Monday, February 27, 2017

Is time real?


According to general relativity, clocks and time can only be properly defined in the presence of matter. In other words, interaction is essential for change, which is time. It is not time that measures change, but change literally formulates time. Without interaction, time stands still. This means that time is a local phenomenon, but the global state of the cosmos is static, and called the 'Principle of static time.' The Principle mechanism of static time views entanglement as a clock system that allows one to perceive the evolution of the universe. Deprived of such clock system, outside observers would find the universe static and unchanging. Therefore, time is the privilege of inside participants. Interaction would necessarily evolve toward polar singularities. The existence of poles, called white and black holes, also appears as the consequence of Einstein’s field equations.

Black holes is a natural choice for an information saturated pole of the cosmos. Black holes have been identified indirectly by observing their gravitational effects, but as of today, the contrasting pole has not been found. Einstein's equation hint of the existence of white holes, hypothetical regions with negative-curving, bulging topology, which deflect incoming energy, even light. Thus they are the source of illusory light rays; a fact reflected in their name and which would pose a great challenge to their discovery.

So time or age expresses our topological 'distance' from the white holes (located within cosmic voids). Therefore time is information accumulation that manifest as topological distance from the big bang. Therefore, significant time travel is impossible for biological systems, but possible for material objects. You can find more detailed information in my book, The science of consciousness, or manuscript, Consciousness, a Cosmic Phenomenon.

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