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 July 2nd, 2015, 02:19 AM #11 Newbie   Joined: May 2015 From: INDIA Posts: 28 Thanks: 1 time is only defined when one event occurs wrt another event and also to the space. i mean if there are only two objects in space and if there are no events occuring in them wrt each other and space even in subatomic level we will be atleast in a state to say time has stopped. now the question is what if both the object have identical events occuring between them. so there would be no overall relative change wrt to each other. but both are changing wrt the space. so time has no direction but could be stopped only when there is no change or occurence of events wrt each other and to space.

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