Time, one is my fascinations, showed up as a related article to one of yours that you posted in the comments here. I’d read another paper called The Emergence of Time by a different author that i think i remember liking and was pleased to see one with your authorship, as your writing style attains a straightforward clarity that many papers by many other authors seem to avoid or be unaware of. One little sentence, tucked away towards the end of the paper has just a little “extra” to it, as if the need for some kind of probabilities is a just a tad annoying, like a child needing a couple of dollars to buy some frivolous item at the store and then casually handing $100 and saying “Here, go ahead. Yes, you can keep the change.” — “But if we need to introduce probabilities, we need a basis for them, and this is found in quantum mechanical ’collapse’ events.”

Time, one is my fascinations, showed up as a related article to one of yours that you posted in the comments here.

I’d read another paper called The Emergence of Time by a different author that i think i remember liking and was pleased to see one with your authorship, as your writing style attains a straightforward clarity that many papers by many other authors seem to avoid or be unaware of.

One little sentence, tucked away towards the end of the paper has just a little “extra” to it, as if the need for some kind of probabilities is a just a tad annoying, like a child needing a couple of dollars to buy some frivolous item at the store and then casually handing $100 and saying “Here, go ahead. Yes, you can keep the change.”

“But if we need to introduce probabilities, we need a basis for them, and this is found in quantum mechanical ’collapse’ events.”

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