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Time - Space - Dimensions - In Moorcock Stories

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  • Time - Space - Dimensions - In Moorcock Stories

    I would like to dedicate this Thread to the elements of Time, Space, Dimensions, The Multiverse, the moonbeam roads and alternate history worlds, that are found in Michael Moorcock stories. (and anything related) To speak of Michael Moorcock's creations and ideas.

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    I am somewhat up on many of Michael Moorcock's ideas and inventions concerning Time.

    1) The first thing, that I wanted to be enlightened on, are the component and parts that are different from Radiant Time.

    a) Say that we witness a reel of "Time-Lapse" photography:
    For example, we see a plant slowly grow from seed to it's full natural capacity. How does that fit in with Simultaneous Time?

    And what should we call it. A series of Moments. Or A Moment?

    b) I believe that I understand that The Multiverse generates an infinity of
    events and people occurring and living at the same time.

    On each individual world, though, how does Time move or flow, or
    does it go forward at all, or have a true pattern of events?


    Thanks!,
    lemec

    "With a deep, not-unhappy sigh, Elric prepared to do battle with an army." (Red Pearls)
    - Michael Moorcock
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