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Re: Time-space?

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Posted by Human I. Scientist. on June 11, 1998 03:11:45 UTC

: 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

Time does have a set speed?

Speed is km/s. Speed is distance/time.

Distance is measured 'lenght' between point a to point b. Speed is that some 'thing' goes between these two points, a to b.

If this thing is in emptyness, where is not nothing, then if it has a speed, it stay same.

It need to 'something' to make this speed.

Time is km/s measuring unit, method to explain how 'fast' some thing goes between two points.

Light born at light source, and this light source is example lamp. If lamp is in the emptyness, it make light in it. And if it make light which can see two point. a=light source, b=eye, then there is speed. Fire make light. Lamp make light. Sun make light. What different are these sources. Temperature? Size? Material process? etc.

All are equal nice. All are, what we need.

Speed of time is a speed of light? Time cannot go, because time is only measuring unit, not exist being, like us, planets, or sun.

Well, we discussion, How material behave and how we can see it. But; Why it exist? hlhlhllhl. There is no material answer of that. Life is, and i like life.

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