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Impressive, Luis; But Stafford Survives?

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Posted by Alan on July 29, 2002 05:16:46 UTC

Good work Luis, but I think Stafford survives your impressive argument:

"These times are restricted to their local environments"

Stafford shows that this restriction reduces to restricting "these times" to an un-measureable instant between two interactions; they become zero or unmeasureable. He has reduced the local environment to its smallest state, and "time" vanished; there was ONLY proper time).

Your system requires crossed paths (two relative rulers); "these times" are founded in micro-proper time, it seems.

A rigid object (environment) requires crossed paths: thus is a PROPER object.

Interactions, EVENTS, have dimensions, he says.
"Time" becomes a way of looking at the event-structure or something.



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