26th April 2012 - 08:01 PM
QUOTE (brucep+Apr 25 2012, 05:15 PM)
What you think 'is apparent', about the dimension of time, probably isn't. Based on kindergarden arguments you made and all the discussion you ignored in the process.
I have always respected your knowledge of physics and I still do; however your many "brain farts" in the forums over the years have shown me there is a large gap between your, knowledge, ability to regurgitate it, and comprehension.
I mention this lack of being able to understand and equate what you know outside the scope in which you know it, in order to set the record straight and because your rudeness is getting tiresome. Others who read the forum might learn they can rely on your facts and figures but should not misconstrue that as good comprehension for a real world physical meaning of those facts and figures.
I can save you a reply by acknowledging that you'll tell me you could care less what I say and so on (you''d insert more nasty remarks here)... I'm not going to get into a verbal brawl with you on this, donít expect another reply; I would have been more delicate but your rude, arrogant-ignorant personality traits (you are your own worst enemy) got the best of me today.
27th April 2012 - 02:26 AM
QUOTE (Maxila+Apr 25 2012, 09:44 AM)
FYI, another interesting clue indicating time appears to require a change of position in space.
Quite aside from anyone's rudeness...
Even if you can postulate a space, you cannot verify it without traversing it, which takes time. Motion takes time, not vice versa. This is why there is a distinction between motion and teleportation.
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