Nov 042013

Question by American citizen and taxpayer: Is it possible that all moments in time exist simultaneously?
I remember reading something about this in a science article, concerning physics.

Can anyone explain this concept? Does it apply only at the smallest subatomic level?

Is the human conception of time somehow at variance with the laws of physics?

Any information would be helpful. thanks.

Best answer:

Answer by StormXibalba
This sounds interesting but i think my brain exploded too complicated for me

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  One Response to “Is it possible that all moments in time exist simultaneously?”

  1. Good question!

    Before your question: What is the meaning of time?
    Your time and my time are the same?

    I can´t understand why time can be divided infinitely…

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