« on: 21/08/2023 00:22:53 »
Yes, true even if time isn't something that passes. Those three states still have different time slots.We know time passes, but the beginning of time is not easily established. Was there a beginning, or has time been passing eternally?...
Obviously, All the above imagined images would have Different Time slots.
(egg-t1, crack-t2, served-t3)
If the Egg is a Fundamentally essential object, without which, no still images can be imagined.Have no idea what you might be suggesting with this one. An egg hardly seems fundamental, and an image is not an egg, and we have plenty of images of things (unicorn is traditional) that seem not to exist.
Can We then conclude, Without the Egg, Time does not Exist.That's like saying without the unicorn, time doesn't exist. Time can exist just fine without an egg.
Time can exist without motion, but it's harder. The paint fades over time. That's evidence of time without utilizing the motion of anything.
How do We really measure Time?Typically by counting regular events. That works, flow or no flow. There is no way to detect flow, so one cannot measure time by any empirical detection of flow.
How do We measure Entropy without the Existence of molecules, atoms, electrons, protons, quarks etc etc?There would be no 'we' to measure it without that stuff. Entropy isn't especially a particularly meaningful thing without matter or radiation to measure.
Hope some of this helps.