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Topic: For the readers of WM: Resources on empirical time to consider as
a foundation for mathematics

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Brian Q. Hutchings

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Re: For the readers of WM: Resources on empirical time to consider as
a foundation for mathematics

Posted: Mar 20, 2013 5:10 AM
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it is convenient to blame it all on poor Minkowski,
who was actually quite a good "n-D" geometer.

the lightconeheads are dead -- long live the headconelites!

specail relativity is really just quaternions.

> Universe cannot always
> be broken up into pieces that
> serve as clocks, and in those
> cases, the theory makes no
> probabilistic predictions.
> Handling those situations will
> take a full quantum theory of
> gravity and a rethinking of
> time."




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