Why the statement just ten digits? Don’t these guys know we can measure time to a precision greater than 1 second? We can split the second into fractions and measure it. If it can be argued that time exists in infinitely small fractions of a second (but some argue for quantized time in orders related to Plancks constant) then there would be ALL infinitely many digits of time at that instant sometime during that second 3/14/15 at 9:26:53 – within that long second of 10 good digits that lasts a whole second, there would be an instant of all infinitely many digits. Or at least many more than 10 digits if we measure more carefully.

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Erik M. Bollt, Professor

W. Jon Harrington Professor of Mathematics

Dept of Mathematics

Clarkson University

Potsdam, NY 13699-5815

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