Does time exist?

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  1. Asexperia Valued Senior Member

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    THE PRINCIPLE OF FREEDOM

    Space is the freedom of bodies and particles to move in one, two or three directions. Particles seem to move in two directions at once.

    Time is the freedom of changes or phenomena to exist, change or evolve continuously in one direction.

    The principle of freedom is inviolable. No body can move in four directions and no change can return to its previous state. For example, a fried egg does not return to compose or a mature banana does not return to green.

    The double continuity or C2 considers that time is a continuous variable that increases continuously due to the change.

    T:C2 reads T is C2. T is time and C is change.

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  3. Asexperia Valued Senior Member

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    The principle of freedom explains the arrow of time.
     
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    What two directions are particles moving at once ?
     
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    Have you seen the video about the double-slit experiment ?

    TIME AND MOVEMENT

    In the change-interval duality we can substitute the change for a moving body and the interval for a clock (measure of the interval).

    1- The Earth-table clock: Normal standard time.
    2- Artificial satellite-satellite clock: Satellite time.
    3- Spaceship moving at a speed close to c-Spaceship clock: Dilated time.
    4- Static spaceship floating in the space-Spaceship clock: Fast time

    The change-interval duality is the principle that unifies all reference frames to measure time.

    1) Change:
    - is perceptible immediately, instantly.
    - is irreversible.
    - occurs continuously in the present.

    2) Interval:
    - is perceptible mediately, sequentially.
    - relates two sequential moments.
    - increases continuously, it is measurable.

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    The particles cause a wave .

    Because both exist always . Together .
     
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    MANIFESTATIONS OF TIME PASS

    We realize the passage of time in:

    1- The continuous occurrence of changes (duration). For example: listen to a song, travel by train or plane, the flow of a river, etc.
    2- The transformation of beings (evolution). For example: living things go through different stages in their development until their death.
    3- The advance of hours (clock).
    4- The succession of days and years.

    There was an era when man did not have the division of the day into hours. He realized the passage of time through the succession of days and years and the development of living beings.

    Time is not the cause of changes, they come with time, they are time itself. Time = change-interval. Change is transformed into interval giving rise to time.

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    THE NATURE OF SPACE AND TIME

    Space and time are of the same nature because they are made up dimensions. The difference is that space contains objects or bodies and time contains changes or phenomena. In space (3D) objects are placed and can move in three directions. In time (1D) changes occur sequentially, which have a start and an end. The direction of time is from the past to the future. Space is represented by three coordinates axes: horizontal (x), vertical (y) and transverse (z). Time is represented by a line that is made or extended sequentially (s), such as the progress bars in Computing. The timeline has no direction in space; It is only a spatial representation of time. It is like a cube drawn on paper.

    We would not have an idea of silence if we did not know the sound. Similarly, we would not have an idea of space if there were no objects and we would not have an idea of time if phenomena did not occur or everything was static.
     
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    Therefore, space is the emptiness (infinity) that matter and bodies occupy. Time is the interval (infinity) in which phenomena occur. Before the big bang there was space and time.
     
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    TYPES OF INTERVALS

    In the change-interval duality (time), the interval can be:
    1) between the start and the end of a phenomenon, and
    2) between two unrelated sequential events.
    In general, time is the interval that flows continuously between two sequential events. For example, tomorrow is a potential interval (future), today is an active interval (present) and yesterday is an occured interval (past). In an inactive hourglass, there is a potential interval, which when we turn the clock, it becomes an active interval. The current time, for example, 7:16 is the active interval between 7:00:01 and 8:00.

    The types of intervals help us to understand time.
     
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    GEOMETRY OF THE TIME LINE

    Geometry is the branch of Mathematics that teaches us the construction of figures of one, two or three dimensions.

    The postulates of the time line are:

    ............ IO ......... AI .......... PI
    -----I----------I----------I----------I----------> TIME (hours)
    .......... past ..... present .. future

    IO is interval occurred
    AI is active interval
    PI is potential interval

    1- The arrow indicates the direction of time, from past to future.
    2- The intervals (O, A, P) are singular. There is only one at a time.
    3- The intervals (O, A, P) are sequential.
    4- The time line arises from the change-interval duality.
    5- The time line is infinite, both backward and forward.

    Elvis Sibilia (Asexperia)
     
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    INSTRUCTIVE SCIENCES

    Most sciences have an object of study, but there are some whose purpose is to teach us to correct our thoughts.

    1- Logic teaches us the rules to think correctly.
    2- Arithmetic teaches us to count and perform operations with numbers.
    3- Geometry teaches us to build figures of one, two or three dimensions.
    4- Moral teaches us the rules to differentiate good from evil.
    5- Philochrony teaches us that time is more than a clock or a calendar.

    The continuous occurrence of phenomena (time) is behind clocks. Even Albert Einstein himself said that time is what clocks measure; implying that time and clock refer to the same thing. Clocks measure a regular and periodic phenomenon, but most of phenomena are irregular and cannot be physically divided into equal intervals.
     
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    To your #1 ; disagree

    The basis of logic is reasoning .

    And reasoning is based on knowledge .
     
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  16. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    What do you say infinity in brackets? Are you equating 'emptiness' as synonymous with 'infinity'? It's not.

    Again this use of '(infinity)' makes no sense. Are you equating 'interval' with 'infinity', as if they are synonymous? They're not.

    As far as we know, the Big Bang created space, so your statement appears to be in error.
     
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    Reasoning is the act of thinking.
     
  18. Asexperia Valued Senior Member

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    It was a translation error and I didn't realize it. I could not edit it.
    Space and time are infinite, but matter, bodies and the duration of phenomena, no.

    The big bang did not create space, because what was before occupied it.
     
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  19. paddoboy Valued Senior Member

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    Science has no firm answer on that as yet.
     
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  20. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    What evidence do you have to support this?
    There is evidence that space is not infinite.


    What evidence do you have to support this?
    There is evidence that space was created by the Big Bang.
     
  21. paddoboy Valued Senior Member

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    The BB was the evolution of space and time [spacetime] as we know them, from t+10-43 seconds. The BB says nothing about "before" and happened everywhere at the same time. That same "everywhere" being compacted into the hot dense state from whence the BB arose.
    Note: The BB applies to the observable universe.
     
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  22. Asexperia Valued Senior Member

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    Universe expands in space.

    I only have a hypothesis.
     
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  23. Asexperia Valued Senior Member

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    I have a doubt, what relation exists between universe, space and celestial bodies ?

    Is not the universe the sum of celestial bodies and space ?
     
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