# Does time exist?

Discussion in 'Pseudoscience' started by Asexperia, Sep 28, 2015.

1. ### riverValued Senior Member

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Is it Mathematics or Physical ?

3. ### riverValued Senior Member

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Duration ; the physical object moves , because of its self and/or interactions with others .

And how long this lasts , is completely dependent on the physical object(s) involved .

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5. ### WillemRegistered Senior Member

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In order to make a particle clock.

7. ### AsexperiaValued Senior Member

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Real time is physical and sensory time is mathematical. Post #1912.

8. ### riverValued Senior Member

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What is real time fundamentally based on ? In the physical ?

Further ; if time is physical then give example(s) where time alone has a consequence upon the physical movement of any thing .

Sensory time , agreed .

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9. ### AsexperiaValued Senior Member

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Real time is not an abstract concept and as such it would have no influence on the physical world. Real time is a concrete concept. For example, your physical appearance changes with age.

10. ### AsexperiaValued Senior Member

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The real time is the duration of things, between a start and an end, in a certain physical state or situation.

11. ### AsexperiaValued Senior Member

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Abbreviated form of time:

... duration
s -----------> e
s = start. e = end

Duration = continuous succession of a phenomenon

12. ### riverValued Senior Member

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Disagree , with your definition of what real time is by duration .

It is not time that is important , ( because to the object time is meaningless ) . But duration . And duration is both movement and transformative , together and separate .

13. ### AsexperiaValued Senior Member

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THE PHILOCHROANALYSIS

The philochroanalysis is the procedure that explains the different parts of the concept of time. Time is the duration of things (1), between a start and an end (2), in a certain physical state or situation (3).

1- Duration or becoming = continuous succession of a phenomenon. It is perceptible.

2- Magnitude or amount of time. It is imperceptible, but measurable and intelligible. We understand, for example, the difference between 10 minutes and one minute (the unit). We understand the difference between one year (the unit) and 100 years.

3- It is the material basis of time.

Time is magnitive.

Asexperia

14. ### riverValued Senior Member

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Time is material based ; Agreed .

For me time has nothing to with duration .

Things do what they because of their characteristics ; both in wave and particle . Not because of time .

Hence the existence of the Universe is not because of time . But physical things . To the objects themselves , time does nothing , time has no efficacy on any physical thing(s) .

We seem to approach time differently .

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15. ### AsexperiaValued Senior Member

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THE CHANGE-INTERVAL DUALITY

The change-interval duality explains the nature of time. This duality arises because changes are the material basis of time. Time would not exist without these two different characteristics. Change is synonymous of phenomenon. Change is between the interval (a start and an end, before and after).

1) Change:
- is perceptible immediately, instantly.
- is irreversible.
- occurs in the present.

2) Interval:
- is perceptible mediately, sequentially.
- relates two sequential moments.
- is measurable.

We perceive stars when the light they emit reaches our eyes. Time goes from being magnitive (imperceptible) to being a duality (perceptible).

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16. ### riverValued Senior Member

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Transformation(s) .

All light is based on the physical , from the physical , the source , stars in your example .

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17. ### AsexperiaValued Senior Member

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Interval is the sequential trajectory of change.

18. ### riverValued Senior Member

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What is the essence of this change ?

19. ### riverValued Senior Member

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Asexperia

Why would interval matter to the physical object ?

20. ### AsexperiaValued Senior Member

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Change is the movement and transformation that occur in matter.

Interval is the sequential trajectory of change.

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Yes

Why ?

22. ### AsexperiaValued Senior Member

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Time is the property of matter to extend beyond a sequential origin.

OPENING POST:

1. It is objective (real)
2. It is subjective (ilussion)
3. It is subjective (a priori)
4. It is a duality (real)
5. Other

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23. ### riverValued Senior Member

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Why ?

None which gets to the why .