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Posted by Alexander on January 25, 2001 02:49:19 UTC

What do you mean by "time is a dimension just as length, width and breadth are"? Time is measured in hours, and space in miles - completely different units. How do you move back and forth in time (as you move back and forth in space)?

And what do you mean that "time is not linear"? Please explain what is "linear" time and what is "non-linear"?

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