> Russell Standish wrote:
> With my TIME postulate, I say that a conscious observer necessarily
> experiences a sequence of related observer moments (or even a
> continuum of them). To argue that observer moments are independent of
> each other is to argue the negation of TIME. With TIME, the measure of
> each observer moment is relative to the predecessor state, or the RSSA
> is the appropriate principle to use. With not-TIME, each observer
> moment has an absolute measure, the ASSA
 That's an interesting idea, although I do have some problems with it. If
 completely specifies the state of an observer at a given time, then this
 already contains a notion of time as experienced by the observer. So, I
 would say that the notion of an abserver moment is more like that of a
 tangent space in General Relativity than that of a single space-time point.


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