Time and motion are inseperable.bahman wrote: ↑Tue Oct 15, 2019 12:03 pmI don't think so.
You are describing motion in here.Eodnhoj7 wrote: ↑Mon Oct 14, 2019 7:22 pm One part moves through another part.
The spin of electrons, as moving, is given direction by the fact the atom is also moving.
The electron/atom is in one position, then another position then another position.
Each position is a replication of the electron/atom into a new state. One position to many.
Each new position is a projection away from the old, thus is directional.
Time as the relation of parts, with one part changing into multiple parts is represent by the electron/atom replicating from one position to another...one position to many, with each new position directed away from the old.
Time is a relation of parts. The movement of one hand to another on a clock, or the back and forth rhythmic movement of a pendulum on a clock is one example.
Cesium, used in atomic clocks, has a frequency of over 9 billion hz (cycles per second). These cycles per second observe movement.
Time is the relation parts, how many times a phenomena repeats within a given context, with this context existing as a relative set of parts to something else.
Even subjectively, time changes according to reference points. If you watch a boxer on television his movements seem fast as you compare them to the surrounding environment. However from the position of the boxer blocking the punches they seem slower as he is using the movements of the boxers bodies to see how these punches will be thrown ahead of time so they appear slower.
The reference point of measurement determines time.