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Old 1st October 2008, 05:36 AM   #63
Tubbythin
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Originally Posted by ozziemate View Post
Try this as aslight aside:
If I am not mistaken at any moment in time a photon exists at t=0 from whatever reference frame we are in.

correct?

In other words the photon when it hits the eye is exactly t=0 smack bang in the middle between the past and the future.

well as discussed in another thread, how big is the universe at t=0 ?

take the time out of space time and what do you have?
zero,

so how can a photon exist in a universe that is zero dimensional?
I don't know where to begin...
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