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Posted by Michael Vigeant/">Michael Vigeant on June 9, 1998 11:17:16 UTC
: We believe that space is Time-space.
Don't make it more complex than it is, time does have a set speed and it is one sonstent speed and the speed of time is the speed of light
: I understand that in earth we can measure time, and we have make
: time-measuring unit, through earth rotation, by itself and round sun.
: Basic is earth.
: What is time?
: Time is measuring unit, about that;
: Something move point to point some time, when this something has speed.
: If something has constant speed, it has endless motion.
: Speed is time/distance, si-units, km/seconds.
: If something has speed, like car, 100km/s, it has constant speed, and it can go
: endless. How car get this speed? Without energy, what happen that speed?
: We can say, Time-space.
: What it really mean?
: I look at space,stars, between stars. I see place,called space ,where is not walls.
: I see long distances between stars.
: Do light has energy itself?
: Does it need to join other material, like earth has?
: When i look light at near, like near moon, i dont see it. It is see-through.
: But at moon, i can see, sun-light mirror it.
: If i sitt at room, and lamp is on.
: I can see-through this light, my room furnitures.
: When i look at lamp, i can see source of light.
: When i turn lamp off, room is black.
: Still i can feel my touch, that there is furnitures.
: I can feel lamp, source of light. Source of light.
: Sun and my room lamp are both, light source.
: I dont need time to understand that.
: I dont need to mathematics to understand that.
: But; When i use both, and dont think what i see, i dont then understant it.
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