Is atemporal causation possible?
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30-03-2015, 01:52 PM
RE: Is atemporal causation possible?
(30-03-2015 01:38 PM)morondog Wrote:  
(30-03-2015 01:30 PM)One Above All Wrote:  It's when I moved from "evidence and logic" simply t "logic".
However, to be fair, "simple" is a relative term.

Ah yes, that human logic invention thing that works so well and *definitely* applies to the universe... Tongue

Causality certainly applies throughout the universe. Cause->Effect. No way around that.

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30-03-2015, 02:38 PM
RE: Is atemporal causation possible?
(30-03-2015 01:52 PM)One Above All Wrote:  
(30-03-2015 01:38 PM)morondog Wrote:  Ah yes, that human logic invention thing that works so well and *definitely* applies to the universe... Tongue

Causality certainly applies throughout the universe. Cause->Effect. No way around that.

... Causality is an assumption... you haven't *been* throughout the universe. Anyway... I'm done arguing. If you're agreeable, let's drop it.

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Quote:Established physics does not generally[vague] employ retrocausality. Nevertheless, a number of theories allowing particles or information to travel backward in time have been proposed by prominent scientists or have received meaningful evaluation by the scientific community.

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