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To: js1138
Is time physical?
It certainly appears to be.

Can you feel, taste, smell, hear, or touch it?

Matter, energy, space, etc didn't just appear magically.
They certainly appear to be physical.

Yes, after they were created from — what? Where did they come from?

Can you think of anything non-physical that doesn't require a physical embodiment?

The soul, if you are into religion. Or whatever can create what is physical and non-physical.

66 posted on 08/03/2003 4:32:29 PM PDT by Consort
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To: Consort
Time is not a spacial dimension, but it is studied as an integral part of physics. Again, help me understand how somethings interacts with the physical without being physical.
71 posted on 08/03/2003 5:36:51 PM PDT by js1138
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