What is the essence of Carlo Rovelli's concept of thinking about an event separately from time?
"This does not mean that everything is stationary and unchangeable [emphasis added – Z. K.]. On the contrary, it means that change is omnipresent – but elementary processes cannot be ordered into the usual sequence of 'moments'. At the smallest level of the grains of sand in space, the dance of nature does not take place in the rhythm of a single conductor's baton, in a single tempo: each process dances independently of its neighbors, in its own rhythm."It turns out that each process has its own individual time, just as an object has its own position in space. But then Rovelli writes: "In a hypothetical supersensible life, there will be no "flow" of time: the universe will become a single block of the past, present and future [emphasis added – Z. K.]." It is here that a stationary and unchanging picture is drawn. Either a paradox, or I'm confused.