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Time=Temperature

 
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Time=Temperature
If you get below a certain temperature the atoms will stop moving and atoms are everywhere which means that time will essentially stop at that area.

Time is an illusion in the sense that it is not just a measurement of something that is ongoing whatever happens but rather a measure of hot or cold and wether atoms are moving or not. If atoms are static then no time effect will change anything because it has stopped time.
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09/18/2015 09:26 PM
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If atoms are not moving and not vibrating then there can be no transformation at that area. In other words they have stopped in time and do not change forever until atoms begin to vibrate/move again.
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09/18/2015 09:34 PM

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Very good OP. Does it mean that Alaska is the best place to live?
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Very good OP. Does it mean that Alaska is the best place to live?
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No because our bodies have a built in system that keeps our internal temperature in check meaning the cold has no effect on it other than the surface and we might get sick and die.

This temperature that is needed to stop atoms is extremely cold.
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What i mean is that the temperature has essentially effect on time because time is considered to change things things with time as in the molecules reforming to become different substances but with extreme colds where the molecules do not move this is not possible thus we have no time change at all.
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No, time is something else.
Actually, time is the most important factor of 3 dimensional thermodynamics.
Time is the aging effect combined with your planetary system's move in space (there's positive correlation).
Time velocity is not constant as you think (it's not 1x always).
Your planetery system is moving on adjustable timeline layers with interpolated paths.
When timeline shifts occured; they crossfade or rewire those layers.
Or, when they crossfade or rewire those layers; timeline shifts (or dejavus) occur.
Key points are very important and they are not sammich.
You can't miss a key point.
If you miss a key point; you will stutter or flicker until loop is broken.
Then, you will experience timeline shifts or dejavus to not remember those parts.
This event can be also called a memory deletion (not a format).
Finally, you will be able to continue on your main line with some shadow memories (most memories stay same).
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09/19/2015 05:08 PM
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So that's why Summer fly's by and Winter drags..
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No, time is something else.
Actually, time is the most important factor of 3 dimensional thermodynamics.
Time is the aging effect combined with your planetary system's move in space (there's positive correlation).
Time velocity is not constant as you think (it's not 1x always).
Your planetery system is moving on adjustable timeline layers with interpolated paths.
When timeline shifts occured; they crossfade or rewire those layers.
Or, when they crossfade or rewire those layers; timeline shifts (or dejavus) occur.
Key points are very important and they are not sammich.
You can't miss a key point.
If you miss a key point; you will stutter or flicker until loop is broken.
Then, you will experience timeline shifts or dejavus to not remember those parts.
This event can be also called a memory deletion (not a format).
Finally, you will be able to continue on your main line with some shadow memories (most memories stay same).
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If you get below a certain temperature the atoms will stop moving and atoms are everywhere which means that time will essentially stop at that area.

Time is an illusion in the sense that it is not just a measurement of something that is ongoing whatever happens but rather a measure of hot or cold and wether atoms are moving or not. If atoms are static then no time effect will change anything because it has stopped time.
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I had that stupid facefeel song stuck in my head for hours last night.
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Absolute zero
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time-space-energy-temperature





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