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    Quote Originally Posted by Speakpigeon View Post

    And of course, strictly speaking, space and time are indeed separate. It's just you're confused about what the physics exactly says.
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    Really? I wasn't talking about "physics". I was talking about organization of behavior. For instance, behavior is organized using an entire brain structure, the cerebellum, to deliver commands for complex activity, process, a time-space thing, which in your world should be logically realized through separate centers and appreciations?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fromderinside View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Speakpigeon View Post

    And of course, strictly speaking, space and time are indeed separate. It's just you're confused about what the physics exactly says.
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    Really? I wasn't talking about "physics". I was talking about organization of behavior. For instance, behavior is organized using an entire brain structure, the cerebellum, to deliver commands for complex activity, process, a time-space thing, which in your world should be logically realized through separate centers and appreciations?
    OK, so you're not in fact talking about time and space at all.

    I guess I should have seen this one coming.

    Go on, keep using the space and time you have to make me waste my own.

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    Geez. My example illustrates that in the real world time and space are integrated for behavioral function. Why is that so hard to understand? We are talking about subjectivity as a dimension rather than a substance or property, right?

    Too tall an order for you to digest?

    For that matter the only reason time and space are relevant are that they are metaphorically used when we constitute our subjective impression of the real world. No reason to consider time and space physics here so why are you doing so?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fromderinside View Post
    Geez. My example illustrates that in the real world time and space are integrated for behavioral function. Why is that so hard to understand? We are talking about subjectivity as a dimension rather than a substance or property, right?

    Too tall an order for you to digest?

    For that matter the only reason time and space are relevant are that they are metaphorically used when we constitute our subjective impression of the real world. No reason to consider time and space physics here so why are you doing so?

    Toad.
    FDI

    I was the one using time and space as a metaphor. It's you who talked of space and time as not being in fact separated. See here:
    Quote Originally Posted by fromderinside View Post
    Whay are arguments being done separating time and space when they aren't?
    And this also demonstrated you ignored the fact that I was using time and space as a metaphor.

    Geez indeed.
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