S=(E-F)/T LO25433

From: Roger Key (roger.key@onet.co.uk)
Date: 10/12/00

Replying to LO25363 --

Am wrote

>Incidently, the past cannot be changed, except by fabrications, and the
>present changes too swift to change it too. So all which remains to be
>changed, is the future.

The past only exists in memory and each time you recall a memory it is
reconstructed and is a little different from the last time.

There are three options.
The past just is.
The past changes each time you invoke it.
The past is anything you want it to be.

Each gives different options for the future.


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