Subject: Re: (More) Cool sounds from outer space! - Well put
From: Kevin Austin (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Jul 31 2005 - 16:13:49 EDT
Well put indeed.
The 'problem' (sic) of the Crystallization of Time ... as if time
somehow existed ... (quantum mechanics anyone?).
Why does sampling work of the stimulus cannot be "frozen in time"?
There are many who believe in 'moving pictures', and go to a cinema
to spend half of their time sitting in the dark. (No, we won't go
there about those who live their entire lives sitting in the dark.)
Whether or not one _is_ sitting in the dark half of the time, it is,
IMV, about the perception and the interpretation of this perception,
not the 'object' or the 'event'.
Rather clearly, if you don't "get it", it truly isn't 'there', for you.
This may be seen as a deficiency, or it could be a matter of faith.
Choose your poison.
At 08:06 -0700 2005/07/31, Georgie Brack wrote:
>Confusing time-based events and a single frozen in time event is a
>bit of a problem you might want to get checked out....
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