Shush now. I'm reading about why there is no such thing as #time.
@lydiaconwell I'm interested tell me more once you've learned what you're learning pls :)
@JACKSON You can read it here https://arxiv.org/pdf/0903.3832.pdf
So far it's about how time is a measure of change (ie. clocks) but clocks don't measure an objective time, but can only compared to another clock. There's nothing that proves an existence of time.
@lydiaconwell What about ageing? Mind you that's DECAY I guess. We just base our "clock" on the sun orbiting the Earth ..I guess as we revolve ..that's a "cycle" I think Stone Henge has more answers
@lydiaconwell Ok will read it thanks for the info Lydia :)
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