Question about time.


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cragar
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Mar28-12, 03:27 AM
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Does time exist in the same sense that my chair physically exists. Or is time something we created to give reference to events?
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Mar28-12, 03:47 AM
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time doesnt exist like a chair, but it exists like lengths that can measure the dimensions of the chair. It's not just human, time must be for events to even occur in the first place.
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Mar28-12, 03:48 AM
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This does not meet the criteria for posting in the philosophy subforum. Feel free to do a forum search on threads regarding time as there have been many in the various physics forums.


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