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True, but only if you consider one reference frame, if you consider two independent reference frames no one can agree which part is now, since my future might be your past, as the space interval connection between us is zero.
I believe there the present 'moment' is the same throughout infinity .. there may or may not be a past, but there is a future, many fulfilled prophecies have been proven. I believe Non locality is merely a reduction of space to zero .. an elimination of space.
I don't get it, I prove time does not exist and nobody seemingly cares.....
Quote from: Thebox on 18/01/2016 15:10:39I don't get it, I prove time does not exist and nobody seemingly cares.....Either you're a genius unsurpassed and nobody understands you, or you're full of rubbish nobody cares to respond to you.Which one is it? I don't know.
These forums sure do seem to attract the mentally ill. Time cube. Nuff said.
Quote from: sam7 on 18/01/2016 19:40:59Quote from: Thebox on 18/01/2016 15:10:39I don't get it, I prove time does not exist and nobody seemingly cares.....Either you're a genius unsurpassed and nobody understands you, or you're full of rubbish nobody cares to respond to you.Which one is it? I don't know.Nobody must understandthe big bang is not the start of time, the big bang was the start of history.
and the originator of this thread needs to clarify his thoughts so the rest of us can understand him.
Okay .. so 0 + 1 = 1. How is this relevant to what you are saying, that time does not exist?
I'd like to make a short comment about how I understand the past and the future. While I agree that the only reality we have is the present, human experience understands the past as history and the future as an execution of a plan.Example: I can remember an event in the past, it is therefore an historical event.Example: I can rationalize a future event because I can predict the results of an action taken here in the present. For example; I stick a pin into an inflated balloon and it will surely pop.So these two concepts; "past and future" are products of memory and plans but the only reality we really experience is the present. So in principle, I understand what TheBox is trying to explain. But the words "past and future" have a very necessary utility when we are describing physical events and their causes. I think it is quite unnecessary to try and discard their meaning or use.Just my two cents...............................
Do you or anyone else interested , not understand why ''time'' can not possibly dilate?