[time 625] Re: [time 623] Re: [time 620] [Fwd: Quantum General Relativity (was: Does afundamental time exist in GR and QM?)]

Stephen P. King (stephenk1@home.com)
Fri, 27 Aug 1999 03:35:59 -0400

Dear Matti,

        The answer is Hitoshi's theory of Time!


Matti Pitkanen wrote:
> >Hi All,
> >Here is a post from Mark William Hopkins to sci.physics.research...
> >I am appaled that Mark Hopkins is saying this! But I must be open to
> >the possibility of error in my thinking. The only problem I have is that
> >I fail to see how the information is organized within the "4-dimensional
> >universe" in the first place! The undecidability and NP-Completeness
> >problems are ignored! :-(
> The post of Mark Hopkins expressed very clearly what geometric
> time is: it is only one additional dimension, it is not a process.
> But our subjective IS process! This discrepancy is the Big
> Problem of present day physics and of consciousness theories also!
> Real progress can begin only if this problem is recognized (and
> sooner or later unavoidably leads to TGD picture of time(;-)).
> It is extremely difficult to think a single clear thought
> about time and understanding of other's thoughts about time is even more
> difficult(;-). My own adventurous travel to the recent ideas about
> what psychological time actually is, is excellent demonstration of this
> fact. I am happy that not all that trash I have produced about
> time is not published. The concept of time is simply at the
> the upper limit of our (at least my) cognitive abilities.
> Best,
> MP

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