# The Perfect Clock

I don't wanna be rude ...

They are imaginary experiments:

- The light clock with two opposite mirrors.
- The ruler that changes its length.

I've seen the videos in youtube.

I don't wanna be rude ...

They are imaginary experiments:

- The light clock with two opposite mirrors.
- The ruler that changes its length.

I've seen the videos in youtube.
And the synchronised clocks carried on aircraft and space stations and remain on Earth and slip out of sync by the amounts predicted due to their various speeds and locations?

And the synchronised clocks carried on aircraft and space stations and remain on Earth and slip out of sync by the amounts predicted due to their various speeds and locations?

That experiment was performed in October 1971.

The perfect clock measures fractions of seconds.
It has to be digital.

The perfect clock measures fractions of seconds.
It has to be digital.
Digital clocks measuring fractions of seconds??

That's just crazy talk!

The perfect clock measures fractions of seconds.
It has to be digital.
Time does not exist and the abstract idea of a perfect clock cannot exist because it has nothing to measure its perfection against

This is a 2 cup of coffee answer to prepare for some dumb diddle dumb dumb answer

The perfect clock measures fractions of seconds.
But not too small!

One nanosecond is an insignificant measure.

Remember guys: Physics means fractions, but only big fractions.

The perfect clock measures fractions of seconds.
It has to be digital.
It is sad to see someone so stubborn that they are incapable of learning anything.

The perfect clock measures fractions of seconds.
It has to be digital.
Thus displaying a fundamental misunderstanding of what is meant by "clock".

Time does not exist.

Time exits. It's the interval between two moments.

Time exits. It's the interval between two moments.
Which is age and not time

Which is age and not time

If time doesn't exist neither duration (age).

Moved to PseudoScience since it is obvious that this is not a linguistics and/or science question, but merely an ill-guided attempt to redefine words for no apparent gain.

If time doesn't exist neither duration (age).

Michael was left sighing.

4th postulate of Philochrony:

Time isn't a phenomenon because is magnitive.

Time is the measure of duration or phenomenon extension, but time isn't a phenomenon itself.
Phenomena are observed.

4th postulate of Philochrony:

Time isn't a phenomenon because is magnitive.

Time is the measure of duration or phenomenon extension, but time isn't a phenomenon itself.
Phenomena are observed.

So something which does not exist is

some weird whatever it is

and what ever the rest of the crap is

I never needed more coffee than right now

Time is the measure of duration or phenomenon extension, but time isn't a phenomenon itself.
Time is a dimension.

Time is a dimension.

Time is a magnitive dimension with direction from the past to the future.

ER ------------------> .............. future
.......... past ...... present

ER = event of reference

Time is a magnitive dimension with direction from the past to the future.

ER ------------------> .............. future
.......... past ...... present

ER = event of reference

There's that pseudo-word "magnitive" again...

This is just word salad, plain and simple.