# Naked Science Forum

## On the Lighter Side => New Theories => Topic started by: aetzbar on 04/09/2017 11:57:29

Title: A new theory of Time
Post by: aetzbar on 04/09/2017 11:57:29
A new theory of time.
There are two types of time, active time and passive time.
Active time is measured from a state of rest.
Passive time is measured from a state of motion.
Passive time fills the infinite space.
, In each direction we measure 0.0033 microseconds / meter
Passive time appears between two points, active time appears between two moments.
Passive time is the medium in which waves of passive time travel at speed C
Passive time allows the existence of electrical phenomena.
Title: Re: A new theory of Time
Post by: GoC on 04/09/2017 13:03:44

Yes time is energy available or passive time. The electron at rest completes its cycle in the shortest duration. When mass moves through space there is a longer duration to the cycle. A somewhat uniform space in the motion of mass counts all distance through space added for the duration of the electron cycle. At c the electron could not cycle. Probably less than c if you consider the helix path of the electron.

There is a used energy and available energy. Kinetic used vs. amount available for increased motion. Our measurement of time is the amount available. We cannot measure the true kinetic energy used so we cannot measure a prefered frame.
Title: Re: A new theory of Time
Post by: aetzbar on 04/09/2017 14:54:40
It's hard for me to understand what you mean?
I mean active time and passive time
As well as active energy and passive energy.
Passive energy of stone, is the weight of the stone.
Active energy has many performances that maintain a conservation law.
Passive energy does not participate in this law.
Title: Re: A new theory of Time
Post by: GoC on 05/09/2017 13:42:15
Passive energy of stone, is the weight of the stone.

That is if you believe fundamental energy is of mass. Look at the electron cycle time with speed or increased mass. The electron cycle becomes slower in its tick rate. Mass is just a conduit for fundamental energy.

Mass of the stone with velocity transfers fundamental (passive) energy to kinetic energy reducing the available fundamental energy. Energy is always a ratio to available c.

Active energy has many performances that maintain a conservation law. Passive energy does not participate in this law.

No it creates the conditions for the law with a limit of c.
Title: Re: A new theory of Time
Post by: guest39538 on 05/09/2017 14:16:41
A new theory of time.
There are two types of time, active time and passive time.
Active time is measured from a state of rest.
Passive time is measured from a state of motion.
Passive time fills the infinite space.
, In each direction we measure 0.0033 microseconds / meter
Passive time appears between two points, active time appears between two moments.
Passive time is the medium in which waves of passive time travel at speed C
Passive time allows the existence of electrical phenomena.

What you are re-defining is relativistic ''time'', where timing is the mechanics of relativity and absolute time which is real time that passes and is imperceptible.
Relativistic time accounts for change in timing of the ticking of a clock but is really closely related to the change of entropy of each independent system.

Δt=ΔS=pE @ v(c)

This explains that the change of time is equal to the change of entropy of an independent system and it all happens at the speed of light c because the ΔS @ v(c).

ΔS=@v(c)

Then there is absolute time which passes by at less than a nano second increments, a continuous time that is unbroken in which the next now compared to now is chronologically adjoined to now.
Title: Re: A new theory of Time
Post by: aetzbar on 05/09/2017 17:14:24
I am talking about a passive time that is quantitative and measured.
Try to imagine an infinite space full of "something transparent"
"The transparent thing" is a total resting.
The name of the Transparent Something is passive time , because it is measured in time units.
"In something transparent that is completely resting" waves move at constant speed C in all directions.
These are waves of passive time.
We move through passive time, but we do not feel it.

Passive time does not exist in Einstein's theory, nor in Newton's theory.
Title: Re: A new theory of Time
Post by: guest39538 on 05/09/2017 17:54:18
I am talking about a passive time that is quantitative and measured.
Try to imagine an infinite space full of "something transparent"
"The transparent thing" is a total resting.
The name of the Transparent Something is passive time , because it is measured in time units.
"In something transparent that is completely resting" waves move at constant speed C in all directions.
These are waves of passive time.
We move through passive time, but we do not feel it.

