Re: relativity, quantum, and superstring theories
Jan 08, 1998 05:52 PM
by Dr. A.M.Bain
In message <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Thoa
Tran <email@example.com> writes
>It seems to me that this recording
>medium is one huge memory bank. Since time is an illusion, why is there
>need for memory?
Time *may* be an illusion, but it is nothing more than a measurment of
movement in *space*.
There is no *need* for memory - memory just IS. Memory is, in a
sense, Being itself, and I suggest that it is potentially possible for any
one of us to *remember* anything that has ever happened (or
Ignatius of Loyala (Founder of the Jesuits) said that there are three
powers of the "soul" - memory, understanding, and will. Yep.
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