How does science work? And what's all this about quantum mechanics?
Can you have a sequence made of one event so-called now? Past and future do not ontologically exist.SpheresOfBalance wrote: ↑Thu Jan 21, 2021 5:27 amYou and I grew from an egg and a sperm, once they were joined they were no longer two different things, they are then called zygotes, which are a grouping of attached cells that divide such that 1 become 2, 2 become 4, 4 become 8, etc, etc that takes time, it is a sequence, 8 cells cannot come before 2. Eventually they become an embryo then a fetus then a baby. That this starts in the past and comes to now, which, barring death, goes into the future, which when it arrives, is always ever now, points in the direction of time. PERIOD! Time starts in the past moving toward the future, always ever known in the now. Each now that we've been through was only ever immediately prior to the current now sequentially. Every now that we may come to know, immediately follows our current now sequentially. That we only ever know now, on the line of time, does not negate direction. Chemical reactions start and finish indicating direction.bahman wrote: ↑Thu Jan 21, 2021 3:59 amI was referring to another definition of sequence: a set of related events, movements, or items that follow each other in a particular order. And my definition is the sequence is a set of ordered objects. The objects being things that exist like, event, movement, etc.SpheresOfBalance wrote: ↑Thu Jan 21, 2021 2:49 am
I just gave you the definition of sequence, I'm sorry that you don't know what the word means. You're probably loosing something in it's translation.
Here, this is from what many believe is the English Dictionary of all English Dictionaries: Oxford:
1A particular order in which related things follow each other.
‘the content of the programme should follow a logical sequence’
Is that clear enough for you? I hope so, because I won't tell you again. Learn our language before you criticise it, Please!
Crap, it's like you don't know anything about the Big Bang.
I think that the answer is in here.