The terms ‘space’ and ‘time’ leave me feeling hollow. Even when strung together in the mock highbrow space-time-continuum, the words themselves lack resonance, especially considering the ideas they represent are supposed to be the fundamental, if least understood, building blocks of the universe. The more I think about it, the more it seems possible that neither exist at all and that the words trap us into a narrow way of thinking; that the words are merely proxies for something else altogether. betway
I suggest we abandon the words space and time until someone can prove their existence, and make a fresh start by coming up with a new explanation, hopefully one with a more prosaic name.
“Sauce” sounds like a good plain replacement word to me. No?
Good one, Jack. I like ‘sauce’ too, or salsa, or gravy. Let’s get some theoretical physicists on board, huh?
“TIME AND SPACE ARE MODES BY WHICH WE THINK, NOT CONDITIONS IN WHICH WE LIVE.”
-thanks for clearing that up, albert.
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