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Discussion 2 to Meditation 1
On Time and Space

by JT

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You are absolutely right on this point.[1] But, as Stephen W. Hawking wrote in A Brief History of Time:

It is often helpful to think of the four co-ordinates of an event as specifying its position in a four-dimensional space called space-time. It is impossible to imagine a four dimensional space. I personally find it hard enough to visualize three-dimensional space!

Given that, I think it's probably easier for most people if I keep the concepts of time and space separate when I write about them.


  1. The above was written before I discovered the hypothesis covered in Meditation 218. If that turns out to be correct, my opening words to this item may prove to be wrong.