On 23 Oct 2013, at 22:48, LizR wrote:
I will be reading this as soon as I get the time, I mean the
emergent phenomenon...but thought in the meantime you guys might be
I may have comments once I've had a chance to read it!
Very interesting, and quite close the way time, and space have to
appear from a universal number points of view, in case the normal
measure does not contain too much white rabbits, which needs to be
Now, I thought, perhaps naively, that after Einstein and Gödel, no one
serious still believed in a "real" time. Here I allude to Gödel's work
in General Relativity.
I recommend the reading of the book of Palle Yourgreau, which made me
realize that perhaps not so much scientist have understood the
vanishing of time, in physics.
But the link you provided is not just on the disparition (and
phenomenological emergence) of time, but on an elegant way to recover
it in a first person plural ways, and a way to test this.
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