Apparently timeless possibilities could, possibly,
become more numerous over time, e.g. as follows:
You were always possible,
but had you never existed,
then that possibility would have been
the possibility of someone just like you.
It could not have been
the possibility of you in particular
were you not there to refer to.
Looking back now,
we can see that there was always
that possibility, of you in particular
as well as the more general possibility,
even before you came into being.
Now, Presentism is logically possible,
and if Presentism is true then there may
originally have been no such distinction,
even though you were always possible.
Under Presentism it could have been
that you might not have existed.
The distinction could therefore have
arisen when you came into being.
It is therefore logically possible
for apparently timeless possibilities
to emerge as distinct possibilities
from more general possibilities.
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