Note that using post #952, we can translate the statement "We can define time in several ways, but its nature is only one: magnitive." into plain English. "We can define time in several ways, but its nature is only one: imperceptible and with a greatness of size or amount (existing independently of perception or an individual's conceptions), but measurable." In other words, it's a scalar or field or something similar. Which is of cause true, but says nothing. Heck, mass, electric charge, and length also meet that requirement! Just about every parameter in any physical model meets those requirements. Conclusion: the statement is true, yet valueless.