Comparison with Sequentiality
In consequence to Proposition 1, it might be best if the scientific community were to do away with the notion of time altogether. We have left from old theories of space-time an unworkable set of three dimensions (supplemented by those in particle physics to 'n' dimensions), so obviousely that has to go, too.
We are left with dimensionless space: not an impossibility - for as many universes exist as there are possibilities, so a universe can be found where x, y and z have no meaning (apart to a mathematician working on a theory of another universe). Waves cannot exist, since they depend on time and space, so wave theory goes out of the window, too. With it goes Quantum Theory (sorry, lads - whatch out where it lands, now, it's a big 'un) and of course Newtonian Mechanics. What we need now is for Newton and Galileo to be reborn and put mathematical sense into this new world - but of course! They're already born and dead, too! I wonder what "Principia" looks like in this brave new world...
Actually, I think I may have been a tad fast in throwing out x, y and z: consider; integrated over all time, the probability of any particle being in any one particular place reduces to a practically uniform blur within the confines of it's geography - a world, a continent, or an island. But the probabilities of the particles that make up my body being in the correct position to form my body is a trifle larger in the bounds that make up my house - and larger still stretched out on the sofa in front of the TV, or sitting on a chair in front of the computer. Now, I spent the first years of my life in another house, where my vibes would also be strong. So it becomes a possibility, under non-time, to have similar probabilities of being in two places at once.
The counter to this, of course, is that the particles that make up ME here are different from the ones that made up ME as a kid. Nevertheless, we are slowly getting to the state where instaneous translation between two places is feasable.
I note that the change in probability that would form my body is small to say the least when compared to the infinity of possibilities available before my birth and after my death. (Hey! DO I die?). Nevertheless, it exists, and therefore I could exist in a timeless universe.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any brilliant insights into the above - or, given the nature of it, brilliant outsights, too......