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Re: time, cause and effect, etc.
Posted:
Nov 18, 2013 11:28 AM


Dale <dale20111942yllek@hushmail.com> wrote in news:71v7sl.unj.17.2 @news.alt.net:
> time could be: > > 1) finite > 2) one of the various types of infinity > 3) cyclical > 4) fuzzy and perhaps infinite if its set is of low ordinality
It's a dimension
> I don't know about you, but I experience cause and effect > > for time to be finite there has to be a first cause and a last effect,
Not necessarily. Just as there is no smallest positive rational number > our universe, as part of a multiverse, would have to exist within > membranes or a manifold or something > > if time is cyclical, this is easy, the last effect is the first cause > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yuga > > I don't think cause and effect are compatible with a continuum, I don't > know enough about countable and uncountable infinities and associated > math to talk about them > > I don't know enough about ordinalities of sets and associated math to > talk about that
Then why are you talking?



