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I look at the brave new world of quantum physics and increasingly it would appear to me (not a scientist) that the doors have been flung open and any sort of explanation or theory surrounding the atomic scale is now given serious credence no matter how ridiculous as long as the mathematics work.

Well why hasn't the idea that time is an illusion granted the same acceptance?

I have a good friend who holds a phd in astrophysics remark that if you remove time from Einstein's field theory it gives a perfect proof.