Re: [asa] (bubble generators outside of time?) Meyer on C-SPAN2

From: dfsiemensjr <>
Date: Mon Sep 14 2009 - 15:54:13 EDT

The bubble may not be in our universe's time, since they are not
connected so that one can move between them, but anything that changes is
in some kind of time. So every universe that makes up the multiverse is
in its own time.
Dave (ASA)

On Mon, 14 Sep 2009 08:30:17 -0700 "Dehler, Bernie"
<> writes:
Dave said:
“As I understand it, the "bubble maker" may be a different kind of stuff
than our universe is made of, but is changing and so must be temporal.”

In order for the bubble generator to be “temporal” it would have to be in
time, but we just said it is outside of time since time (at least “our
time” or “time as we know it”) is an emergent property of this universe…
of this universe’s big bang. The time (that we know of and experience)
did not exist prior to the big-bang. Correct?
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