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Harvey, What Axiom Do You Need For Symetry Of Time?

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Posted by Alexander on August 31, 2001 17:17:21 UTC

For the satatement that any moment of time is the same as any other?

Or for the statement that any position in space is same as any other?

First statement results in energy conservation law, second one - in momentum conservation.

Same with all other natural laws.

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