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Yes, Finite Time Between Events, That's It!

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Posted by Mike Banks on July 9, 2001 20:04:18 UTC

I know that the distance between two events is finite, that's obvious. But the number of events goes back infinite. This causes the TOTAL TIME, not the time between two events, to be infinite. Total time as in the time up to the present.

Is that clear?

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