What is time?

In this chapter I will discuss how “Linearity of time” works? Linearity of time works both in forward and backward direction, no matters which one direction time has. Linearity of time purely depends on structure of space (don’t get confused with geometry of space) where it assists time to present in every direction rather than one and this is simultaneously. It is both scalar as well as vector quantity instead of saying “vector”.

It is something like a “magnetic lines” when we observe in a field of magnets such kind of an excerpt is north and south poles of earth where magnetic fields assist our planet from solar radiations and it’s visible picture is not confirm but it is just like a curves that generate from both the poles (north pole and south pole). If one considers that there is no magnetic field generate on north pole or not on south pole then we are in danger to face a harmful solar radiations from sun. Similar case is in linearity of time that assists time to move in both directions and hence create individual fields that also assist time’s uniformity.

In my previous chapter, I discussed time is “medium” and is particular field that moves everywhere just like a magnetic lines and then it depends on structure of space as we observe outside our planet earth. It’s structure is different and hence contains lots of stuff and there is no matter which kind of field it have. However, time seems to be like a “Lines” and these “Lines” associate with space and then allows it to move according to it (time) similar like “space time” but yet, we are not strict here because we are unable to answer “which is that thing that compels time to order space to move in certain way as it generally moves or bends?” We become more rational then after this, we will left with uncertainty.

In my next chapter, I will discuss why time is interrelated with space? Thanks.

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Original Source: https://cosmologyexegesis.quora.com/What-is-time-2

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3 thoughts on “What is time?

  1. I wish I had followed your blog from a long time ago. I love reading about science. Now it seems it’s gonna take me a while to catch up on all the posts.
    But still, like Winnie the Pooh would say, today is as good as any day to begin.
    All the best and look forward to your future posts 👍


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