Physical implies the ability to be measured and detected. To exhibit properties such as mass, energy, volume, and form that can be quantified and recorded. But when an object, say a chair, becomes a past object, how is this even possible? Is the past chair measurable? Is it even detectable as real anymore? Obviously the past is not part of physical reality. It exists in a sense, but not in the sense that present physical objects exist. Cannot the same be said for the future? The chair as it will be five seconds from now, nowhere to be found until those 5 seconds are up? We are living in a universe of happening events, physical for only the brief sliver of time between not yet existing and no more existing. And by the time we detect it, the physical has already slipped away into irretrievable nonphysical perpetuity. Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!