Classical Physics

   

Nature of Time

Authors: Nainan K. Varghese

Time is a functional entity, derived from fundamental property of basic 3D matter-particles (photons) to move at a constant linear seed with respect to surrounding universal medium. 3D matter has no ability to act or move. It is the surrounding (all-encompassing) universal medium, which moves basic 3D matter-particles at the highest possible linear speed. Unit of time is related to interval required by a photon to traverse definite extent of universal medium in space. Relating various activities about 3D matter-bodies to time helps us to rationalise in terms of cause and effect relations. Due to its lack of physical form, time can neither expand nor contract nor flow in any direction.

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