No one can grasp 'time'; Not even a scientist
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14th October 2021, 04:45 AM
Join Date: May 2005
Location: Sydney Nova Scotia
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No of course we don't "know" this. None of us was around when it happened.
This is what the best models show to be the case. That's all we got. But time and time again that has been more than adequate for our purposes. Science don't really need to "know". All science needs is sufficiently predictive models that given real world inputs spits out what we can expect to observe.
But sure, if you want the literal interpretation then no, we don't "know" any of this. We can't.
Does it matter
Matters to LarryS because he would love nothing more that to drag you, or anyone, into yet another "philosophy" debate.
Caption from and old New Yorker cartoon -
Why am I shouting? Because I'm wrong!"
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