and I am not posting fast.
and so, the eternal questions: What, where, and when and how fast?
It would seem, then, that we really can only refer to Heisenbergs principle, to know if indeed any post, is a post.
But, understanding that that atomically, there is more space than substance, and allowing that any post is seen as negative (to the O.P.), then we can never be certain of said posts mass, or momentum. Given this, we don't know, and can't determine, if a post will travel forward in time, or appear randomly as another, or new, post. We can only know, at the moment, if the post is dead or alive, and then only if we can find the box it's in. But really, how can we even approach, let alone reach the box, according to Zeno? Perhaps, given a second box, we'd have better luck with a "pair-o-box" in our search for truth.