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Posted by Alexander on October 23, 2001 18:51:50 UTC

We may talk endlessly about motion trough time "dimension" (which is not a dimension but only a coordinate), but to apply physics to "that spooky motion" someone has at least to DEFINE this motion. So, what is the speed (or velocity) of motion through time? How would you define it?

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