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University of California Published in 2005, 76 pages Ola Bratteli, Derek W. The one-dimensional progression in time is opened out into a multi-dimensional flow ... Ultimately the entire universe (with all its 'particles' including those constituting human beings, their laboratories, observing instruments etc). has to be understood as a single undivided whole, in which analysis into separately and independently existent parts has no fundamental status.

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