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A Problem of Time – The Mechanics of Motion

 A Problem of Time - The Mechanics of Motion

What is time? Does time travel work? How do we define time? It’s complicated because of our personal experience with time. We can feel motion when we take a breath and hear our heart beating. There is movement, and we can measure the rate of our motion by counting one, two, three and so on. How fast am I breathing, and how long does it take me to walk to the street? 

We have our sense of motion, and this kind of biological motion makes it difficult to define what time is. 

We live with the movements that are personal to us, and we follow the impersonal time of a clock. 

Our mind lets us know what the “time” on the clock means. However, maybe we don’t understand how time works or what the word “time” means.

One Day of Earth Time 

To keep track of our life, we needed a way to know what day it is and what “time” of the day. Scientists must measure energy and motion, so they invented the clock. 

A clock or other instrument is a measuring tool.  

But how many people realize that a clock doesn’t measure time? I know it sounds weird, but a clock’s ticking is synchronized to measure the motion of our planet. 

A day is the duration of one rotation of Earth and is equivalent to a number of ticks on a clock. 

One tick is called one second, and It takes 86,400 ticks for the Earth to move around on its axis each day. 

Then all motion and duration of events are measured by the number of seconds (ticks) of Earth time. 

For instance, the speed of light moves 3 x 10*8 meters in one second of Earth time.

One second is the duration of motion (measured as “time”) that it takes the Earth to move 1/86,400th of a rotation. 

We have invented the word time to mean a rate of motion or the position of Earth’s motion at this moment. 

The motion of Earth in one day was divided into 86,400 units.

When you ask, what time is it, the clock shows you a number that corresponds to a position of the planet at your specific location.

So time is a human-made invention of numbers that relate to the motion of our planet. 

That doesn’t sound at all like your personal time, does it? 

We have learned to synchronize our biological time with the clock's time, (which is the position of Earth’s rotation), as the time of day. 

When you travel halfway around the world, you experience jet lag, and your personal time gets mixed up.

Measuring Motion

Time is a measurement of motion, and it’s translated from a clock to our brain. 

An hourglass is an excellent tool that shows how the motion of an object is related to time.

If we are locked in a dark space without a clock we don’t know the time of day. 

If we find a clock in that space, we still don’t know what day it is, and the numbers on the clock don’t mean anything if we don’t know that the clock is accurate. 

We need more than a clock ticking to tell us the time of day. 

If a clock says 12:00 and the Sun is overhead, we can easily guess that it’s noontime. That explains why you’re feeling hungry.

Thus, a clock ticks 86,400 times per day but it must be accurate and synchronized with the motion of our planet before the numbers on the clock mean anything. 

When the clock is correct, we know the time of day. But we don’t know what makes the Earth move. 

Measuring the Motion of an Atom 

An accurate atomic clock measures the motion of the planet indirectly by measuring the motion of a cesium-133 atom. 

When the cesium atom has completed 9,192,631,770 oscillations, it represents one tick or one second of the 86,400 seconds in one day. 

An atomic clock doesn’t measure time, it still measures the motion of an atom and one second represents 1/86,400th of the rotational motion of Earth. 

For example, when we measure the force of gravity, we don’t know where that force comes from. 

Similarly, when we measure the speed of Earth’s rotation, we don’t know where the force of motion comes from, it just exists, and we measure its movement.

The measure of motion on a clock is a number that tells you the “time” of day. 

We measure the motion of a cesium-133 atom during 1/86,400th (one second) of Earth’s speed of rotation to know that one second of motion has happened.

I know this definition is lame, so we have learned to “think” that a clock’s reading is a real measure of time. 

Time Dilation 

Time is not a property of matter, but matter has a feature of time called its rate of frequency, which is a type of motion.  

Time dilation happens when a clock is experiencing more or less force of gravity than an identical reference clock. 

A gravitational force will cause a clock to show more or less time than the reference clock. 

The GPS system has 24 satellites orbiting Earth, and Relativity or time dilation adjustments are performed daily to compensate for the time difference from the clocks on Earth. 

The difference in the motion causes the satellite time to go slower by 7 microseconds daily, and due to the smaller gravitational force in space, the satellite time goes faster by 45 microseconds. 

