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The Question Was If Time Really Exists

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on July 23, 2002 16:52:48 UTC

The answer points out the principal need for time to exist. It has nothing to do with measurement. Time exists whether we measure it or not, notwithstanding the Bohr interpretation. Apparently the bore believes in Bohr.

Not much regard this time,

DrummerDick

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