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**New Theories / Time as an observable**

« **on:**16/10/2021 03:06:15 »

One issue quantum mechanics has is that while space is an observable, time isn't. I'd like to challenge this if we can.

General relativity treats time as quite special, as a leg of the Pythagorean triangle and in fact with it, general relativity was capable of manifesting curvature.

It is by this, that I say, time is manifested an observable from the curvature of space. Space bends because of time. Therefore when we observe curvature, we are seeing time "in" space, or at least, the effects of the warping of time and space.

General relativity treats time as quite special, as a leg of the Pythagorean triangle and in fact with it, general relativity was capable of manifesting curvature.

It is by this, that I say, time is manifested an observable from the curvature of space. Space bends because of time. Therefore when we observe curvature, we are seeing time "in" space, or at least, the effects of the warping of time and space.