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If Time Is Just A Reaction Of An Expanding Universe...

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Posted by Rich on January 18, 2001 17:51:12 UTC

then time really doesn't exist in the past or future but only now, and it is just a probability, albeit it is high right now, that time will exist in the future and that in the past it had existed.
I continue to hear on the radio how god can see into the future, into the past, but how can god cohabitate a time continuum if it doesn't even exist?

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