Aren't you familiar with the concept of a logical or mathematical or 
computational space that is non-dimensional? Simply stated it's just the 
locus or association of some set of elements. There is no necessary 
physical dimensionality associated with the concept.


On Monday, January 13, 2014 9:09:33 PM UTC-5, Brent wrote:
> On 1/13/2014 5:55 PM, Edgar L. Owen wrote: 
> > Liz, 
> > 
> > There is no FTL because this is not a physical dimensional space, it's a 
> computational 
> > space. The notion of 'together' is computational interaction rather than 
> dimensional 
> > co-location. 
> OK, it's not dimensional, which I take to mean it's not a Riemannian 
> manifold.  So what is 
> it, and what makes it "a space".  Does it have a topology, a definition of 
> "next to"?  Is 
> it Hausdorf?  "Space" is very general, but it must have some structure, 
> beyond just being 
> a set of computations, to count as being a space. 
> Brent 
> > 
> > Clock time doesn't produce the processor cycles because clock times are 
> computed by 
> > those cycles. Only a separate Present moment P-time can provide 
> processor cycles that 
> > clock time can be computed within. 

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