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Posted by M.W.Pearson on April 17, 2003 06:21:27 UTC

Hi Tim
Thanks for responding. I like your visualization exercise.
With respect to your statement,
" ...the time component of motion could be considered a dimension" --
would you be willing to precisely explain the use of the word "component" in this sentence?
The relationship between time and motion
seems to be precisely the question at hand
in many esoteric conversations. It could also be stated as "the motion component of time" . . . could it not?

Mike

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