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Posted by Robert Garfinkle on March 5, 2003 07:47:23 UTC

I found another one and have been throwing Ideas at them to see how they respond etc.

Anyway, I threw a subject out there regarding time, and I got a whole bunch of responses.

At one point, one of the posters suggested / asked if time was linear? So, I posed a silly question back.

I asked, if it was not linear, then could it be “curved” or “circular”, and maybe it only appeared to be Linear. Like the bicycle spokes that appear to go backwards when they were really going forwards etc. (obviously to throw a bit of humor in)

I, again, got a whole bunch of responses.

The last post, from a person who called me ridiculous, and asked me a question.

How could time be circular?

So I replied:

Well, It seems to start over about every 24 hours.

And I left it at that.

Robert

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