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6 ups, 1y,

Just to be clear.

I dont really believe what I said above.

I simply thought that it could be an idea.

When you have an idea you should come up with the reasoning behind it even if you dont believe in it.

I give all my ideas an equal chance by giving reasoning to them but most of the I simply laugh off as weird ideas anyways.

I dont believe this.

I think time exists, I just wanted to show my argument for the idea I had even if I dont agree with it.

:)

I dont really believe what I said above.

I simply thought that it could be an idea.

When you have an idea you should come up with the reasoning behind it even if you dont believe in it.

I give all my ideas an equal chance by giving reasoning to them but most of the I simply laugh off as weird ideas anyways.

I dont believe this.

I think time exists, I just wanted to show my argument for the idea I had even if I dont agree with it.

:)

1 up, 1y,

infinity is not infinit. hear me out. imagin a hotel with infinity rooms. the hotel manager has to check on all of the rooms, and can complete that task in uder a minute. this is how: in the first room, they take 30 seconds to check on it, and in the next room they take half as long, so 15 seconds. then they take half as long in the 3rd room (12.5 seconds) this repeats forever. but, if that manager can go infinitly fast, and doesnt explode or something in the sudden stops, then what happens after the minute is over? is the manager done, or is there some point when you cant go any faster, or does time stop until the manager dies? no one knows.

1 up, 1y,

Ooh logic puzzle.

Let me try to figure this out in my head.

There are two answers!

The theoretical answer:

Ok so yes when the minute is over the manager is done checking rooms.

If you have to divide by 2 each time you check a room, doing at half the speed of the other than you would evenutally get to an incredibly small amount of time, an infinite one. It is possible to get an infinite task done in a less than infinite amount of time because all units of time are infinite. If keep dividing the time needed by 2 you will eventually get to the point where the problem you are doing is (∞/∞). Due to all laws of mathematics this is equal to the number 1. Some people say that if divide infinity by infinity you just get infinity. That is incorrect. First of all infinity is not a number so you canto divide it VIA THE LAWS OF MATH, you can however divide it using logic. To divide using logic, use your logic. Logic is what math is made up of. Math is a form of logic, and logic a form of math. So by using logic we go around the mathematical paradox of infinity and say that (∞/∞ = 1). This means in terms of Time the manager has 1, In terms of Rooms the manager has 1. If we do Work over Time (W/T). If the Work is equal to or less the Time than you can complete the Work in the set Time. In the Example above Time = 1, and Work = 1, so (W/T = 1/1) Meaning the manager would have enough time to complete checking all the rooms.

The Physical answer:

The physical answer is much much simpler than the one above. The physical answer is still yes but includes the laws of physics. Simply the less time there is the more time there is. I know that sounds insane but if the manager went slowly to an infinite place in time, we would quickly reach the spot where she is at or gone above the speed of light, therefore allowing her to continue to do her job while time is frozen. No the physical world would not be frozen in place. She would have an infinite amount of time to do her infinite job. At some point she would go so fast that the best conclusion to draw is that she would start reversing time itself. It is theoretically possible if you have enough mass from going above light speed. Because the time she is reversing is already frozen from before she would not travel back in time but reverse it while still getting all the infinite Work done. She would finish before she started which would put the equation at, (W/T = 1/0 = 1/1) therefor completing her task.

Thx for the logic puzzle.

Let me try to figure this out in my head.

There are two answers!

The theoretical answer:

Ok so yes when the minute is over the manager is done checking rooms.

If you have to divide by 2 each time you check a room, doing at half the speed of the other than you would evenutally get to an incredibly small amount of time, an infinite one. It is possible to get an infinite task done in a less than infinite amount of time because all units of time are infinite. If keep dividing the time needed by 2 you will eventually get to the point where the problem you are doing is (∞/∞). Due to all laws of mathematics this is equal to the number 1. Some people say that if divide infinity by infinity you just get infinity. That is incorrect. First of all infinity is not a number so you canto divide it VIA THE LAWS OF MATH, you can however divide it using logic. To divide using logic, use your logic. Logic is what math is made up of. Math is a form of logic, and logic a form of math. So by using logic we go around the mathematical paradox of infinity and say that (∞/∞ = 1). This means in terms of Time the manager has 1, In terms of Rooms the manager has 1. If we do Work over Time (W/T). If the Work is equal to or less the Time than you can complete the Work in the set Time. In the Example above Time = 1, and Work = 1, so (W/T = 1/1) Meaning the manager would have enough time to complete checking all the rooms.

The Physical answer:

The physical answer is much much simpler than the one above. The physical answer is still yes but includes the laws of physics. Simply the less time there is the more time there is. I know that sounds insane but if the manager went slowly to an infinite place in time, we would quickly reach the spot where she is at or gone above the speed of light, therefore allowing her to continue to do her job while time is frozen. No the physical world would not be frozen in place. She would have an infinite amount of time to do her infinite job. At some point she would go so fast that the best conclusion to draw is that she would start reversing time itself. It is theoretically possible if you have enough mass from going above light speed. Because the time she is reversing is already frozen from before she would not travel back in time but reverse it while still getting all the infinite Work done. She would finish before she started which would put the equation at, (W/T = 1/0 = 1/1) therefor completing her task.

Thx for the logic puzzle.

0 ups, 1y,

infinity = 1

1 = 1

so The time = 1

and the amount = 1

1 = 1 is true

so yes.

Simpler?

1 = 1

so The time = 1

and the amount = 1

1 = 1 is true

so yes.

Simpler?

0 ups, 1y,

what the heck. im over here thinking i found an unanswerable question, and you just tthrow math at me. did you get a degree in math and confusotology?!¡

0 ups, 1y

I laughed for 3 minutes straight when i saw this comment.

