From now one,

there is no more before, nor after, merely “during”.
The time-space CONTINUUM is frozen in the corpse-like immobility of a kind of eternal present, or rather, in the eternal presentation of a voyage without movement, an ON-SITE journey during which the notion of departure and return has lost any gyratory sense; they coexist, coincide in a now devoid of here.

Paul Virilio in: The Desert, p. 107.

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