On Thu, Dec 26, 2013 at 11:24 AM, Edgar L. Owen <edgaro...@att.net> wrote:
> Clock time simultaneity has nothing to do with the present moment which
> is an entirely separate type of time I call P-time.
Did event X happen in the present time? There is no consensus, observers
> This is clear because observers with different clock time t values always
> inhabit the exact same present moment
No, that is not clear because it's not true. Observer A says 2 events
happened at the present moment, but observer B says they do not, there is
no consensus and no way to tell who's right.
> The present moment is the most fundamental self-evident experience of our
Einstein proved that self-evident truth was completely wrong, and that's
what made him so great. The idea of absolute time is as dead as the idea of
a flat earth.
> And it is quite clear that all observers, no matter what their t values,
> all exist within this same P-time present moment.
How do you figure that?
John K Clark
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