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"If time is removed from the foundations of physics, we shall not all suddenly feel that the flow of time has ceased. On the contrary, new timeless principles will explain why we do feel that time flows. The pattern of the first great revolution will be repeated. Copernicus, Galileo and Kepler taught us that the Earth moves and rotates while the heavens stand still, but this did not change by one iota our direct perception that the heavens do move and that the Earth does not budge."
The many worlds hypothesis is also true and the worlds that derive from alternate possibility exist alongside each other moment-by-moment. Seeing things in this way solves the more recondite problems of quantum physics--Schrodinger's Cat is both dead, and alive, and never in the box in the first place and at a time before the box was thought of, and long dead all in a set of Nows that sit alongside each other in the Platonic realm which is underlying reality. There are no paradoxes because Sequence is an illusion: this is philosophical physics for those of you who like to have your brains hurt. --Roz Kaveney
This arrived in good time(fitting for the subject matter of the book) Thank you.Published 4 months ago by Mrs H A Kirk
The title of the book is quite appropriate because that's what it felt like trying to read this.
This is a classic case of a book that needed to be written by a "writer" and... Read more
I found the book to be amazing, and very thought provoking. Each chapter needs time to sink in, and in some places it should be re-read so that one understands the authors views on... Read morePublished on 16 Feb. 2009 by Ms. Anne Y. Tamplin
Now don't get me wrong, I'm used to reading weird stuff. I try to keep an open mind as even the craziest sounding theory could turn out to be right and sometimes you can learn a... Read morePublished on 6 Feb. 2005
I found the "End of Time" extremely disappointing particularly after reading the recommendations on the back of the book. Read morePublished on 17 Feb. 2002