My dynamic in part produces worlds that appear to have time as a property but also produces all kinds of worlds that have no time in the sense of there being any ordered sequence. There are also "worlds" that are just a single kernel that is given physical reality in a manner commensurate with the features of the dynamic.
At 07:40 PM 1/9/2005, you wrote:
A compromise on these two views occurs through my assumption of "Time" being a necessary property of observerhood. Sure atemporal worlds exist, but there's nobody in them to observe them. Similarly, Hal Ruhl's dynamic process is simply the process of observation.