Forces are Now or Never

I’m disappointed when people think atomic clocks in space or airplanes prove that “time moves” or “we move through time.” This mythical belief with no evidence and massively invalidated by commonly available evidence is more common in modern times than in Shamanistic cultures of 5,000 BC.

Affirming the Consequent is the fallacy of thinking, “if I move through time, our clocks will get out of sync; our clocks are out of sync. Therefore, it’s PROVEN that one of us is moving through time faster.” If you think that’s proof, think again. Twigs breaking in the forest do not prove Snuffleupagus just because he might break twigs while walking.

Another issue is people assume “super accurate” clocks are authoritative. However, in practice, if something like air pressure affects your highly sensitive clock’s motion, it will be HIGHLY distorted by that effect. In my experience, all clock inaccuracies are traced to forces affecting their motion/action. Many forces affect clocks’ actions. Assuming clocks get out of sync because time shifts is quite the imaginative leap, but it’s also irrational

Time is an analytical measurement (a quantitative ordinal number, not a place you can travel to.) We’re just dividing the motion of one object into another. We don’t observe “time.” We observe motion, and time is the unit of measure. We never “measure” time, but we measure motion and describe motion in terms of other familiar motions (earth rotations.) Maybe Earth rotations can (and do) change, and maybe the process you are measuring is changing rate, but “time” as a label for the measurement can’t bend. A time measurement is either in “per day rotations” exactly, or it’s some made up number. There’s no room for bending/fudging in scientific measurements.

There is no past or future; there is only One Present Moment. When you move, you are not a wiggly line from past to future that some machine is scanning over. You move because you are a “presence” and a force to be reckoned with. Thinking of yourself as on a conveyor belt through time detracts from the truth that you are the creator of your destiny.

What does a fledgling consciousness push against without the One Present Moment? How can anything be true motion if it’s not “here NOW” and then “there NOW?” Valid conscious action (force) couldn’t have any meaning in a “moving through time” scripted universe.

Out of sync clocks only proof that measurements are fallible. Outside influences affects their measurement. But variations of the measurement can never be caused the the measurement concept bending or stretching. We don’t measure time or space. They are abstractions we derive from measuring relative motion and distance.

Author: Dubh Sith

I'm an information warrior at Universal Principle. Part data engineer, scientist, and Shaman-Taoist-Panpshyco.

2 thoughts on “Forces are Now or Never”

  1. kernel of a well-founded theory followed by a cascade of irrelevant or ignorant ramblings. Wouldn’t be surprised to see references to Pierre-Marie Robitaille, or others, on this website that embrace crackpot theories inconsistent with empirical reality. I have no doubt this data scientist is competent in their line of work, but rather than going through the effort to understand relativity, they follow a more self-aggrandizing delusion to assert themselves as more knowledgeable. I mean, satellites for GPS commonly correct for relativity, but rather than acknowledge this rather simple, and calculable concept, the author essentially states that all clocks and systems of time measurement are too fallible to be used, while ignoring that the time variance between clocks, due to relativity, was first calculated before being empirically validated.

    1. Inconsistent is empirical reality?! Where’s the empirical experiment that shows Time is anything but a concept in your head? Zero. Time is 100% empirically consistent with with not existing at all – you have zero evidence to refute that.

      You say they correct GPS satellites for “relativity” but that is a perception. As pointed out in the article, they correct for deviations and the clocks which can occur for many empirically established reasons. To assume that it’s “time speeding up or slowing down” is to ignore the empirical reality that Time is a mathematical construct that doesn’t exist physically.

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