At 11:14 AM 9/11/2006, Diana Manister wrote:
>The particle-wave example illuminates quantum physics' new phenomenology:
>the observed cannot be separated from the observer. Subjectivity in this
>case determines the object. The self/other split is Cartesian.
Why doesn't the verb determine the subject? By "self/other" do you mean
self/ other self?
>In Einsteinian physics, the phenomenon of time is subjective.
I'm not a physicist or anything close. I thought time in Einstein's
theory was relative, not subjective.
> At the speed of light, there is no time -- consciousness travelling at
> that rate would be timeless. In a timeless state, considerations of cause
> and effect do not obtain, since chronology is a function of time. Diana
Sounds like a faux eternity.