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the concept of time (the happening)

 
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Time never had a beginning.

For most humans this concept is incomprehensable, so they accept a religious concept of time.

Because, if you understand that time never had a beginning, it logically follows that existence never had a beginning.

I will keep the religious books out of this tp prevent this thread to become another religious battlefield. Otherwise....;-)

Time is not just one dimension, time also consists of many dimensions. Time is linear, time is circular, time is spiral, time is flexible, time can grow, time can become denser, or more dimensional etc.

Like different humans have different brains, their ability to understand time is also different. Think about these: How does a rabbit understand time? How does a worm understand time? How does a microbe understand time?

Our ability to remember, to oversee linear time, is different from from creature to creature, but also our intellectual ability to oversee the dimensions of time differ from creature to creature.

So, what does that make time?

It makes time both a personal experience and a universal experience, and everything in between, and beyond.

yoda
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metal is no neeed for death...or life!

doestt die!!! just as it doesnt live.

but it does always exist.and the changes it makes.....makes time
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Midnight Paradox....

At Midnight exactly, we are in two days at once....


that is the first concept about time to understand....


the clock on the wall doesn't match the calender next to it precisely....
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Midnight Paradox....

At Midnight exactly, we are in two days at once....


that is the first concept about time to understand....


the clock on the wall doesn't match the calender next to it precisely....
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maybe on twentytweelve....we start back at year one....since we align with the galaxy...the ultra clock!!!

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Midnight Paradox....

At Midnight exactly, we are in two days at once....


that is the first concept about time to understand....


the clock on the wall doesn't match the calender next to it precisely....
 Quoting: Sugarelf



The clock is a human invention, the calendar is another human invention.

The Biblical Day and night are a human invention, as the Bible is.

In the Universe, there is no day and night.

If you are to focus on the concept of the Biblical "Midnight", then you can not be in 2 days at the same time, since the divide between 2 days is Infinite small.


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Midnight Paradox....

At Midnight exactly, we are in two days at once....


that is the first concept about time to understand....


the clock on the wall doesn't match the calender next to it precisely....

maybe on twentytweelve....we start back at year one....since we align with the galaxy...the ultra clock!!!
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well the thing is the Mayan Calender does account for the duality of midnight....it is the main reason why there calender is more precise than our modern Gregorian....
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Midnight Paradox....

At Midnight exactly, we are in two days at once....


that is the first concept about time to understand....


the clock on the wall doesn't match the calender next to it precisely....

maybe on twentytweelve....we start back at year one....since we align with the galaxy...the ultra clock!!!


well the thing is the Mayan Calender does account for the duality of midnight....it is the main reason why there calender is more precise than our modern Gregorian....
 Quoting: Sugarelf

thats krazy!!!!i didnt know that!lol

its weeird that we say tick..tock

when in actuality its tick..tick

btw...why do you know so much about clocks?
"Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one."~Albert Einstein
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The Biblical Day and night are a human invention, as the Bible is.

In the Universe, there is no day and night.

If you are to focus on the concept of the Biblical "Midnight", then you can not be in 2 days at the same time, since the divide between 2 days is Infinite small.


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I did state that Midnight was the 1st concept to understand....there is plenty more....

but you are correct about what you have said, except there is great truth in the Bible....just ask Bernhard Riemann....

Many of his math formulas came from the mathematical precission of the Bible....

Some find great truth in the Bible and are Atheists....
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btw...why do you know so much about clocks?
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quest for PI....
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quest for PI....
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quest for PI....
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The absolute "clock" is the instance string of impacts infinite kinetic time out from the future (and the infinite expanse) strikes the Anomaly, which converts all infinite time kinetic current into all the infinite 3D space for a constant string of infinitesimal duration instances we recognize as "the present" (where there is no time but absolute space).

Space departs the Anomaly and collapses back into it's default characteristic of no space and all time current kinetic we recognize as all the past.

We cannot "see" either the future nor the past because there is no spatial characteristics in the time current material when it is in the format of absolute kinetic.

We recognize space only because it is absolute static in a stream of instances.

The destination of the time current kinetic, now as all the past is the structure the ONE infinitely kinetic, infinitesimal singularity.

Out from infinite expanse, spherically down and inward toward the one infinitely kinetic, infinitesimal singularity. Everything was perfect until the Anomaly got in the way of the current path and caused all this space to explode out then collapse back in.
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Midnight Paradox....

At Midnight exactly, we are in two days at once....


that is the first concept about time to understand....


the clock on the wall doesn't match the calender next to it precisely....



The clock is a human invention, the calendar is another human invention.

The Biblical Day and night are a human invention, as the Bible is.

In the Universe, there is no day and night.

If you are to focus on the concept of the Biblical "Midnight", then you can not be in 2 days at the same time, since the divide between 2 days is Infinite small.


yoda
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if theree werent two pionts in space man couldnt do the measuring of time!
"Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one."~Albert Einstein
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btw...why do you know so much about clocks?



quest for PI....
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PI?
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quest for PI....

PI?
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pure inteligence?

parents intuition

paper inside

people inside
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One thing about velocity:
Traditional view is you are at rest and can accelerate infinately.
But physical reality suggests the reverse.
The upper limit is lightspeed and you can slowdown infinately.
There is no real "zero-velocity" because you are always moving relative to something else.
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Time slows down when you approach lightspeed.
By being slower than light time is created.
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One thing about velocity:
Traditional view is you are at rest and can accelerate infinately.
But physical reality suggests the reverse.
The upper limit is lightspeed and you can slowdown infinately.
There is no real "zero-velocity" because you are always moving relative to something else.


