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RE: RE: Todays Date In The String Of Evolution Of Humankind

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Posted by Phil.O.Sofir on March 28, 2000 02:52:34 UTC

That is what I think also, there is no such thing as time, the twins would be the same "age" only the speed of the traveller would have slowed the progression/amount of change as compaired to the other. So what we call time is only our perception of the rate of change in comparison with another object, there is no past or future, only the progress of change in the physical properties of objects/organisms due to natural laws which govern the changes and thier rates unless other variables intervien such as light speed travel which make the illusion pronounced.

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