Response to Scientific American: A Matter of Time.

Thought Uncommon

time

I was very intrigued by your recent article on time, I wanted to respond to it in my own terms or thought technology as I like to refer to it.  Since time seems to disappear from the formulas of theorists and doesn’t appear necessary to exist many people in the scientific and physics communities believe that it is an illusion.  Time doesn’t necessarily need to exist.

“TIME MIGHT BE A CONVENIENT FICTION THAT NO MORE EXISTS IN THE NATURAL WORLD THAN MONEY DOES. “

Albert Einstein Quotes Wallpapers3[15]

Why does the human experience exist?

This is how I want to approach the subject.  To quote myself, “All humans have finite capacity, if they had infinite capacity they would be the universe.”  This is a reference to Einstein’s reason for thinking that man cannot travel at the speed of light because he would approach infinite mass, becoming everything in the universe.  Which is interesting because it…

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