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One has not necessarily to know all this quantitative interval stuff to distinguish time-likeness. Suppose an observer lives on a body without (significant) atmosphere, such as our Moon. All events observed by means of light (EM radiation) belong to observer’s light cone and hence are separated by a null interval from the observer. All events observed ...


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As long as you don't forget that Andromeda galaxy is cca. 2.5million light years away, then there should be no paradox at all. The observers are only seeing different slices of history that took place 2.5million years ago (plus/minus 1day), the decisions has already been made long time ago. It's like when you take a newspaper from a pile, more recent papers ...



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