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Posted by Bruce on October 21, 2001 04:15:38 UTC

if you don't understand it? Over at sci.physics.relativity Richard Stafford wrote:
"First of all, the critical issue is that Clocks do not measure time. Time is actually defined from the anthropomorphic perspective that "two things which exist at the same *time* can interact"! What science has discovered is that it is impossible to construct any mechanical device which will yield that information from a general
perspective. That's a fact and not a conjecture."
If Richard Stafford thinks "...the critical issue is that clocks do not measure time." Then that is his opinion but its not surprising that such nonsense isn't takin serious by physicists.

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