> Hah. You wish. No, a time stamp doesn't come close to resolving URI > ambiguity. No, I was actually poking fun at what Simon quoted earlier: > "More precisely, a resource R is a temporally varying membership > function MR(t), which for time t maps to a set of entities, or > values, which are equivalent." Time t starting from where? Ending where? You can't even get astronomers to agree on this: http://www.broadcastpapers.com/sigdis/GVGUniTimingRefSignal05.htm So without agreement on when the period of "time t" occurs, there's no agreeing on when the resource existed. Don't even get me started on relativistic effects near light speed. To paraphrase Humpty-Dumpty: A resource is exactly what I say it is.
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