And length, breadth and depth. And concepts. Etc.
In other words they're separated in time.
Except that, again, using the same argument you've used to claim time doesn't exist also "proves" that...
You really should read a post before you reply to the assumptions you've made about what it says.
Then, like I said, you should...
And yet you haven't managed to provide any actual counter to that argument other than to attack me personally.
So you're claiming that my...
And you're back to posting complete bollocks.
Just because you don't have a rational argument is no reason to resort to ad homs.
Yes, but evidently...
Yet you claim that time doesn't exist.
The very same argument that you're using to deny the existence of time applies also to length.
If you deny one...
Presumably you meant to quote me rather than the loon.
We can measure time. Similar to the way we can measure length.
And I asked what properties do...
Wrong. Length is a dimension.
Equally wrong. There is no confusion on my part.
If it really is basic then you should be able to understand it. Then...
One more time: if length (the dimension) doesn't exist then there can be no separation (either between objects or of faces/ edges of objects).
If length doesn't exist then there'd be nothing to measure.
If - as per prior arguments - length doesn't exist then distance cannot do so.
If you have to resort to inane sentences then you're not going to get...
By your "reasoning" there can't be any void. Nor any content.
Since, according to you, length doesn't exist then that must be false. There can't be...
What "physicality" does length have?
I have no idea what that's supposed to mean.
You certainly aren't.
I understood that.
And in similar vein I asked you what properties length has. And breadth and depth. You haven't given any.
So I assume therefore...
Not one word of which either answers my questions nor indicates (let alone "proves") that time doesn't exist.
Here we go again...
The claim was yours.
What properties does length have?
Do you also deny the existence of that? Along with breadth and depth and...
You may very well be certain. It doesn't stop you being wrong.
Neither is yours. Unsupported claims aren't science, nor are they a basis for...
You're the one that made the claim. Show that you're right.
Given that you don't understand any physics this is somewhat...
It's only "obvious" to you - and you're wrong.
According to you.
Separate names with a comma.