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Grey Squirrel
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OK, since I have to be here all night I will give an hourly all's well time check :partyon:

It's 11:00 and all's well

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Same here. It would be better though if I didn't have a Dynamics final tomorrow.
 

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11:00 as it continues to half-assedly "storm." stupid weather channel
 

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Extra Crispy
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10:00 overcast and all is well
 

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8:11 pm Pacific Standard Time, 80+ degrees in Orange County, California.

:partyon:
 

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Extra Crispy
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It's 11:00 now
 

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The Punisher
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Ponch you're slipin'....where was the 2400hrs post?:huh:
 

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Grey Squirrel
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theshield15 said:
Ponch you're slipin'....where was the 2400hrs post?:huh:
You know you're right, military time from now on :partyon:
 

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Nevermind....damn Kazaa slowing the connection down!
 

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Time check? No such thing. Do you want past or future time?

It's easy to understand what the "past" is, it's something that has happened and can be something that you can remember.... because it "happened".

The future has not yet happened. So, it's easy to know what the future is, as we do not "remember" it but we forsee it. Ya know?

Ok, still with me?

So, what is "current time" ?

In my opinion, there is no "current time".

Now, in life, either something has happened (past) or it is going to happen in the future. But, when something is happening, part of what is happening has happened, and is now the past, and the next thing that happens is the future. Which instantly becomes the past because you can remember it.

Current time is really one divided by infinity. There is no measurement for "current time" ... althought it seems easy for us to know what is the past, and what is in the future (thank goodness or I'd be losing you right now).

Basically, present time has no duration.

So, at this "current time" (which doesn't exist) could best be described as a wall between past and future that has no measurement.

It is nothing o'clock, and all is well.
 

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00:12 all well
 

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Extra Crispy
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Could be, I should have went to bed a hour ago. Getting up early to crow is for the birds.
 

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Ponch, you get the prize. It's 00:42 and I'm going to bed
 
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