''TIME'' - definitions

socratus
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''TIME'' - definitions
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Can ''Time'' exist without matter ?
No.
Therefore, the right definition of ''time'' is to say: ''Gravity-time''
We have Earth ''gravity-time''.
Another planets have their own ''gravity-time''
From ''gravity-time'' is possible to create another definitions of ''time''
( atomic time-clock , biological-time, local-time, psychological-time . . . . )
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MHz
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Anything that has a beginning and an ending has 'time' between those two points. Divided into 10 parts makes visualizations easier to construct.
 
socratus
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Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

Anything that has a beginning and an ending has 'time' between those two points.
Divided into 10 parts makes visualizations easier to construct.

Agree,
''Time'' is artificial / mathematical measurement between a beginning and an ending.
''Time'' doesn't have ''nature''.
''Time'' is not a ''nature''.
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