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Time is not an abstract unit. It is fundamentally related with motion / movement.
All living organisms would have developed their organic systems in order to match the flow of time/energy of that environment.
I believe precession is not the cause of the gravity of the sun and the moon affecting the earth (the lunisolar theory), but a movement of a much grander scale that affects the entire solar system.
The last sentence reveals the nature of space, which is primarily the distance that the objects have to travel in order to meet the zero point of no division, and it's produced by the specific division of the higher unity (which again also produces time).
As far as the living beings of a planet are concerned, they age accordingly to these cycles.
the great Einstein figured this out. time in itself has no unit of measurement that can universally measure how fast it is passing by because time itself is in fact based on the velocity at which one is moving. if im standing still time moves slower than say if i was traveling at the speed of light. the property of time is thus directly in relation to velocity. (debunking your statement that time is not velocity, or at least not proportionally related to velocity)
sir if you are going to try to make people sound stupid, then please make sure it is not on a subject that a great mind already conquered.
Time can be measured in a number of ways. For instance, we can measure the passage of time via the orbital motion of Earth and other planets in the solar system (Dynamical Time). Or we can measure time based on the rotation of Earth on its axis with respect to the stars (Universal Time). Finally, we can measure time through the oscillations of atoms (International Atomic Time).
Universal Time (UT) is counted from 0 hours at midnight, with unit of duration the mean solar day, defined to be as uniform as possible despite variations in the rotation of the Earth.
they’re all wrong and whoever created those pyramids and passed that information forward knew it!
I asked how many different directions could a person go if they were suspended in mid air. The answer was and will always remain a Sphere.
The sphere is the true mathematical scale we should be using at all times, when it comes to science and trying to put extremely large and extremely small measurements into a truthful equation, up to and including relativity. Because if you where suspended in mid-air and your options are then endless regarding which direction you could possibly go in, then logically so must the universe.
That makes no sense at all. This is claiming that orientations imply distances. Even if the wording is poor here and a locally isotropic structure exists, it does not mean that the universe is globally isotropic.
You do that by making sure the m-cubic within the m-sphere has all four corners touching the four sides of an m-sphere. Once again the m-cubic must be homogenous on each of its sides.
This doesn't make sense. Did you mean 8 corners or 4 corners? And what does homogenous[sic] mean here?
This seems more like a clumsy way to create units of measure than anything else.
sorry my friend but you in no way shape or form proved that time isn't completely dependent on velocity. it is FACT time is relative (is not a constant) and it is relative based on velocity. if you try to debunk this you are trying to debunk Einstein not me not anyone on this forum, but the scientific genius of EINSTEIN.
Originally posted by stereologist
The ancients had a very poor understanding of the universe. They did not know what they were observing in the heavens.
An Anglo-Greek team of scientists has revealed what they consider the true workings of the Antikythera mechanism, a 2,000 year-old analog computer recovered from a Mediterranean shipwreck over a century ago.
The new model, produced following exhaustive research into new fragments discovered in 2005 on the sea bed near Crete, will be described in the next issue of Nature magazine. The answer: it’s a “moon computer,” as the BBC put it, used to calculate the astronomical cycles of heavenly bodies.