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Contrived Derivative With Respect To No Time

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Posted by Tim on April 25, 2003 18:08:40 UTC

and the idea of uncertainty was the only way i could come up with a rational for motion in the absence of time whereby we was considering a way of looking at motion as a dimension in the absence of time.

previously i was pondering the idea of relative motion, the idea of postulating that some referance frame is still so that from the perspective of another referance frame which is moving one could construe a sense of movement in the postulated still frame. but alas i think this is even more contrived than the virtual motion with no time with in the constraints of uncertainty idea.

regards tim

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