Time Horizon

19 July, 2008

What’s the difference between a time line and a ‘time horizon’?

Well, on a time line, things move in a linear fashion – through time. An event horizon causes time itself to slow down, so I think that means a ‘time horizon’ makes events slow down. As if that were really possible in Iraq.

[Edit: turns out investopedia offers this gem: “The length of time over which an investment is made or held before it is liquidated.”]

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4 Responses to “Time Horizon”

  1. You know what time is…

    It’s the thing that has passed since AG was promised a surprise something something.

    Come on,dude!!!

  2. Lefty said

    You can travel in a line and never reach the horizon (on a sphere at least).

  3. Jennifer said

    You can travel in a line and never reach the horizon

    My thoughts exactly.

  4. mdh said

    The sun never sets…

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