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Stile
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Message 259 of 268 (681888)
11-28-2012 12:39 PM


Link to another Time and Beginning to Exist discussion
There's a decent discussion taking place in the thread linked below. It's in Free for All, and I just wanted to link it up to a topic where the title also leads directly to the discussion instead of just tangentially.

Also, because I want to. Maybe I want to keep an order on the board, maybe I just like things to be in an order in my head. But probably because I'm just bored.

It's about here: Message 342.
Mostly onward from there, but also backward somewhat too, I think.

The discussion I've linked to is mostly about basic physics... describing why time is a dimension in the first place, and more than just "an idea we have in our heads."

Oh yeah... that's the stuff... nothing quite like the feeling of pandering to the demands of irrational OCD


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Message 265 of 268 (682165)
11-30-2012 11:01 AM
Reply to: Message 262 by New Cat's Eye
11-28-2012 4:45 PM


When Bowling Balls are Observed
Catholic Scientist writes:

Bolwing balls do not behave like particles. They exist at a point even when nobody is observing them. Only really small things behave like probability waves that collapse upon observation.

Would it be correct to say that the bowling balls do behave in the same way... it's just that the bowling balls are constantly being "observed" by many things. Like the air particles all around them and colliding and such, or the machine or wood they're resting on, or even all the particles of the bowling balls themselves running into each other?


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