Is there matter/energy in every moment or just "now"?
Posted: Mon Feb 16, 2009 12:45 am
I tried to post this in the physics forum here but am not permitted--and I am 30+ years old, so didn't post in the K-12 forums... but here it is...
Are there scientific observations that can tell us whether the past/future are filled with matter/energy--or only "now" (how is a unit of ‘now’ measured?)--and what it says about the sum-total of all moments (how is a single moment measured?) of matter/energy (is it equal to the sum of the matter/energy in any given "now"?).