Maths to explain time.

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Ah right.
So you have decided - arbitrarily - that a change in entropy is what "causes" time (with no evidence, no supporting argument) and therefore you're arguing the conclusion from that premise. IOW a circular argument based on an unsupported premise.
I have not decided anything, you asked me a question and I gave my opinion as an answer. I do not have enough science knowledge to show any evident based conclusions. I leave science to science , but for a discussion you have to have an opinion.

yet we say when the detector in the Caesium counts slow, it affects time, why?
No we don't.
We say that the count slows because time has slowed.
The count doesn't affect time, time affects the count.

I have not decided anything, you asked me a question and I gave my opinion as an answer. I do not have enough science knowledge to show any evident based conclusions. I leave science to science , but for a discussion you have to have an opinion.
So you have an opinion, but apparently it wasn't a decision, that the answer is "no"?

So you have an opinion, but apparently it wasn't a decision, that the answer is "no"?
My opinion of your no answer required another question which I have asked you . I have no conclusion , I only have questions and opinions. To conclude anything without thoroughly understanding the subject can only lead to vivid speculation.

No we don't.
We say that the count slows because time has slowed.
The count doesn't affect time, time affects the count.
If it is said that time affects the count, then surely time must have physicality?

gravity in the basement is lower
But in fact, the Earth's core is substantially more dense than the outer layers (mantle and crust), and gravity actually increases a bit as you descend

In an ideal isomass sphere, gravity declines linearly to zero in the center, density anomalies (like the nickel/ iron core) , showing variations in gravity, are great for finding treasures. Metal deposits are found near the surface that way.
gravity in the basement is lower. gravity falls downward all the way. while you go down, moving through time goes up.

The scale are smart and stop and hold at the top weight registered
That would be handy I could weigh myself without glasses...a significant weight saving.

Alex

The scales would then be measuring their own weight.
A human would be observing the read out the scales cant measure anything they are inanimate.
Alex

A human would be observing the read out the scales cant measure anything they are inanimate.
Alex
True, but my scales have A.I lol. (joking)

You did not read it how I thought I had wrote it if you can follow that.

My advice would be to double check before you post and I am going to assume that others out there are exactly like me in situations like this

None of us are mind readers

gravity in the basement is lower

In an ideal isomass sphere, gravity declines linearly to zero in the center, density anomalies (like the nickel/ iron core) , showing variations in gravity, are great for finding treasures. Metal deposits are found near the surface that way.
gravity in the basement is lower. gravity falls downward all the way. while you go down, moving through time goes up.
OK don't believe

That would be handy I could weigh myself without glasses...a significant weight saving.

Alex

Get one that talks

As long as when you step on them they don't say

My advice would be to double check before you post and I am going to assume that others out there are exactly like me in situations

None of us are mind readers

Looking at time dilation I have come up with this to look at the difference .

Δt≠Δt'

output≠output

ΔS≠ΔS

Based on a Caesium at relative rest , we can call this (A) on the left and a Caesium in relative motion , we can call this (B) on the right, makes an easier discussion.

Is a change in output a change in entropy of the Caesium atom?

If something is emitting slower than something else , then this must mean that this systems state is different to the others state?

Does 9,192,631,770 Hz/3.26cm length contract when the Caesium atom is in relative motion to give a false impression of any change?

What would happen if we removed the 3.26 cm between the Caesium and the detector so that the detector was virtually touching the Caesium?

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Looking at time dilation I have come up with this to look at the difference .

Δt≠Δt'

output≠output

ΔS≠ΔS

Based on a Caesium at relative rest , we can call this (A) on the left and a Caesium in relative motion , we can call this (B) on the right, makes an easier discussion.

Is a change in output a change in entropy of the Caesium atom?

I don't do maths / equations etc

No idea about Caesium atom entropy and think would take to much time to research

I'll sit this one out

Just for interest this might help

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"The time unit of the International System of Units is the second defined as follows: “Thes second is the duration of 9,192,631,770 periods of the radiation corresponding to thet transition between the two hyperfine levels of the ground state of the cesium 133 atom”

AND

In 2011, a British clock reached an accuracy of 2.3 10−16 s, which is an erroro of1 s/138 million years. It illustrates the considerable role of high technology ands state-of-the-art physics.

Both from The Invention of Time and Space by Patrice F. Dassonville

Does Δt=Δf represent the change of time is equal to the change of frequency?

Does Δt=Δf represent the change of time is equal to the change of frequency?
It would, and it is also gibberish.

The units of time are, let's say seconds (sec). The units of frequency are 1/sec. So what you have written means that seconds = 1/seconds. Equivalent to saying that 4 = 1/4. Stupid or what?

Earlier on you were saying that change in energy = change of entropy = time interval. If change in energy = time interval, it means you are saying kilowatt-hours = hours. So this is also gibberish.

As you have no grasp of mathematics (in spite of the years people have spent trying to teach you), do not write equations. It just makes you look an even bigger fool.

It would, and it is also gibberish.

The units of time are, let's say seconds (sec). The units of frequency are 1/sec. So what you have written means that seconds = 1/seconds. Equivalent to saying that 4 = 1/4. Stupid or what?

Earlier on you were saying that change in energy = change of entropy = time interval. If change in energy = time interval, it means you are saying kilowatt-hours = hours. So this is also gibberish.

As you have no grasp of mathematics (in spite of the years people have spent trying to teach you), do not write equations. It just makes you look an even bigger fool.

Stating that time changes does not require units and stating that time changes equal to a frequency that changes also does not need units. It simply explains the actions , the units are irrelevant. So why do you say it is stupid?

The full statement would track back in function

Δt=Δf=ΔS=ΔE

To go forward in function

ΔE=ΔS=Δf=Δt

Consider this a sort of maths that explains functions.

2.
MATHEMATICS
a relation or expression involving one or more variables.

The full statement would track back in function

Δt=Δf=ΔS=ΔE

To go forward in function

ΔE=ΔS=Δf=Δt

Consider this a sort of maths that explains functions.

2.
MATHEMATICS
a relation or expression involving one or more variables.
This is why I don't do maths

This is why I don't do maths

The expression is self explanatory really,

Δ=change
t=time
f=frequency
S=entropy
E=energy

It basically says that each change is exactly equal to all the other changes, one action that creates all these changes.

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