#### devils_reject

**Registered Senior Member**

Time is the same as space so time exists. There is a common riddle that states; a man rises up early on a rainy day and gets on his way to work. He stops for 10 minutes in the rain to adjust his umbrella and then proceeds to cross the street when he is splashed by a speeding car. Was he at the wrong place at the right time?

Answer; Obviously as long as he could have taken another route accross the street he was at the wrong space, which automaticaly means at the wrong time, regardless of a straight line being the shortest possible time between two points. Also consider that if he had not stopped he would not be in the space he currently got showered. However he stopped in space not in time but this still affects the straight line rule and his time. Hence time is the same as space.

Answer; Obviously as long as he could have taken another route accross the street he was at the wrong space, which automaticaly means at the wrong time, regardless of a straight line being the shortest possible time between two points. Also consider that if he had not stopped he would not be in the space he currently got showered. However he stopped in space not in time but this still affects the straight line rule and his time. Hence time is the same as space.

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