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Revelations On Why Dr. Dick Right On Proper Time?

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Posted by Alan on August 9, 2002 07:12:39 UTC

Hi Aurino, Dr. Dick and co.:

Thoughts on entropy and Dr. Dick's geometry of proper time:


tendency to "disorder" (or "order" some may say)

tendency over time to disorder

Look at this:

"Time": you walk the length of a street, so a distance.

The hand of the clock moved so-far during this:

so a reference-distance.

The hand-of-the-clock rotated about a fixed point COMMON to whatever distance the perimeter distance of clock-hand-travel was:
so a self-referent distance (of zero).

An alternative clock is a pendulum: the self--referent distance is because the pendulum travels back along its own path.

Now, if the clock is your wristwatch: it gets tricky. If it was far away; you would have to measure how far away it was from each end of its own distance its hand travelled. Its self-referent distance will be encoded as a constant.
(That is, only YOUR WALK changed the distance you were from start to finish, from the clock's center-of-rotation. Constant: length of your walk. But the clock-hand movement changed as well, when you look at the distance from each end of your walk to the clock-hand-tip).

So time: distance per self-referent distance.

Now if you carry the clock, you have collapsed its center (of-rotation) distance from each end of your walk to zero; you have made the self-reference of the clock simultaneous with the length of your walk.

The length of your walk has become the clock's center; you have erased the "proper time" aspect by making YOUR WALK the proper path itself!

So Dr. Dick is right: clock's measure proper time; they describe a proper path of uniqueness when in the same reference frame as the observer!

The sum of all the distances of "you to the clock" have become a sum of zeroes when the clock comes with you. So the proper time becomes the actual path you walked!

It is hidden, because it is a sum of zeroes.
When proper time is collapsed like this, they call it "time".


The proper time IS the distance?

Back to entropy:

Since "time" is "distance per self-referent distance:

you can use Chess game-strategies to find entropy
concept clarification?

Two Chess players: each has a game-plan that maps hoped-for move sequences several moves ahead say.

As the game progresses, the original set of possible alternative combinations in a Chess player's game-plan may disintegrate into....disorder!

As a word in a dictionary has its meaning tracked through layer after layer of other words; it disintegrates into many tiny bits of meaning?

A static object's non-interaction status thus breaks down in time (over interaction)?

A "living object" continues unbroken, as it continually recreates a standing wave of constancy (or even a growing pattern) when bouncing through a sea of new defining experiences?

Speed: distance per time

So: distance per self-referent reference distance

When you walked the length of the street with your wristwatch: your speed was your distance per self-referent reference distance.

The self-referent distance was your actual distance?

So your speed was your distance per itself as a reference distance?

So your speed was a path of self-reference?

So all speeds are paths of self-reference; of consciousness?

So when you add speeds you get differences in self-reference?

But when you add light speeds, you use light as your measure; so you get your light-self-reference back again? As a constant speed of light? From adding self-referent light speed to self-referent light-speed to get self-referent light speed; as no difference in self-reference?


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