An Explanation of the ARROW of TIME

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  1. Asexperia Registered Senior Member

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    THE CONSTITUTION OF THINGS

    NATURE may be material and concrete on the one hand and ideal and abstract on the other one. The nature of the water is H2O, the nature of the light are electromagnetic waves, the nature of a television are electronic circuits accompanied by a screen. They are some examples of material nature.

    The nature of numbers is to express a certain amount, the nature of goodness is to do good, the nature of justice is to give everyone what they deserve. They are examples of ideal nature. All values ​​are ideal nature.

    Time is a DUALITY, has two natures: the becoming and a mnemonic illusion. As the becoming is very elusive, in our minds only remains a mnemonic ilusion of it. Despite these latest ideas, B-T duality (becoming-time) remains the conceptual representation of TIME. B-T Duality is a theory of time.
     
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  3. quantum_wave Contemplating the "as yet" unknown Valued Senior Member

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    If I think about it, and consider mnemonic as being related to assisting the memory, then your phrase "mnemonic illusion" might mean that the perception of time is enabled by the ability of our brains to perceive the passing of time, but in fact that is an illusion. Are you saying that the becoming-time is different from the concept of time passing?
     
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    Q-W, the flow of the becoming originates the mnemonic illusion (the apparent direction of time). I will refer later to that.

    PERCEPTION AND APPERCEPTION OF TIME

    ""Apperception (from the Latin, ad-: "to, toward" and percipere: "to perceive, gain, secure, learn, or feel") is any of several aspects of perception and consciousness in such fields as psychology, philosophy and epistemology.

    In psychology, apperception is "the process by which new experience is assimilated to and transformed by the residuum of past experience of an individual to form a new whole." In short, it is to perceive new experience in relation to past experience. The term is found in the early psychologies of Herbert Spencer, Hermann Lotze, and Wilhelm Wundt. It originally means passing the threshold into consciousness, i.e., to perceive. But the percept is changed when reaching consciousness due to the contextual presence of the other stuff already there, thus it is not perceived but apperceived.

    The term originates with Descartes in the form of the word apercevoir in his book Traité des passions. Leibniz introduced the concept of apperception into the more technical philosophical tradition, in his work Principes de la nature fondés en raison et de la grâce; although he used the word practically in the sense of the modern attention, by which an object is apprehended as "not-self" and yet in relation to the self.

    In epistemology, apperception is "the introspective or reflective apprehension by the mind of its own inner states.""

    From wikipedia

    We perceive the material nature of time (becoming) and we apperceive its ideal or subjective nature (mnemonic illusion). In this apperception they distinguish past, present and future that make the apparent timeline (direction), and differentiate also (by intuition) time units with their multiples and submultiples.

    In watches we perceive a becoming of periodic uniform rhythm that later we apperceive as time units.

    Physics describes the becoming (movements), Psychology describes the perception and illusions and Philochrony describes the becoming-time duality.
     
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    SOLUTION TO THE ENIGMA OF THE ARROW OF TIME

    The memories are in the past, and those are only in our minds.

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    THE TIME VECTOR

    As It is known to all, a vector is composed of a direction, module and sense. The direction is the orientation that the vector has, which is the same as the line where is founded, the module is its length and the sense is the place at which the vector points at.

    By its nature (dual) the vector time only has module and sense because the direction is the product of an illusion. The sense is before-after or B>A and the module is the measure of the interval. So the time vector is represented as: B>A:t. "t" is the value of the interval in any unit and the ">" is the sense. Thus exposed, the time vector is not visual or geometric, but apperceptible and intuited.
     
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    THE TRANSCHRONY

    The term transchrony we use it for the first time on February 11, 2006, and did ​​reference to a system that represented graphically the characteristics of time and intervals.

    The transchrony is the name of the apparent direction of time from past to future (P-F). All phenomena and intervals are included within the transchrony. After adding this item to the vector of time we have: P(B>A:t)F. In this formula we find the direction, the sense and the vector time module (t). The vector of time is not geometric, but philochronic.

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  10. quantum_wave Contemplating the "as yet" unknown Valued Senior Member

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    My hobby is layman hypothesizing about cosmology, and any concepts that define and categorize time are of interest. It seems as though what you are saying is in accord with my concept that time simply passes, and that there is an infinite continuum of "nows". Intelligent living beings have the mental capacity to remember the past, and we use that memory when it comes to our personal day to day description and use of the concept of time. But the point you make about it being philochronic vs. geometric appeals to me. What was "philochronic" again, lol.
     
