Re: Idea is better than observer moment

From: Fritz Griffith <>
Date: Wed, 26 Jan 2000 18:07:43 MST

>From: Higgo James <>
>To: 'Fritz Griffith'
>Subject: Idea is better than observer moment
>Date: Wed, 26 Jan 2000 09:43:56 -0000
>Why should an observer-moment be a Planck time? Why should it be related to
>time? I prefer to use the word, 'idea' to observer-moment. Ideas do not
>imply time, wheras moment does. A single brain can have several ideas
>rattling around inside it.

Well yes, you're right, an observer moment is not related to time, so I'm
not sure it is correct to consider it a moment in plancke time or not. But
the term 'idea' is just too vague for me. Other than the terms we coin for
our theories, I'm having a hard time figuring out if your ideas are the same
as mine.

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