# Elvis Sibilia's Philochrony theory of everything

#### Asexperia

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This thread is intended to keep discussion of Elvis Sibilia's personal theory in one thread. He calls this theory "
Philochrony".

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TYPES OF DURATION: THE PARALLELOCHRON

DURATION
1- is the permanence of objects as beings between a start and an end or between a start and now. It is age.

2- is the permanence of objects in a certain physical state or situation.

3 - is the continuous and irreversible occurrence of changes experienced by objects between an interval.
3a- Irregular or variable rhythm.
3b- Regular rhythm (uniform and periodic). It's time.

The character of time is monotonous, stable, punctual and precise.

In the parallelochron, we study time as we study Earth on a map or a globe.

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The parallelochron unifies in a single scheme the duration of beings and phenomena with time.

Elvis Sibilia is Asexperia.

Why is everything struckthrough in your diagram?
Have you changed your mind about the labels? Should we wait for the update?

Why is everything struckthrough in your diagram?

It must be a problem with the mouse.

Question: Have you changed your mind about the labels?

What labels?

why is this a theory of everything? I am confused.
As far as i can tell, you are saying that time is time and time goes by.....
Can you make this more clear how time relates to matter, particles, dark matther, gravity, etc?

Is this more of a unified definition of what time is? For literal purposes?

why is this a theory of everything? I am confused.
As far as i can tell, you are saying that time is time and time goes by.....
Can you make this more clear how time relates to matter, particles, dark matther, gravity, etc?

Is this more of a unified definition of what time is? For literal purposes?

I am surprised for the opening of this thread.
But, all beings and all phenomena have a duration. Time is the measurement of duration.

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I am surprised for the opening of this thread.
But, all beings and all phenomena have a duration. Time is the measurement of duration.
Agree

It must be a problem with the mouse.

Question: Have you changed your mind about the labels?

What labels?
The labels in your diagram: T̶h̶e̶ ̶p̶a̶r̶a̶l̶l̶e̶l̶o̶c̶h̶r̶o̶n̶,̶ ̶I̶r̶r̶e̶g̶u̶l̶a̶r̶,̶ ̶r̶e̶g̶u̶l̶a̶r̶,̶ ̶s̶t̶a̶r̶t̶ ̶e̶n̶d̶,̶ ̶e̶t̶c̶ are all crossed out, indicating they're wrong and you plan to change them.
We should probably wait for an updated diagram.

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So, this parallelochron defines the direction of progression of ... a song.
i.e. songs do not travel backward or sideways ... but forward in time...

Seems to have a pretty narrow application - and a redundant one, since we already know which direction songs progress.

Also, whats the regular and irregular part?

Also, what's the parallelochron part?

Also, whats the regular and irregular part?

The regular part has uniform rhythm and the irregular part has variable rhythm.

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Also, what's the parallelochron part?

The Parallelochron relates the irregular duration with the regular duration (time).

PARALLELOGRAM VS PARALLELOCHRON

A parallelogram is a quadrilateral whose pairs of opposite sides are equal and parallel two to two. Parallelograms are square, rhombus, rectangle and rhomboid. Parallelogram is a figure of space and parallelochron is a figure of change or occurrence of phenomena.

Parallelochron is a figure that has one arrow at one end and has two equal parallel longitudinal sides. On the left side duration begins and on the right side duration continues (arrow). One of the longitudinal sides represents the duration of irregular rhythm and the other longitudinal side represents the duration of regular rhythm (time).

Asexperia said: (From post #2287 of the thread Does time exist ?
"Time is a movement or change of sequential moments. Space movement has a starting point and an ending point. Time has a start and an end. Although the object is at rest it moves with time. We are not aware of time because we all move with it."
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THE NATURAL TIME

The human brain did not evolve to process the passage of natural time (the continuous succession of moments). Instead they built clocks whose movement is in seconds, minutes and hours.

Heraclitus of Ephesus visualized natural time as becoming. Isaac Newton visualized it as an invisible river in which everything happens. Immanuel Kant visualized it as an a priori category. Albert Einstein visualized it as a dimension of space.

Animals do not know natural time, they only know changes and the periodicity of some of them.

Natural time flows without anything external to modify it. Speed and gravity affect clocks, not natural time. Clocks are an imitation of natural time. The proof that natural time is real is that although a body or matter itself is at rest, natural time flows.

Do this exercise: Stare at a wall for a few seconds. You will notice that the wall was there before and it is still there.

In conclusion, there are natural time (universal) and time-clock (local).

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Write4u has said: e) It's emergent (a result of duration)

Besides time, are there any other emerging properties?

Write4u has said: e) It's emergent (a result of duration)

Besides time, are there any other emerging properties?

Certainly.

Woo is apparently emerging quite prolifically.

Are life and mind emerging properties too?
Life from an organism and mind from brain.

THE OBJECTIVE-MATHEMATICAL NATURE OF TIME

This is an intermediate point of view between those who think that time exists and those who think that it does not exist.

Time is the continuous succession or occurrence of phenomena between a start and an end.

Magnitive time is made up of: phenomena (objective), intervals (imperceptible) and measurements (mathematical). We see phenomena, but not intervals; we only know its magnitude.

The past is all that has happened and the future has not happened yet. The events of the past can be organized chronologically thanks to the measurements of time.

Time flows or progresses continuously from start to end, never backwards.

Timeline
---- s -------- e ---------------> phenomena
...... interval (duration)

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