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Einstein completely rejected the separation of time known as the "now". He believed there was no true division between the past, present or future and all existed simultaneously. He felt there was but a single existence. Speaking after the death of a friend, he wrote a letter to the man's family, citing that although he had passed on before him, it was of no consequence since physicists believed the separation between past, present and future is only an allusion.

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Q: What did Einstein say about time?
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