Does time exist?
Cornering physical reality
To us human beings, the physical reality
appears to be made of
The expression "appears to be made of" rather than "is made of" is used here because the words "made-of" are misleading; they suggest and as such may imply that things "are" independent of time or not needing time to exist!
In the gravimotion world, which is an interpretation of Nature that departs from traditional thinking, matter's very inner-core that is the subatomic particle, is not "made of" mass for intance, but is instead "part of reality" (space and time) or "occurs" dynamically!
material objects and non-material phenomenon. We may assert with certainty that material objects as well as non-material phenomenon when physically touched or felt, or seen, or heard by our material human body are real
, or exist
in the sense of being part of reality
Conversely our human mental concepts that cannot be sensed physically by our human physical body are not part of reality
or do not exist in reality.
Here are physical things that we can perceive and are part of reality.
The stars that we see shining in the night sky, the light of the sun that is burning our skin, material objects that we can touch, the air that we breathe, the motion of our body while walking, gravity that is binding us to the ground are all physical, all are real in the sense of part of reality.
Note that light, motion and gravity that are felt by our human bodies, all three are non-material physical entities as compared to material entities such as material objects and air for instance.
These 3 non-material physical entities maybe at the origin of our human belief that non-material time is also a physical entity.
How does non-material time, differs from non-material entities that are light, motion and gravity?
Our human concept of time is not physically involved within clocks' mechanisms that are run by springs and batteries; proof is these mechanisms may vary, the so called time they provide having no physical link whatsoever with the concept we human have of time; clocks do not prove the existence of time.
Then time has nothing to do either concerning our aging as our physical body runs on biological processes such as the physical duplication of cells.
All in all our human body does not physically perceive the idea we have of time and that departs frankly from the physical perceptions we have of light rays, motion and gravity; as such we may assert time is not part of reality or time does not exist physically.
Richard Feynman, a renowned physicist, suggested that "time runs independently of everything else."
Not connected to anything real, "time" is only a word of our language and "t" only a mathematical symbol in physics' mathematics.
Time exists in our human minds only. Time is non physical. There is no "time" entity running "independently of everything else".
If time is but a human mental illusion, time has to be replaced by a real entity that we can perceive
Look at the clock made of question-marks in motion
; what do you perceive? You perceive motion
. Time is a human mental byproduct of that physical entity motion
. An argument against this is the arrow of time. Yet just as there is no way to eradicate any (alleged) past time, once a physical move
occurred there is no way to eradicate the occurrence of that move
. Arrow of time, and time are both mental byproducts of motion's reality
It can be said that the rotational motion
of Earth engenders days and nights and along with it our human concept of time.
For scientific and physical proof that time does not exist click: Einstein's Flabbergasting Time Dilation
Relativity ... and ... motion reality
Einstein's relativity, which states that motion is relative, infers that motion is elusive or not a physical phenomenon. The definition of speed involving 2 factors foreign to motion (miles / hour) accentuates such feeling. Yet Einstein's motion is relative with respect to a reference or to an observer, and motion being observed mandates motion reality.
Light having no mass while moving along is pure motion; that pure motion (light), which may burn our skin, as mentionned above is definitely a physical entity. The physical phenomenon of light is proof that pure motion is part of reality.
Now this light's pure motion when heating our skin does engender our body's molecules very motion (heat); engendered through pure motion the motion of physical molecules is also a real entity; the motion of matter is a real entity just as pure motion is.
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