Again, for the nth time, P-time is the presence of the logical space in
which all dimensionality and thus all measurables are computed. Thus it has
no measure in the sense that clock time does because it is the substrate or
background of all measurement.
However it can be directly observed and confirmed since it is the most
fundamental observation of our existence throughout our whole lives from
birth to death.
On Friday, January 17, 2014 7:16:00 PM UTC-5, Brent wrote:
> On 1/17/2014 8:09 AM, Edgar L. Owen wrote:
> Your argument is fine. It's standard GR. BUT for the nth time it's
> talking about CLOCK TIME simultaneity, rather than the present moment of
> p-time. It still doesn't seem to register that there is a difference even
> though the fact of the twins meeting with different clock times in the SAME
> present moment clearly demonstrates they are different.
> You can argue no inherent absolute clock time simultaneities till the
> cows come home and I will agree EVERY TIME.
> But that just ain't the p-time present moment as the twins prove over
> and over ....
> How do you measure an interval of p-time?
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