Time is boni-tis-tic irony,
it is the cause of the effect we call movement.
While it is only the only physical process that takes place in our universe, it is not the only thing that does not notice the collective ignorance of physics, even though it is the only thing that happens.See the following … the link has been removed and replaced by subsequent addendum.
—- Supplement — 8 March 2019
(because at Quora obviously too few people know what a link is)
Science comes from knowledge, which must be proven.
The real present is the only thing that does not need to be proven. You have to believe in the past because you can only believe what you have experienced. But the nature of all things does not need to be believed, because it does not need to know. Therefore, whoever abandons the idea of a constant time also gives up faith in the nature of things, which we call science.
Time is an illusion of our mind to understand a 4D real space.
Time and space have different availability.Time is a virtual distance between two points, whereas space is a currently real distance. Thus, time is currently not real available, but can be grasped virtually through our brain as a memory to understand the BEING. Whereas space is always present ly, in order to BE without having to understand it. Time is therefore only a virtual aid of our mind in order to illusion us with an obviously real existential 4th spatial dimension. Such a four-dimensional thought model is already anchored in our genes, and that’s why we’ve developed a kind of sense of what we humans understand as a time so that we can optimize the present for the future.
But not everyone sees the need to understand all this.We tend to think of the virtual as something real and interpret some statics as something dynamic and vice versa. For the 4th dimension, which we want to understand as a time dimension, is the amplitude of a spatial position. So to speak, the present real-life set of effects, which is characterized by the curvature of the first three dimensions into the 4th dimension. In this way, the curved portions of the track disappear from the 3D plane to a 4D plane, which we can only perceive in an electromagnetic way.
The value of this amplitude is only measured by a temporal lyrical measurement, although only the present lyrical state of the amplitudes of a spatially distributed spatial volume should be recorded, thus proving a moving but static form.
The following illustrations are intended to explain this measurement process and to determine the always present shape of the object.
Figure 1 shows in sinusoidal color gradation the spatially shortening effects of the curving effect on the 3D plane of space (gravity), the darker the denser.
The sine curve of figure 2 or 3, including its polarity, is three-dimensionally understood as a helix whose red curve portions would be visible from the front. In Figs. 2 and 3, the vertical purple lines indicate the amount that indicates the current amplitude with which the first three dimensions were curved into the 4D plane. If you do not yet know the possible perspectives, curves and curvatures of such differential geometry, then follow this link.
For example, a photon is a spatially present part of the space, the characteristic state of which does not change serially over time, but whose current spatial amplitude is simultaneously available.I present the measurement structure with an animation, from which it should be seen that the photon itself has a statically always present form, which is perceived by us by us only for movement via the antenna as an electric oscillation.
I mean that time is not necessary to exist and function at present.
Space and time must again be regarded as separate in order to understand that equal time also presupposes equal presence. A denial of the same time would be tantamount to an illusion of our real existence.
If the object of viewing is a round clock, then the circle is a chain of several points in space.The clock’s hand also describes a circle, but this circle is never present in contrast to the statically existing circle of the clock.
Time is an unknown external cause whose effect we grasp as movement.Time, however, can only capture beings that have a memory. Therefore, time is a past form of experience, an idea or an illusion to optimize the present. Therefore, time is only the saved memory of a journey travelled. Thus, time is always just something past, something no longer real, but only a vicarious idea of a spatial length, which is used as a stretch section of a spiritual time scale. The smallest possible distance is the Planck ian length.
The spiritual order and administration of all this is then a kind of time-sense to grasp our world causally, but‘tangible’ is not also synonymous with rationally conscious comprehensibility.This sense of time obviously replaces a real spatial dimension. However, this sense of time does not correspond to physical spatial reality, but rather a kind of virtual orientation geometry that deals with virtual spatial distances as if they were currently presently presently presently present.
So time is only a part of our memory and by no means something real, but it serves our ideas to virtually create a possible present for us.Only in science did this lead to blatant illusory considerations. Because reality presents facts that do not meet the requirements of the standard model of physics. Because man as a scientist can often be such arrogant, as already historically known, there is an invitation to akausal indeterministic requirements, e.g. the denial of the equal time and the stretchability of time.
Time is therefore by no means a substantially variable size, but a virtual static replacement unit for the amount of lengths covered.It replaces us with a real spatial dimension, because we can also grasp the effect. The standard model of physics is not yet suitable to describe the entire physical process plausibly. Personally, I can plausibly change this model of imagination by reusing my innate notion, where the equal time and consistency of the smallest possible distance are essential to describe the constant mechanism of the speed of light. read more).