2009/9/2 Flammarion <peterdjo...@yahoo.com>:

>> Well, as well as the question of what constitutes the qualitative
>> character of such snapshots, one might also wonder about the curious
>> fact that such 'frozen' capsules nonetheless appear to us as
>> possessing internal temporal duration and differentiation.
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> Easily explained if perceptual data are "timestamped".

Yes, that would appear to be the specification, more or less.  What's
the implementation?

David

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> On 1 Sep, 23:48, David Nyman <david.ny...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 1 Sep, 17:46, Flammarion <peterdjo...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>>
>> > time capsules are just what I am talking about. Why would you need
>> > anythign more for the specious present than a "snapshop" some of
>> > which is out of date?
>>
>> Well, as well as the question of what constitutes the qualitative
>> character of such snapshots, one might also wonder about the curious
>> fact that such 'frozen' capsules nonetheless appear to us as
>> possessing internal temporal duration and differentiation.
>
> Easily explained if perceptual data are "timestamped".
>
>>This seems
>> to appeal simultaneously to aspects of both flux and block models of
>> time whilst being entirely consistent with neither.
>>
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