posted on Jul, 29 2012 @ 11:07 AM
The Einstein quote given in the OP has nothing to do with an observer created reality. It is not even about quantum mechanics. It refers to
Time is a dimension just like height, depth and width. Just as height depth or width do not move or flow, the same applies to time. Past and future
are like east and west. To say that something is “east” means that it is “east” relative to something “west”. For example, Michigan is
east of California and west of New York. Similarly, to say that something is in the past simply means that it is in the past relative to another
Jan. 15, 1958 is past to us (in 2012) and future to someone in 1938.The idea that time passes, that “now” moves from the past towards the future
has been proven to be an absurdity. For example, suppose time does move. How fast? Seconds per what??????
edit on 29-7-2012 by wittgenstein because: (no reason given)