Classical Physics


On the Nature of Time

Authors: Marc Kießling

This paper describes the coherence of time, velocity and covered distance. Contrary to believe, time is not a universal property of nature but an interpretation of motion. If we observe an object 1, we can determine its velocity by putting its covered distance in relation to the covered distance of an object 2. In this case the covered distance s 2 of an object 2 equals the required time of object 2. This means that , if 2 covered distances are putt in relation, we can interpret their value as velocity of one of these objects and the covered distance in the denominator as time (s2=t). Therefore we get the equation: v1= s1/s2.

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[v1] 2019-12-05 09:28:35

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