I didn't realise that in the block universe interpretation of the mathematics, that there was a distinction made between what I was experiencing while you were experiencing what you were experiencing and simultaneity. Such that event A being simultaneous to event B does not imply that a witness of event A, located at the location of event A, would have of experienced event A while a witness of event B, located at the location of event B would have of experienced event B. Though if that is the case, then perhaps the physicists could use the term "experimental simultaneity" to avoid people misunderstanding what they were suggesting, and maybe even being mislead (perhaps thinking it implied atheism, and that free will didn't exist).Well, a bit worse than that. Your claim is not even well defined. Your claim involved the word "simultaneously" repeatedly. Simultaneity is a frame-dependent concept, so whenever you use the term you must specify the reference frame.Did I make claims incompatible with the standard interpretation?
I don't understand how this accounts for my perception of changing experience in the block universe interpretation. I don't mean that it doesn't account for perception at all, I'll overlook that. What I mean is that I don't understand how it suggests my experience will change, rather than suggesting I equally exist at different points along the curve, and that at each of these points I am having a different static perception. The reason is that I'm not sure what is moving along my worldline in the block universe interpretation, and so explains what is having the changing experience. As I pointed out, I am not a single point on my worldline, nor all the points on the worldline.At different points
a(τ) along your worldline you have different past light cones. This accounts for your perception of changing experience.