Thomas,

>> (Apropos Günther Greindl's remark: "space as the self moving in
>> relation to everything else, time as everything outside the self moving in 
>> relation to oneself."

> it's funny that already in 1895, in his novel The Time Machine, H.G.
> Wells wrote, "There is no difference between time and any of the three

thanks for that notice, I wasn't aware of it!

Best Wishes,
Günther

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