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I think time is real, and it seems that the two people who posted before me think so too.Both posts use tenses (conditional or past) that only make sense if time exists.
I think it is a mistake to assume that the mathematical contingencies of a model necessarily provide a better description of our reality than those we are more at home with.
So, is it possible that 'time' is merely a tool we use to undertsand the nature of the universe, but is not actually part of the universe itself?
What about change though? Things can surely be mathematically described without time?