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    Thanks Q-W for your comments.

    With philochronic I mean the conception of time in two natures: one material (becoming) and one subjective (mnemonic illusion).
     
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    Can you compare and differentiate that from my so called continuum of "nows"?
     
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    In the message #83 of the thread Reference frames according to Philochroiny I had written:

    http://www.sciforums.com/showthread...-Philochrony&p=3050647&viewfull=1#post3050647

    THE NATURAL PARADOX OF TIME

    The displacement is defined as the change of place or position relative to a spatial reference point. This displacement may be linear (1D) and curved (2D). The becoming or universal movement is the continuous change of some characteristic or property that bodies and phenomena experience in relation to a beginning or origin. The sound of a song is a displacement (spatial movement) that has a beginning, continuity or several nows and an end (becoming). Similarly a moving body in space presents a becoming.

    All the phenomena of nature, society and mind have a becoming. Time is the extension and measurement of becoming. Time = becoming (a-b). "a" is the initial reference moment (IRM) of the interval a-b.

    The grandfather paradox (time travel) and the twin paradox are science fiction. The natural paradox of time suggests that continuity = several nows. It's a paradox because there is only one real now connected to other nows that were real.
     
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    THE VECTOR OF TIME SHOWED IN A CLEPSYDRA

    Published on May 7, 2013

    This is another video of the series about Philocrhony (Filocronia). This video shows the composition of the vector of time: past-future direction (transchrony), module (t) and sense (before-after).

    Category: Science & Technology
    License: Standard YouTube License

    [video=youtube;KjtqHEwCrtQ]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KjtqHEwCrtQ[/video]
     
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    ILLUSIONS OF SPACE AND TIME

    ILLUSION OF DEPTH: CUBE (3D)

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    ILLUSION OF THE FOURTH DIMENSION: TESSERACT (4D)

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    ILLUSION OF THE DIRECTION OF TIME: CLEPSYDRA TIMER (1D)

    BEFORE (PAST)

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    AFTER (FUTURE)

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    WHAT IS THE PSEUDOSPACE?

    The pseudospace consists of those theoretical or artificial structures which have some similarity to ordinary space.

    The pseudospace is constituted by the cyberspace, the relative concept of space-time and the transchrony. I only refer to the space-time and not to the whole Theory of relativity.

    "Cyberspace is a word that began in science fiction literature in the 1980s, was quickly and widely adopted by computer professionals as well as hobbyists, and became a household term in the 1990s. During this period, the uses of the internet, networking, and digital communication were all growing dramatically and the term "cyberspace" was able to represent the many new ideas and phenomena that were emerging."
     
  17. quantum_wave Contemplating the "as yet" unknown Valued Senior Member

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    Reading carefully and trying to put myself in the same frame of mind from which you composed that response, I get it and I agree. Several nows, and by that we might establish a duration between events, is the same concept that I call the continuum of nows. Any point in time can be associated with a becoming, that becoming occurs at a given "now" on the continuum, and the "several nows" is the duration between the becoming and some event tagged to the becomming, like an ending or a change in momentum, etc., if I'm not mistaken.
     
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    Q-W, you're absolutely right.

    TIME SYNDROME

    The symptoms of the time syndrome or "aphilochrony" are:

    1 - The belief in an immortal soul.
    2 - The belief in an eternal life after death.
    3 - The belief in reincarnation.
    4 - Have the feeling of immortality in life.
    5 - Try to do several things at once.
    6 - The dream of time travel.
    7 - Do not understand the becoming-time duality.

    And besides ...

    THE POSSIBILITY TO PERCEIVE TIME

    Someone has said (in Spanish):
    "Time is the comparison of processes of change. If the universe had a single watch would not have time."

    To perceive time is necessary to compare two events that have a simultaneous start. Eg.: we understand when is 15 hours (3:00 PM) because we have compared the movement of the hands with the midday sun. The becoming-time duality meet what we have proposed here: the comparison of two processes of change.
     
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    THE DASEIN IN THE PHILOCHRONY 1

    "Dasein (German pronunciation: [ˈdaːzaɪn]) is a German word which literally means being there (German: da - there; sein - being) often translated in English with the word "existence". It is a fundamental concept in the existential philosophy of Martin Heidegger particularly in his magnum opus Being and Time. Heidegger uses the expression Dasein to refer to the experience of "being" that is peculiar to human beings. Thus it is a form of being that is aware of and must confront such issues as personhood, mortality and the dilemma or paradox of living in relationship with other humans while being ultimately alone with oneself."

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