Maths to explain time.

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  1. Michael 345 30th March coming up - Well behaved Friday Valued Senior Member

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    Ooooo the sex card

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  3. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    Yeah. This guy demonstrated it in his van while on a family vacation.

    He observed a 20ns dilation, Pretty close to the 23ns predicted by relativity.

    hhttp://www.leapsecond.com/great2005/tour/
     
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  5. Michael 345 30th March coming up - Well behaved Friday Valued Senior Member

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    I recently watched a two part series (British) called Gravity where the presenter created a app. The participants in the show had the app on their phones

    It tracked their speed, location, hight above sea level and gravity at their location

    From the information it calculated if they had gained or lost "age"

    The app was on line free to download. Sorry not remember app name and not sure if still available

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  7. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    I would be surprised if cell phones were capable of that accuracy.
     
  8. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    OK, but we weren't speaking about the origin of life; we were speaking about what drives complexity.
    Wherever/however life initially got started, its explosive growth since then has been - to a very large part - due to the influx of sunlight.
     
  9. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    The entire point of using a Caesium atom as the basis for the clocks is that its frequency is extremely stable.

    At the time it was adopted (the 60's) it was more stable than could be measured by our finest instruments.

    "Because no other measurement involving time had been as precise, the effect of the change was less than the experimental uncertainty of all existing measurements."
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caesium_standard
     
  10. birch Valued Senior Member

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    who is joshua? explain your analogy.
     
  11. nebel Valued Senior Member

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    The mythological Joshua, Moses' successor, is supposed to have implored the deity to give him more daylight to finish a battle. and the Sun stood still for how long? so, that would have seriously disrupted our count of time. ruined the day for the enemy too. (hyperbole here.)
    This was easy in his day , when the Earth was flat and the Sun fixed to a firmament. haha.
    someone actually tried to prove that there was a day missing with fake calculations.
    We measure our movement through time quite accurately though, undisturbed by mythology.
    Do we not, according to SR, move slower through time the faster we move through space? measured accurately? at least to observers?
     
  12. Michael 345 30th March coming up - Well behaved Friday Valued Senior Member

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    The information the participants sent in was quite detailed

    Looked at Playstore. Did not find the program under gravity detection

    Did find E gravity. Thought it was all French but there are details in English

    Looks good enough to test it against formal gravity detection equipment if you have access to same

    Another one I noted was Time Traveling Theory

    Looks like a set of explanations. Will download it onto my new phone when I get it up and running

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    Yeah. Now, if "amber" were really a woman, you can guarantee that would be one English word that he would have been able to spell.

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  14. Michael 345 30th March coming up - Well behaved Friday Valued Senior Member

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    Ya Ooooo is easy to spell

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  15. exchemist Valued Senior Member

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    Heh heh.
     
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    Time is matter, a quantifiable measurement directly proportional to change.

    Matter is the time in space-time.

    Δ time =Δ matter
     
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    Disagree ; the equation should be reversed

    Change in matter = change in duration ( or time being a specific measurement of duration)
     
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    Moderator note: amber is a sock puppet of a previously banned user, and has therefore been banned.
     
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