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  1. Proposition: That time exists in two forms; one as a dimension of space/time with measurable values (Sequencial Theory of Time) and (ii) as a single entity with no measurable value covering all space/time in one instant (Simultaneous Theory of Time).
This proposition carries with it some far-reaching consequences. First, since space changes with time under the Sequencial laws, to transfer to the Simultaneous Theory we must also transfer all the states of matter that exist between time minus infinity and plus infinity to a single and unmeasurable quantity. This goes against the very fabric of modern science and philosophy, and so will require a completely new outlook on the world around us.
Modern science preaches the gospel of cause and effect as in the Sequecial Theory: if, however, we go to some of the eternal conundrums that this creates, such as the question of "Which came first, the chicken or the egg?", we can see that it creates situations that cannot be explained - contradictions in theoretical explanation. It is therefore at best only a temporary solution to the theory of time, and this document is designed to stimulate new thought in other directions rather than to propose a total new solution in one swoop.

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