posted on Nov, 6 2016 @ 03:45 PM
originally posted by: AVoiceOfReason
a reply to: playswithmachines
time is just a change in state. ones or zeroes. it does not more backward, only forward.
Please explain your reasoning behind this.
its just a fundamental part of reality and everything reality encompasses.
Ah, but what is reality? Each one of us experiences our own reality, our Id. We only have our 5 (sometimes 6) senses to tell us about the universe,
and they could all be fooling us as to what 'reality' is.
Time is a purely human concept, ET always gets a good laugh from that one.
Time as defined in SI units is measured using changes in energy levels of the Caesium 133 atom, which you know of course is radioactive, and has a
very predictable decay rate. The measurements detect changes in electron shell energy levels, which occur at a very fixed rate, thus enabling us to
measure a second down to something like 24 decimal points. Yes, ones and noughts. But even that doesnt mean squat if gravity is not constant, nor is
the speed of light...oh dear, now we have a conundrum, which is not allowed in the holy church of 'established' science.
Gravity affects time, Gravity affects mass & light, Charge affects mass, mass affects time, charge affects gravity, etc....are you seeing a pattern
So first i must ask you what kind of universe do you believe in. Is it a holographic one, or God created or spontaneous? The electric one?
Time is indeed a change in state, but any change has 2 directions, + and -
edit on 6-11-2016 by playswithmachines because: Typo's