On 5/3/2010 12:39 PM, m.a. wrote:
*If someone hiking along the twisting highway that follows the cliffs in Northern Italy or coastal California, high above the sea, should reach a point that protrudes so far out that looking back, he can see the entire route he had traversed during the previous hour including every waypoint, landmark, outcrop, distinctive rock or tree; and he remembered passing each place sequentially, would this not count as strong evidence that the past is real? m.a.*

Only by sensible persons; not philosophers.  :-)


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