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### Re: Strange discrepancy between dates in my thread.

Hello, Dali!

...or is this an example of the "Ductile Malleability of the Temporal"?
or maybe ineluctable modality of the visible? Or  ineluctable modality of the audible depending on the clock?
All that audible ineluctable modality will drive one cuckoo!

ppauper
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### Re: Strange discrepancy between dates in my thread.

viewtopic.php?f=15&t=35357&p=794963&hilit=yale#p794963

I just posted to the yale thread (about John C Calhoun) and it's showing a date of Wed Nov 09, 2016 8:11 pm instead of the actual date which is Sunday Feb 12, 2017

edit: but the post to this thread about the disrepancy has the correct date

Paul
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### Re: Strange discrepancy between dates in my thread.

It just makes you look v prescient.

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### Re: Strange discrepancy between dates in my thread.

yes, time is relative.

"A ksana is a tiny unit of time, approximately one seventy-fifth of a second. I understand this is a generous amount of time compared to a nanosecond. But for purposes of understanding the sutras, it probably isn't necessary to measure ksana precisely."

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### Re: Strange discrepancy between dates in my thread.

yes, time is relative.

"A ksana is a tiny unit of time, approximately one seventy-fifth of a second. I understand this is a generous amount of time compared to a nanosecond. But for purposes of understanding the sutras, it probably isn't necessary to measure ksana precisely."
But is time relative by blood or an in-law?

Cuchulainn
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### Re: Strange discrepancy between dates in my thread.

yes, time is relative.

"A ksana is a tiny unit of time, approximately one seventy-fifth of a second. I understand this is a generous amount of time compared to a nanosecond. But for purposes of understanding the sutras, it probably isn't necessary to measure ksana precisely."
But is time relative by blood or an in-law?
No, you'd still be spending your time trying to make sense out of what is laughingly referred to as the "human race."

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Joined: September 20th, 2002, 8:30 pm

### Re: Strange discrepancy between dates in my thread.

yes, time is relative.

"A ksana is a tiny unit of time, approximately one seventy-fifth of a second. I understand this is a generous amount of time compared to a nanosecond. But for purposes of understanding the sutras, it probably isn't necessary to measure ksana precisely."
But is time relative by blood or an in-law?
No, you'd still be spending your time trying to make sense out of what is laughingly referred to as the "human race."
Ah, so it's a "race" then... Where's the finish line?

Cuchulainn
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### Re: Strange discrepancy between dates in my thread.

But is time relative by blood or an in-law?
No, you'd still be spending your time trying to make sense out of what is laughingly referred to as the "human race."
Ah, so it's a "race" then...  Where's the finish line?

Once you experience  strange discrepancy between threads in your dates, then you know it's the end..