' then what is said at the end of the movie would be the concept that I am communicating.

Warm regards, Harv

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