Yes - you have put finger on exactly where I feel most uncomfortable
about Hal Ruhl's ideas. Over to you Hal :)

On Sun, Oct 09, 2005 at 12:02:38PM -0700, John M wrote:
> Hal and Russell (and whoever is interested),
> 
> in this dialogue - which I don't feel like
> participating in - the word 'dynamic' is frequently
> applied. Without going into more involved theories
> where the term 'lives', the dictionary meaning is like
> procedure involving a force or similar. My notion was
> that 'time' is inevitable in a dynamic procedure (?) 
> Since in my 'narrative' time, space, even causality
> are concepts pertinent to THIS universe and its
> perception of the order we observe and try to explain,
> are you contemplating the discussion on the
> circumstances of THIS universe? (Mind you: I don't
> deny the above terms from other universes but I do not
> restrict those (any of them) to the characteristics we
> use for ours). 
> 
> John M
> 

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