Passive time does not exist in Einstein's theory, nor in Newton's theory.

Imagining an infinite space that is full of ''something'' transparent is the same as imagining an infinite space that is transparent.   What you are discussing in our terms is some form of a Higg's field . This field offering no permeability to the permeating of the light through it. You are sort of only saying that space offers no resistance to light in which we know.  As for the rest of your notion it  states the ''field'' is at rest , an absolute frame of reference. By passive time you are saying , ''offers no resistance time'', which makes absolutely no sense what so ever.
I am not surprised passive time did not exist in Einsteins or Newtons work.. Your explanation is a bit ''daft'' and made up.  A lot of somethings in there.   i.e something causes gravity is not an explanation of the mechanics of gravity.
Title: Re: A new theory of Time
Post by: GoC on 05/09/2017 18:13:11
Passive time does not exist in Einstein's theory, nor in Newton's theory.

Quite correct it is not defined in relativity.

The resting thing you are discussing is not resting at all. It is the energy c of space that move the electrons. A body at rest has the quickest cycle time for its electrons. Passive energy (time) is conserved in motion. The universe is in a sea of c and we use that energy for motion. Without (passive) energy there would be no motion nor time. Time is motion derived from energy. With velocity there is less passive energy available as conservation of c total passive energy. Waves are created by mass and ride on energy c in the spectrum energy c. That is why light is said to go on forever without entropy. The energy is of space and not mass. Spectrum waves propagate under there own spectrum energy. Electrons being slower linearly to a faster linear photon would not be possible with fundamental energy being of mass. We can only detect c orthogonally through spectrum waves. We would need something faster than c to detect c directly.

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Space is not transparent to light space wave is light. When the light reaches our eyes we view the waves as an image. We do not view to the distance as you believe. The view travels to us.
Title: Re: A new theory of Time
Post by: aetzbar on 05/09/2017 18:33:00
i suggest a complete resting medium for electromagnetic waves,
These waves move in passive time.
Electro-magnetic waves are waves of passive time.
All the physical theories did not take into account that passive time existed.
They thought electromagnetic waves moving in a vacuum, and that was a mistake
The electromagnetic waves travel in a complete resting medium, of passive time.
Passive time is a real concept in physical reality, because it is measured.
Title: Re: A new theory of Time
Post by: GoC on 05/09/2017 21:17:17
All the physical theories did not take into account that passive time existed.They thought electromagnetic waves moving in a vacuum, and that was a mistakeThe electromagnetic waves travel in a complete resting medium, of passive time.Passive time is a real concept in physical reality, because it is measured

They are energy propagation waves. Nothing to do with electro magnetic waves. There is nothing passive about c. The electron is a flow given to it by passive energy. Time = energy c = motion
Title: Re: A new theory of Time
Post by: Yahya on 13/09/2017 20:00:27
A new theory of time.
There are two types of time, active time and passive time.
Active time is measured from a state of rest.
Passive time is measured from a state of motion.
Passive time fills the infinite space.
, In each direction we measure 0.0033 microseconds / meter
Passive time appears between two points, active time appears between two moments.
Passive time is the medium in which waves of passive time travel at speed C
Passive time allows the existence of electrical phenomena.

you mean active time is what is used in everyday life? the abstract meaning of time ? that passes by itself and not related to motion ?
Title: Re: A new theory of Time
Post by: aetzbar on 14/09/2017 12:37:53
Active time is perceived in conjunction with actual physical activity (including energy)
The human discourse (practical and conceptual) applies to active time.
Passive time is a completely new scientific concept.
Passive time has no past, no future, and it is a quantitative thing
When trying to measure active time from a state of motion, you discover the effect of passive time.
This is the first time that passive time appears in physical theory.
It is possible to give a good description of the phenomena of electricity, while using passive time.