Advanced Practical Physics for Students by Worsnop and Flint

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The “present instant” definition of eternity God does not endure but exists only at one permanently present instant. This instant is not a part of time and is unlimited in the sense that there are no instants before and after it. The “tenseless duration” definition of eternity God’s duration possesses successive parts, but the parts of his duration do not possess properties of being future, present or past. , that events in time possess properties of being future, present or past. The “tenseless instant” definition of eternity God exists at one instant that is not a part of time.

But bizarre possibilities of this sort are not probable and so we need not worry about them. It is simpler to assume that the rate at which all physical things changes does not “speed up” on some occasions. The idea that we should adopt the simplest hypothesis and rule out bizarre possibilities for which we have no evidence is a rule of scientific reasoning, and we should adopt it in this case. ALICE: Can I interrupt your argument here? I am not really sure what the point of the dispute is. What difference does it make whether the relational theory of time is true or the substantival theory?

GLOSSARY OF TERMS Aleph-zero This is the number of all whole numbers (…−3, −2, −1, 0, 1, 2, 3…). This number is a countable infinity. The number of all whole numbers is the same number, aleph-zero, as the number of all positive whole numbers (1, 2, 3…). This is proven by the fact that all whole numbers can be paired one-to-one with all the positive whole numbers. The order type ω This is the order type of the positive numbers (1, 2, 3…). Future time may have this order type. The order type ω+ω This is the order type exemplified by the sequence of positive odd numbers followed by the sequence of positive even numbers (1, 3, 5…, 2, 4, 6…).

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