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Motion Revisited

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Posted by Tim on April 19, 2003 03:58:10 UTC

Mike,

again sir i quote:
"Seems to me that motion is spatial and time is
abstract and subjective. Motion could be a dimension without time"

would not motion "freeze up" if there was no time?
take a motion picture, slow the projector down, and down and down and the motion becomes less and less and less. stop the projector and the motion stops. i think this is analogous to slowing time and stopping time, and admittedly motion.
i find it difficult to imagine motion with out time. what do you think?

regards tim

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