I THE EVOLUTION OF TIME THEORY
I worked for years in the development of 5D³, the long-seeked model of relational space-time (Leibniz), which Einstein said would be the definitive model but had not been cracked for a century, as it required truly as he said ‘to restart science from its inception’…
Fact is before this work time theory had not any significant advancement since Einstein, as it is a theme that seems very difficult for humans as you cannot take shots of time as we do with space.
Let us then make a summary of how much relational space-time ‘beings’ help us to understand the Universe and its worldcycles of life and death – in this case the worldcycle of history the human super organism in time… making an introductory, synoptic analysis of the evolution of time=change theory through the history of science, developed briefly in the section of general systems of this blog and extensively in my blog of hard scientific time theory at http://www.unificationtheory.com
Aristotle on time=change. Its types.
In that regard time has a simple meaning: motion and change in the present state of seemingly not changing realities. So the perception of different changes makes time dual, subjective and objective and multiple, but quite easy to reduce to external timer-change or translation in space, the subject of physics and internal time-change or change in information.
Subjective time: measure of the cycles of information of a system or being.
As the mind is subjective, mind-time perception must then be related to information and indeed, the mind’s speed of processing information defines its time-change perception and ‘beat’=bit of times. i.e. in humans is a second, the beat of heart, mind and legs steps. It follows that faster systems with faster time clocks live longer, but often a huge family of beings have similar time durations. i.e. an insect that processes information 10 times faster has a longest span of life in its top predator species of 7 years (ant-queens: max. social evolution, cockroaches: max. strength) similar to the top predator human and elephant in the larger scale which lives 70/10 times slower thoughts=7 years.
So with this, we resume the theme of psychological time and we can focus on the evolution of objective external time, either by physicists of motion or biologists of information which 5D unifies. And we find 4 great time masters, only 4 great steps forwards in the modern age, one for each century:
- In the XVII c. Galileo (time-space relativity, v=s/t, time as measure of translation, use of clocks, etc.):
In the graph, galilean relativity was ill-understood, as the true question about time-change was why ‘we see systems still when they move’, and ‘why we see space as continuum, when in detail is made of quanta’, and why all systems are made of smaller self-similar systems. So we lived in a Universe of infinite points of view, singularities that structure organic systems of all kinds:
- In the XX c. Einstein (completion of Galileo’s work, with a refinement of the formula v=s/t, and first hint to an understanding that charges and masses are ‘accelerated clocks of time’ as ‘time curves space into masses’ and by the principle of equivalence mass an acceleration are indistinguishable):