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Is Time an Illusion?

Is Time an Illusion?

 You might say time isn't an illusion because you see the time on clocks. However, the time on clocks doesn't do anything and has no real power whatsoever. 

A clock is a tool with a visual display moving at the same rate as the Earth rotates, ticking 86,400 times daily. 

Each tick is called a second, corresponding to a fraction of Earth’s daily rotation. The incredible thing about clocks is that the ticks transform into time. 

Every 60 seconds tick into one minute, and 60 minutes of ticking adds up to one hour, and 24 hours becomes one day. 

The illusion is that clocks show us numbers, and we learn to translate the numbers into time. 

Clocks just keep ticking and do nothing else, but we give power to the numbers by calling them the time. 

We use the numbers as if they can control what we do--and they do. 

The illusion of time manifests into having the power to control our lives, and we do everything depending on the numbers a clock shows. 

There's no doubt about it. Time controls your life. 

Everyone has a personal relationship with time, so we need to understand time and how to handle it. 

You can't heal your pain and solve your worries using time alone. Eventually, you get older, and you regret the mistakes you made in life. 

I spent three years researching the subject of "time" for my book Einstein: Misled By Time, and then I discovered the definition and Science of Time. 

During my research, I found that Einstein used time the wrong way. If I'm correct, that means Einstein's relativity is incorrect. 

I'm just dealing with the pain and journey of life like everyone else, but the time in your life should be full of pleasure instead of pain. 

The information in this book isn't just about time. It's life-changing. 

You will learn the secrets that keep us in the dark and find solutions to your issues with time that can bring you back to the time of your life. 

I'm offering you my ebook for Free.

This book has many examples of how we have been thinking wrongly about time. 

In a few days, I'm publishing my book dealing with our relationship with time. I hope you get a free copy during the promotion, so watch for my emails.

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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 work. He is currently blogging about the science of the Big Bang and science in your life. 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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