posted on Oct, 4 2011 @ 04:07 AM
Has been echoed by earlier posts, but Time is a logical construct. As a group of people, we agree on a set of benchmarks that everyone uses. A
universal standard is very useful for coordination.
As a derivative of your mind, it does not exist outside of your mind. Even though it is an extension of your mind, does that measuring make it exist?
Subjectively. It exists to you.
By adding an increasing number of 0s in front of a 1, you are not changing time. You are changing the parameters of your measurement.
int Time = x;
int x = this is where you decide how many 0 are in front of the 1. If you change the precision add another 0, you are changing the value of x, not the
attributes of Time. As the variable is undefined, you determine how many 0s there are. If you did not exist, or you did not care, there would be no
value for time, and the concept would not exist as it would be undefined.