On 28 December 2013 17:19, Edgar L. Owen <edgaro...@att.net> wrote:
> Even worse, and less applicable to reality if it's really true, but Jason
> is clearly talking about sequences of computations, and befores and afters.
> How can sequences occur if there's no time? And how does time arise?
This is why you have to fully understand the theory before attempting to
> Seems awfully unrealistic to me....
> The "argument from incredulity" has not carried much weight for a long
time in science.
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