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Oy Vey, You Reverse 180 Degrees And Blame Me!

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on July 23, 2002 19:38:33 UTC

You can be quite infuriating sometimes.

You write:
"The answer points out the principal need for time to exist."

I have to admit that was a truly amazing blarney. There was no such occurrance in the previous answer...and now, based on a non-answer, we have a "principal need for time to exist."

Gee Yanniru...that was really ....what was that?

You wrote:
"It has nothing to do with measurement."

Nothing? So, it's not science then.

You wrote:
"Time exists whether we measure it or not, notwithstanding the Bohr interpretation. Apparently the bore believes in Bohr."

I am willing to entertain either idea
but your support for time existing shows only
that it is an emotional thing. Okay...I FEEL you don't remember much else I've written on this forum. I'm not anti-Einstein, that's for sure. But I do think...and Dr. Einstein, were he here today, would surely let me.

You wrote:
"Not much regard this time,

DrummerDick"

That's all you wrote, so there's little wonder
that I can't buy your argument. Maybe you could make one, but so far you have not. Did you have enough for breakfast and lunch?

Mike

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