Therefore each satellite's time is adjusted to go slower by 38 microseconds daily for each satellite. 

The frequency of atoms (cesium-133) can change when any clock is subject to extra speed or a change in the force of gravity. 

The change of frequency in a clock’s atoms only changes the clock’s “time” but not the motion of a satellite or the motion of Earth. 

The environment on Earth gives us our meaning of time because of the mass, gravity and speed of Earth that combine into a single force of motion that we measure as “time.”

When a person is on top of a mountain, his environment will show a different “time.” 

If a spaceship experiences a force of gravity so strong that it almost stops the ship’s atomic clock, then there are other side effects of gravitational force. 

We haven’t experienced intense gravitational G-forces to know the effects of substantial time dilation. But, we have seen the impact on the faces of astronauts as they blast-off into the atmosphere. 

I suspect that the spaceship captain will experience a massive amount of force that would slow his body functions and result in his death. 

In my opinion, this is the reason we can’t travel near the speed of light and why time travel is impossible. 

Measuring Time With Motion 

Quantum vibrations and fluctuations take place in unbelievable small amounts of time. Atomic clocks accomplish the measurement of such short vibrations. 

All baryonic matter is made of quarks, gluons and electrons.

Gluons use the strong nuclear force to hold quarks together and make protons and neutrons. 

The gluon force is kind of like a spring attached between two quarks. A stable hydrogen atom is made when protons attract electrons.

 During molecular vibration, this spring keeps a constant force binding the quarks together.  

The force of the spring analogy explains how it seems to work. If you try to separate the quarks and the gluons, the spring becomes stronger and prevents them from pulling apart.

Atomic clocks measure the vibration of the cesium-133 atom, but any extra force of gravity will cause the gluon to work harder and slow down the vibration of atoms. 

The truth is that light and matter (energy) vibrate at a frequency and wavelength to have motion.

This movement of energy came to the big bang event from another realm into our 3rd dimension, and matter will move according to the surrounding force of gravity.

We are so familiar with our experience of motion that we believe in the reality of time. 

We have even called time the 4th dimension. But motion is how all the laws of science work, nothing stands still. 

We must look beyond “time” for the cause of motion.

This is My Theory 

The quantum quark-gluon fluctuations in atoms will change in the presence of other external energies. 

The force of gravity acts upon the motion of quantum fluctuations inside matter, slowing down the vibration of quarks by adding more mass in the form of energy.

Therefore, the time that a clock shows will vary by the amount of gravitational force and the measurement of the clock contains the amount of time dilation.

Consider that time is only a measurement of the energy of motion, and that time is not the motion itself. 

We don’t know what causes the movement of energy, but we have thought that time is a real thing or real energy. 

The force of gravity makes clocks tick faster or slower, but the real energy of motion isn’t time. Where does this energy of motion come from? 

Can you imagine that time is how we measure the energy of motion, but time isn’t the energy? 

In the same way, we measure gravity, but a measurement of gravity isn’t the force that causes gravity. 

Time dilation is only a number shown on the atomic clock, and time is not the cause of motion. The measurement of motion is not the energy of motion that causes movement. 

That means that the amount of time dilation does not change the amount of motion or distance traveled. 

The measurement of “time” due to the force of gravity changes the clock’s ticking. 

Picture an astronaut blasting off into space and experiencing time dilation, but it’s not slowing down the rocket’s speed. 

However, the force of gravity affects all the atoms in matter, so there is a more significant effect than just time dilation. 

Time is Relative 

We use the word Time in three different ways. When we look at a clock, we take note of this moment of “time” called the present time.

When we measure how long a motion takes the duration or rate of motion is the “time.” For example, a person ran 100 meters in 10 seconds.

If we talk about a past event or a future appointment, we use a calendar as a tool to keep track of events that are beyond the present moment.

If we travel to a different planet, Earth time won’t make sense, and any tool that shows “time” will become inaccurate because the gravity is different. 

Time is relative to your location because the accuracy of a clock depends on the force of gravity that it's experiencing. 

My new theory has nothing to do with Einstein’s geometrical theory of Spacetime. 

I am postulating that the force of gravity causes time dilation and that a clock’s “time” changes whenever a different force of gravity is present.

