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originally posted by: frenchfries
Time is not really a dimension but a modality. Think about it we can move in all 3 spacial dimensions we can measure a meter again and again.
And here is the basic issue with your thinking. You don't move in space only. You are also always moving in time.
You can measure time, as the duration of a periodic process
has information exceeded the speed of light?
Speed and mass => gravity => time (effect). As seen in time dilation. No to everything you said.
originally posted by: Flyingclaydisk
The properties of light sometimes behave as a wave and other times as a particle. Time is similar in this respect, sometimes behaving as a dimension and other times simply as a measure of an interval.
Time is linear... The seconds that have passed are not different than meters behind you as you make forward progression... S
Seconds that have passed by do not cease to be because a new second emerges... Remember?
I think we've had encounters before, you probably know I take barely anything serious.
Speed in this case means rotational speed around a bodys own axis. Simulated gravity,
The clock is just counting and the 12 months, 7 days things also has nothing to do with time itself.
Mass plays a big part in gravity, check out the equation. Lots of m And gravity bends spacetime, not space. The isolated fourth dimension of time is not spacetime.
What it also shows us this time dilation thing is that with v>c, t is negative.