Relativity and Cosmology

   

Time... is What Allows Things to Happen in Sequence But Keeps Everything from Happening at Once

Authors: Michael J Savins

The second law of thermodynamics is an expression of the universal principle of decay observable in nature. Time is a measure by which things happen, the yardstick of causality and is a fundamental property of the universe. We can deduce from E = mc2 it is mass that gives an arrow to time and energy that gives it a rate of flow. Flexi-time is the square root of the energy of the universe divided by its mass (matter less antimatter). As mass is responsible for gravity, it can be re written as flexi-time is the square root of the energy of the universe divided by its gravity. The speed of light in a vacuum without the influence of gravity is infinite. In the real universe, gravity 'slows' the photons down. It is this 'slowing' down of photons by gravity that we call time. Time is the notches on the yardstick of entropy. Gravity is a manifestation of the universe trying to reach its ground state.

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[v1] 21 Apr 2011
[v2] 1 May 2011
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