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Re: Re: Re: Re: About God, Life And Death (2)

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Posted by Phil.O.Sofir on November 24, 2000 12:02:25 UTC

So you believe there is such a thing as time in areas no within the event horizon of black holes.
This may be a terminology problem, I see what we call time as a present condition that we observe only because it has movement, and cannot be pre or post experianced by anything. So it may be that the event horizon stops motion? And this area of stillness attracts any movement toward its negativity, or vice versa, if saying that matter/motion is positive in this relationship?
Do you think it is possible to move back or forward in this non-thing we label as time?
Thanks for breaking down the pieces for me in the way you did, it makes it easier to digest.

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