However, the energy of motion and gravity in the universe is the real power moving the world.

Time is only a measurement of motion using a clock, and a different force of gravity will change the clock’s reading. 

We are confused by the passing of “time” versus the clock’s time. Time on a clock is only a human invention based on the motion of Earth. 

The passing of “time” (motion) in the universe is caused by universal forces and is separate from Earth’s time. 

The Motion of the Universe 

The universe is expanding and accelerating its motion. With this energy of motion, “time” is also accelerating (moving faster). 

Perhaps, the motion of Earth and our solar system is also moving faster with this acceleration? 

Does Earth’s time show that we are moving faster and experiencing a shorter day?

Measuring the motion of movement (time) doesn’t tell us what causes the motion. What makes matter  (energy) move? 

My new idea is that each energy-level (dimension of space) has a specific energy of motion. What, wait for a second, what if quantum gravity creates the motion of energy?

A clock is our way of measuring motion, but what is the motion itself, and what makes the motion move? What force made the Earth rotate and orbit the Sun?

Since we don’t know what causes motion, we can only measure it. But the measure of a clock’s time changes with the force of gravity. 

If no force of gravity exists, then the motion of electrons moves with the energy-level (of each dimension) of space.  Then this motion is transferred to the speed of photons. 

Since electrons create light, that means electrons are the source of motion that makes light move at a certain speed. 

If the frequency of matter increases, then the electrons will also travel faster, and the speed of light will be faster. 

Faster Time in Higher Dimensions

Older people have all experienced that “time” seems to go by faster. 

What if motion in the universe moves at different speeds, and the energy of motion is due to the frequency of energy in each energy-level (dimension)?  

How does energy move into higher frequency dimensions? Namely, how does one dimension (energy-level)move into another dimension (energy-level?) 

Think of the reverse of the Big bang event when energy stepped down from source into our lower energy levels. 

The universe is expanding, and this energy is moving back to its source. 

Moving into the 4th dimension could be why the Schumann resonance is increasing and causing symptoms as we react to these new energies? 

Even the new COVID-19 virus might be the result of this new energy? 

What about global warming and climate change? Have you noticed that time seems to move faster?

One symptom of the movement is that the Schumann resonance, which is the vibration of 7.83 Hz known as the heartbeat of Gaia (Mother Earth), is increasing. 

When this vibration increases dramatically, it could be that our solar system passes into higher frequencies of the universe. 

These energy spikes can cause headaches and insomnia as we move into new energies.

As we enter a new frequency, we are slowly adjusting our biological body to be in tune with mother Earth in the 4th dimension. 

However, how does the frequency of being in the 4th dimension change the physics of universal laws? 

Does time move faster? Does the speed of light go faster? How can it make sense? 

Can Time move Faster 

Let me say it again, a clock on Earth is made to tick at the rate of the motion of our planet.

We know time as the reading on a clock, but the clock’s time is a number that doesn’t tell us anything about the energy that causes the Earth to spin and orbit the Sun. 

Imagine if the motion of Earth and its orbit around the Sun was faster? 

How can we tell that the motion of the universe is moving faster? Does it seem that time (motion) is moving more quickly? Maybe we don’t know? 

I’m working on a theory that time and the motion of Earth are moving faster, just like the acceleration of the universe is moving faster. 

If the Earth spins faster, we still see the days going by just like we usually do, and it always takes 365 of the shorter days to orbit the sun. 

Time seems to move faster, but how can we tell?

I’m going to leave you with this cliffhanger of a question and work on my mathematical proof that time is moving faster. 

In the meantime, try to think about time differently as a motion that is moving at an increasing rate.

Thanks for your Time and share this with your friends. Until next Time be well and visit my website for the Free Black Hole Report https://lovinthings.com/

About the Author Erik Lovin

Erik has a BSc degree and is a retired professional photographer who is now a published Author of many books. His passion is understanding how life and the universe works. He is currently blogging about the science of the Big Bang and the science of cosmology. Erik is helping his tribe with questions about the universe. His goal is to help find a theory of everything (TOE). In order to do that, he is trying to prove light has mass and that the fabric of spacetime is a false theory. We are welcoming questions and answers that you might have about the universe.

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