time- the measurable event of change.

Wrong - indeed meaningless. Time is the dimension that separates sequential events. If you don't understand the definition, you won't get very far with any discussion of time.

wrong, n-dimensional space is that which separates sequential events. Time does not exist.

And that in which I was discussing with Colin, is how science presently measures the rate of the none existing time.

If you don't understand the difference between arbitrary time of a clock and the 0 time of space, you won't get very far with any discussion of time.

Let us discuss the nature of looking ahead relative to a body in motions future destination , you call this prediction, I call it inevitable.

How is this a prediction when you can see the start and the finish of the ''race''?

It is not a prediction it is a result .

so let us imagine a distance that takes 100 years to travel, I can look ahead and see the 100 year point, relative to me by time I arrive I will be in the future from now, I can predict I will be dead before I get there. I can also predict that if I remain ''stationary'', relatively my death time will not change.

Whether I make the journey or do not make journey is irrelevant, the now stays with me no matter what I do.

time can not be measured for one simple reason, anything after 0 quantifies as a distance.

0.277 mile is the present distance, the speed of time is presently 0.277 mile per second(clock time), I am not discussing time zones, I am discussing sciences mistakes. This particular mistake being time=distance, two different things meaning the same thing, a frequency rate over a d(x) is the same as a frequency rate over t(x), d(x) and t(x) being identical in length.

t(x) - d(x) = 0

t(x)=d(x)

fr

_{1}=c/x

fr

_{2}=var(c)/x

t=1

d=1