Time must be a loop, or else it could not exist.
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3 months ago
Because if time is not a loop, then there must be a beginning of time, and a beginning of time can't exist, because if so, what is before time? Nothing could have caused the beginning of time, because that nothing can happen without time. If it was a loop, time would cause time to begin.
3 weeks, 5 days ago
This is a false dichotomy, there could be no loop nor beginning of time. In the same way there aren't a beginning of relative numbers, but they don't loop either.
1 month, 1 week ago
Any point in a loop can be taken as a beginning. You can make a loop out of line and a line looked from the top looks like a dot. What I'm saying is that depends on the perspective. Logic is not good here. Also, do trees understand time? Are we born at birth or with the first memory?
2 months, 1 week ago
it is so natural that anything that is created by or in time, can't think about beginning and non-existence of time
to add a premise for this argument.