Never mess with the 160 IQ kid.

Never mess with the 160 IQ kid.

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0 ups, 1y

u smort

1 up, 1y,

Yeah cool, but doesn't time age us? Don't people grow up and become old? What about that?

3 ups, 1y,

We age but why should that imply time.

If you froze all time somehow, despite what movies tell you, you would still age but no part of the 4D plane (Real time) would move. Bodily functions would continue to work and eventually fail. You know how they say time would slowdown if you fall into a black hole. They say you would experience time normally and a person outside the black hole would as well, but to the person outside, 1000 years would pass for the in the time of 1 second for you. Like I said, If you froze the 4th dimension you would experience 100 years while everyone else would experience literally no time passing. 0 to the infinite power time passing outside of your ¨ time bubble ¨. Time does not age us, we simply happen to age inside time (4th dimension).

If you froze all time somehow, despite what movies tell you, you would still age but no part of the 4D plane (Real time) would move. Bodily functions would continue to work and eventually fail. You know how they say time would slowdown if you fall into a black hole. They say you would experience time normally and a person outside the black hole would as well, but to the person outside, 1000 years would pass for the in the time of 1 second for you. Like I said, If you froze the 4th dimension you would experience 100 years while everyone else would experience literally no time passing. 0 to the infinite power time passing outside of your ¨ time bubble ¨. Time does not age us, we simply happen to age inside time (4th dimension).

3 ups, 1y

yep

The only thing that passes is the human concept of time.

Our experience or conceptual awareness on our concept of time passes but time does not.

The only thing that passes is the human concept of time.

Our experience or conceptual awareness on our concept of time passes but time does not.

3 ups, 1y

Like I said.

months years and centuries do go by,

But that is not time.

That is human experience.

months years and centuries do go by,

But that is not time.

That is human experience.

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You just described My Mind, Bro.

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1 up, 1y

Let me type it in for you.

NO ONE WILL ESCAPE THIS SH*T:

The time that you see on that clock is not time.

Hear me out.

The "time" that our clocks measure is not real time.

Time, as in the 4th dimension we don't know how to measure.

We as human beings move through time like a river it flows past us, or rather it floats us downstream

We don't measure anything, we simply count.

We have been counting since we started to measure "time" with our our sundial.

We divide time into seconds, minutes, days, weeks, months, years, and centuries. Thats not possible, you can't divide time. The only unit of time that actually exists is all the time that ever existed and will exist.

The time that we can feel is simply a human concept that we came up with to help us order our day correctly.

NO ONE WILL ESCAPE THIS SH*T:

The time that you see on that clock is not time.

Hear me out.

The "time" that our clocks measure is not real time.

Time, as in the 4th dimension we don't know how to measure.

We as human beings move through time like a river it flows past us, or rather it floats us downstream

We don't measure anything, we simply count.

We have been counting since we started to measure "time" with our our sundial.

We divide time into seconds, minutes, days, weeks, months, years, and centuries. Thats not possible, you can't divide time. The only unit of time that actually exists is all the time that ever existed and will exist.

The time that we can feel is simply a human concept that we came up with to help us order our day correctly.

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0 ups, 1y

https://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Planck_time#:~:text=Planck%20time%20is%20roughly%2010,equal%20to%20one%20Planck%20length.

I think that pretty much explain it.

I think that pretty much explain it.

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0 ups, 1y

Ngl thats cool

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0 ups, 1y

agreed

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Time dilation is the result of an alteration in the density of space affecting quantum wave collapse. Kozyrev asked, if time passes differently for things moving faster, then in a spinning object does time pass differently on the edges than it does at the center, or is the passage of time uniform across the object? Time is not something you move through. It is not another dimension. It is simply the passage of events.

0 ups, 1y

time is a social idea to mark when something begins and ends, however it doesn't really exist.

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0 ups, 1y

deep thoughts with the deep

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0 ups, 1y,

Most people think of time as a strict linear progression from cause to effect, when in reality it's like a big ball of wiggly wobbly, timey wimey stuff.

0 ups, 1y

True

But i just laughed so hard reading that sentence.

In my example used time as river because it does often work like that at a macro scale.

But i just laughed so hard reading that sentence.

In my example used time as river because it does often work like that at a macro scale.

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https://i.imgflip.com/7alm4a.jpg

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*visible confusion*

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THE TIME THAT YOU SEE ON THE CLOCK IS NOT TIME. HEAR ME OUT; THE "TIME" THAT OUR CLOCKS MEASURE IS NOT REAL TIME. TIME, AS IN THE 4TH DIMENSION WE HAVE NO CLUE HOW TO MEASURE. WE AS HUMAN BEINGS MOVE THROUGH TIME LIKE A RIVER IT FLOWS PAST US, OR RATHER IT FLOATS US DOWNSTREAM; WE DONT MEASURE ANYTHING, WE SIMPLY COUNT. WE HAVE BEEN COUNTING SINCE WE STARTED TO MEASURE "TIME " WITH OUR FIRST SUNDIAL. WE DIVIDE TIME INTO SECONDS, MINUTES, DAYS, WEEKS, MONTHS, YEARS, AND CENTURIES. THATS NOT POSSIBLE, YOU CAN'T DIVIDE TIME. THE ONLY UNIT OF TIME THAT ACTUALLY EXISTS IS ALL THE TIME THAT HAS EVER EXISTED AND WILL EXIST. THE TIME THAT WE CAN FEEL IS SIMPLY A HUMAN CONCEPT THAT WE CAME UP WITH TO HELP US ORDER OUR DAY CORRECTLY. WHAT OVERTHINKERS THINK ABOUT PART #1