It is meaninless fr5om an objective point of view, but from a 'classical
universe perspective' it has meaning. There is no objective meaning other
that 'everything exists'.
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> James writes:
> > There is no distinction. No observer-moments are related. No
> > are related to events. But of course, all observer-moments exists, and
> > events exist, so you could argue that all observations are accurate.
> So in this formulation, the question of whether a RAC could exist is
> meaningless? That doesn't sound like a very useful approach.