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It’s always now: What is time?

Absolute, true, and mathematical time, from its own nature, passes equably without relation to anything external. Absolute, true, and mathematical space remains similar and immovable without relation to anything external. Isaac Newton – Philosophae Naturalis Principia Mathematica (Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy), 1687 What a quaint notion. One which we says space and time exist independent … Continue reading It’s always now: What is time?