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sisiblackdog: Time is the movement from the organized to the organized time is entropy-Stephen Hawking brief history of time' At the moment all matter in the universe was organized to the size of a proton. Relativity states that energy cannot be created or destroyed-it simply changes form; however quantum mechanics says that energy and matter can appear out of know where and dissipate into nothingness-Relativity works on the fairly large things(stars-galaxies ect.) and quantum mechanics works at the sub-atomic level-time not only exists but it had a beginning(big bang) and an ending-(the great freeze) Richard Feynman. When all the energy in the universe will dissipate into nothingness-this creates a need for a "Grand unified theory" to reconcile relativity-one such candidate is "string field theory" as proposed by Michau Kakua. "Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence-Carl Sagan.There is no non-subjective evidence confirming the existence of the "little Greys" so their pretty much of the table. Time had a beginning and will have an end we live in a temporal universe
Tatrasu 2: well if we followed Einstein insistance that light speed is all,,we would continue to be deceived like those spending our taxes and saying they help us,,mm Phonon resonance is the universal key,,the rest is bull to hide the bull they spread out last deception
sarahray1122: Time is of the essence minutes only relevant to a particular essence at a time or instance our time is not the same of that as an insect Which vibrates at a higher frequency this their time moves forward faster time as a matter of perspective not a measurement
fieldofforce: Without asymmetric change, motion, movement, etc., we have no way of observing passage of time.
Quantum entanglement is an example of symmetric change, motion, movement, etc.
We cannot observe the symmetric change directly. What we can observe is the instantaneous asymmetric change in the entangled particle.
Another example of symmetric change is the warping of spacetime, which produces gravity. The warping is symmetric change that we can observe indirectly through observing light following a curved path through the warped spacetime.
richard6391: According to quantum field theory gravity does not move the blankets the whole universe. Your question makes no sense
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