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RE: What Is It That Does Not Change?

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Posted by Phil.O.Sofir on April 8, 2000 15:35:28 UTC

What is it that does not change? To achieve this not only would it require the entity to not change itself, but would also require it to be outside any influence of any other part of the universe, this is due to the fact that the entire universe is moving and changing, no matter how slowly, and that position is as important as any other condition of an enities existance. There is never a time when something is exactly in the same place at the same at any other moment in time (or as I see it: the changing present) no molecule is ever in the same point in either the object or in space or in relation to any other molecule, thus each movement/moment is original, never to be duplicated again, when this is applied to the universe as a whole, it makes the single point theorm totally impossible other than the abstract possibility of our minds perception.
Nothing ever remains the same, the only thing that never changes is the fact of change itself.

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