Time slows down when you approach lightspeed.
By being slower than light time is created.
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how old do you think light is by the time it reaches us from a star???

to it...does it even move????
if time slows as you get to it...geeting to it would be finaly stoping...right???idk
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?...?
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quest for PI....

PI?
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A = piR^2
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Hello Dr, I promised you to read this thread and give my take on the concept Time, when we had a convo in Chat.


Time is a concept that is relative to our state of consciousness, past, present, and future are terms that only apply while we are engaging in the third dimensional consensus reality of time.. Since we are 3 dimensional, we are somewhat locked in to a space/time matrix, and we can not perceive the nature of time out side the experience..

Time is a tool, in a 3 dimensional, reality, but do not exist outside..animals (2d) have no concept of time (beside seasons) and entetes in higher dimensions are also out side our concept of time..

Since time is not linear, and apply only to our consciousness, we can safely say its not natural, and the concept of time is man made..

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quest for PI....

PI?


A = piR^2
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oh....duh...right over my head lol


the quest for infinity!
your mind iss infiniite...too bad its not infinite in time!
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Hello Dr, I promised you to read this thread and give my take on the concept Time, when we had a convo in Chat.


Time is a concept that is relative to our state of consciousness, past, present, and future are terms that only apply while we are engaging in the third dimensional consensus reality of time.. Since we are 3 dimensional, we are somewhat locked in to a space/time matrix, and we can not perceive the nature of time out side the experience..

Time is a tool, in a 3 dimensional, reality, but do not exist outside..animals (2d) have no concept of time (beside seasons) and entetes in higher dimensions are also out side our concept of time..

Since time is not linear, and apply only to our consciousness, we can safely say its not natural, and the concept of time is man made..

hf
 Quoting: Vet

i liked that part! it really jumped out at me!

the happening is the changes you make as you come to another change,you process in your brain.

each person is at a diferent pioint in time...they seem to be in your same piont in time...but it all depends on how fast you can react...in thinking...and motion.
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Re: the concept of time (the happening)
Midnight Paradox....

At Midnight exactly, we are in two days at once....


that is the first concept about time to understand....


the clock on the wall doesn't match the calender next to it precisely....

maybe on twentytweelve....we start back at year one....since we align with the galaxy...the ultra clock!!!


well the thing is the Mayan Calender does account for the duality of midnight....it is the main reason why there calender is more precise than our modern Gregorian....

thats krazy!!!!i didnt know that!lol

its weeird that we say tick..tock

when in actuality its tick..tick

btw...why do you know so much about clocks?
 Quoting: DrEaMz

i wonder why

hmm....do we all know when we arre supposed to say tock...

maybe its wheen ever you hear it..you always start at tick

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time is an illusion!...if there werent two objects/or a changing object...it wouldnt exist!

time is a measurement of change!

the happening is the most recent changes you make.

so...time is not a physical thing...its a form of measurement! thats like saying what is 31....

31 exists...just as a thought process....

time is your head recognizing change! and remembering the previous changes...wile understanding it all perfectly!
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Hello Dr, I promised you to read this thread and give my take on the concept Time, when we had a convo in Chat.


Time is a concept that is relative to our state of consciousness, past, present, and future are terms that only apply while we are engaging in the third dimensional consensus reality of time.. Since we are 3 dimensional, we are somewhat locked in to a space/time matrix, and we can not perceive the nature of time out side the experience..

Time is a tool, in a 3 dimensional, reality, but do not exist outside..animals (2d) have no concept of time (beside seasons) and entetes in higher dimensions are also out side our concept of time..

Since time is not linear, and apply only to our consciousness, we can safely say its not natural, and the concept of time is man made..

hf
 Quoting: Vet


time is an illusion!...if there werent two objects/or a changing object...it wouldnt exist!

time is a measurement of change!

the happening is the most recent changes you make.

so...time is not a physical thing...its a form of measurement! thats like saying what is 31....

31 exists...just as a thought process....

time is your head recognizing change! and remembering the previous changes...wile understanding it all perfectly!
"Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one."~Albert Einstein
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there is more than 1 type of time

there is also.... ummmm..."metronomic time"... a constant beat happening after each change in the happening...

in the happening... every person can refer to the same time.

but to older people...its been a longer amount of time in there whole life....


(if a tree falls--)would time exsist if you weren't there to realize
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time is an illusion!...if there werent two objects/or a changing object...it wouldnt exist!

time is a measurement of change!

the happening is the most recent changes you make.

so...time is not a physical thing...its a form of measurement! thats like saying what is 31....

31 exists...just as a thought process....

time is your head recognizing change! and remembering the previous changes...wile understanding it all perfectly!
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I believe time is a material as it's own 3 dimensions (Future, present, past). Gravity and time are inseparable as are time and space. The Whole is an intertwined, circular existance. Us insignificant specks exist within a very narrow bandpass of spacetime around about the string of instances rcognized as "the present".

Time is absolute kinetic, which when it is brought to a stop becomes space. When static space becomes kinetic, it becomes time. Same material, different states.
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if there wasnt matter...than nothing would exist. but it wouldnt "matter"(no pun intended) because there wouldnt be anyone to notice that there isnt...anything..at all.
would there be dark mater people?? would there be not nothing, but pure absolute everything. thank god matter is overpowered by nothing otherwize we would have to dig for ever
so i say to that statement-thank god everything just is.
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