On 9/5/2012 2:20 AM, Craig Weinberg wrote:
Why? If everything is a singular totality on one level, then synchronization is the precondition of time. Time is nothing but perspective-orchestrated de-synchronization.
No. Time is an order of sequentially givens. DO not assume per-orderings because those have to be accounted for by something else. Think of Rubber Ducks swimming in a long row. Did they just get to be in that order by random chance, really?


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Onward!

Stephen

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