matju at artengine.ca
Thu Nov 15 18:32:11 CET 2007
On Thu, 15 Nov 2007, Ed Kelly wrote:
> matju wrote:
>> Whether time "moves" or "stays exactly where it is" is a metaphysical
>> question: you can't make an experiment that distinguishes the two
>> possibilities. Thus it's just a matter of how we explain things to
> There is some evidence of time's asymmetry, and hence the "arrow of
> time" in particle physics.
I believe you, but I expected you to reply this to the paragraph about
equivalence of time and space. Instead, you replied to the part about the
lack of a common referential of time, which doesn't really have to do with
backward time imho.
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