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Time (for Humans)
« on: 20/09/2016 01:55:14 »
If we think about time as numbers 1 is 1 second for us and thing over and under can be represented as another creature. When people have fun our mind forget about the perception of time this is where my idea comes from. What if the brain reacts to said "time" (rotation around the sun) in another theoretical earth 0.01 second is equivalent to 1 second in our mind/universe how this works is the brain reacts to the second remembers said second and forgets it. so in a theoretical earth like ours 365 days a year can be 1 minute because they perceive the 365 days and forget it/the brain speeds it up to make it equivalent to our said 1 second making 365 days 1 second for said theoretical human. This means on other planets theoretical creatures can perceive a rotation around the black hole in the center of the universe as a said human earth year.

Sorry, for bad sentence structure and this might seem a bit confusing but please ask questions to further understand the concept provided and go ahead and add any of your ideas, thank you ( : 


 

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Re: Time (for Humans)
« Reply #1 on: 22/09/2016 00:47:21 »
your problem seems to be one, you're not considering time, your considering math...
 See at the moment you, yourself, assume that time is equal (any number), you're trying to quantify time, and the worst part of this nightmare is that you're using a predeterminated calendar that we, humans, developed using numbers, nubers that we developed ofr our pwersonal purposes...

 So the idea I can understand, the how we know, but you're tring to measure something that can't be meassured on itself, you can't measure time as it is cause time is a existence you can use numbers to tame time as for your own purposes but alway will start using a point of reference that you will pre determinated as being "1,2,3...." at this very moment you'll not be measuring time, but your time, the one you made, we made... The best point of reference was the sun.

 There is indeed speeds, acceleration and decaying of things, the last one is more reliable than the sun, even so our most precise clocks always start using a one point of reference, so time is real but can't be measured... Time is not like a peace of atmosphere over your head, or inside a shoe box, time is a whole thing as it space, it is born from the correlation matter have with space, resulting in space time, cause this interaction cause things to accelerate, dilatation occurs, alowing everything to move with speeds, if something has a speed, it will decay, if something is decaying it is submited to time....
 Think about a dead dog, the meat will start to decompose itself, there is your proof of time existence, not on the fact that it is decomposing, but on the speed with it is occuring. Set to dogs in the scenario, both are equal, determinate a diferent point of reference of time to the first and a secund to the other, at the end the results will divege, so now you realise that the dogs are in the same state, despise the different clocks, what all this means? To humans? Only that we can't measure anithing without a predeterminated number, this fact alone, I believed that ring the bell...

 As for your concept of our time it is correct, our idea of time was born from our coletivety to act as a unity of meassurement as for weight, quantity, in this case of time... Our brains are amazing, our bodies exist and evolved from earth that is submited to everything that is, if your brain, as my does, somehow tells your that time exists, it's up to your good sense to trust on it... Think about the non existence of time in your daily life, even picturing yourself as animal, there is no point, its madness, so trust yourself, time is real and can't be measure with numbers only experiencied....
 

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Re: Time (for Humans)
« Reply #2 on: 22/09/2016 04:42:47 »
I would like to ask you a question on time as a "sense" although in many people brains they think as time as a line in which on that line is a dot continually moving leaving a bit of the line behind it as it moves forward in my mind i do not think of time like that. Time to me is more like a variable that those not have any constant linear movement. Imagine the dot on a infinite piece of paper moving around with no line in front of it or behind it. Its more of a constantly changing variable say a star let of higher energy an equal amount of, lets say... ticks 2 ticks equivalent to 2 second in our minds. Then one day that star explodes what what happens to that line on the piece of paper those it just stop? although remembered by our brains as 2 seconds equals 1 star second the star is no longer producing the said "times".

Hope you understand its hard to recite things you think of in everyday life.
 
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Re: Time (for Humans)
« Reply #3 on: 24/09/2016 17:06:24 »
Time is like the frequency of the "quartz" inside the matter. Change the frequency and you change the perception, it is exactly like a processor. The frequency come from the rotation and the limit of the speed of light, to make a full round, you need to move in one direction and the other and if you move in translation you need more "absolute time" in one direction than the other. When the velocity in translation is near the speed of light you need a big "absolute time" to make your turn. All the matter characteristics have that frequency in the equation, for example the chemical interaction depends of that frequency, all your body is under this frequency.
 

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