Nobody is trying to "escape" time, you blithering idiot.<quoted text>
If you remove time then there is no suspension. There is no need for suspension. You say suspension occurred yesterday, today and will tomorrow then that is because time is a factor. Without it no supension is needed. But you left out the day before yesterday, which was when somebody had to first hang the thing to the ceiling. To which we can lead back through a succession of cause and effect events until the beginning of time. At which point you disallow infinity and only allow something uncaused for your position, but none of ours. Like I said, hypocrisy.
The CONTINUED tension in the chain occurs due to gravity. The chain was stretched deliberately and pulled up until tension began THEN the lift occurred which led the chandelier to the ceiling. There are a number of factors at work here:
(and then possibly, chain durability).
In THAT order. Break the chain (so to speak) the whole thing falls. Suspension will continue only if there is tension. Tension will only continue if the chain doesn't break. Lift will only continue as long as the ceiling prevents gravity from pulling it to the floor. Remove gravity then each successive cause and effect are no longer needed. I understand where you're coming from that some or all of these causes and effects can be occurring simultaneously. If one imagines a coloured bar graph with time being one header and phenomena being the other we can see that they all overlap in time, but not ALL times - it would follow the order of my list. There is no escaping time as a factor.
I simply proved that the cause and effect are simultaneous.
"Simultaneous", by definition, includes time as a factor.
And this proves my original point, made against Polymouth, that cause is not required to precede effect.
Case closed. You are inadequate for the discussion.