ALine

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is time, from the field of physics, a nonlinear depth of memory, from the field of psychology?

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6 hours ago, ALine said:

is time, from the field of physics, a nonlinear depth of memory, from the field of psychology?

Yes and no

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11 hours ago, ALine said:

is time, from the field of physics, a nonlinear depth of memory, from the field of psychology?

Why nonlinear?

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I apologize for my recent behavior. I did not understand what I was asking in direct relation to the amount of knowledge that I have accumulated along with the amount of knowledge that others have accumulated themselves. I need to go back and learn exactly what it is that I am trying to say.

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