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Dec10-05, 02:27 PM
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Well, I haven't read all Les Sleeth just wrote down, but I would like to make a simple point: the fact you are perceiving something 0.1 ms after it happened, doesn't mean there is no present. It only means we have theoretically no way of perceiving the present, which is an annoying thought in itself.

EDIT: No offence, but this is by far the most theoretical piece of philosophy I have ever seen, however I must admit I got my first lessons three or four months ago. A scientist usually won't gain anything by denying the present.