Re: What is TIME exactly?
Thats a most excellent question.
The rate of change in time appears to be constant (to me).
Remember that we are talking about the potential energy of mass and time and the relationship between the two values.
Just as the amount of energy within mass remains constant, I would submit that the amount of energy represented by the rate of change in Time remains constant - supporting my theory that M = Delta T in energy terms.
Hope that makes sense.
Again a most excellent question.
This has got those cogs working in your brain hasn't it? - Sitting here I can almost see them whirring along - to me that's a beautiful thing - to see someone thinking (and hopefully learning something new)!
Madness takes its toll - please have exact change handy!
The primary manifestation of Time is Change
Ee does NOT equal Em Cee Squared!
M = Δ T