# Elvis Sibilia's Philochrony theory of everything

THE PRINCIPLE OF CERTAINTY

Duration is the continuous and sequential occurrence of changes from beginning to end. We perceive changes and we know that they have a beginning and an end. Time is the measure of duration.
We also realize that there are periodic phenomena. These phenomena allow us to predict with certainty when an hour, a day and a year will end. Even if we know the duration of a phenomenon we can predict its end.

The principle of certainty does not apply to the life of a human being. We know we are going to die, but we don't know when.

Time has three functions:
1- Determine the duration of things.
2- Determine the separation between two sequential events.
3- Allow to make predictions about when an event starts or ends.

In Quantum Mechanics the Certainty Principle contradicts Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle.

Asexperia

In Quantum Mechanics the Certainty Principle contradicts Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle.
I believe you are committing a category error here.
The Certainty Principle has nothing to do with quantum. It is a social contract.

EXPLANATION OF THE MAGNITIVE TIME

Since September 16, 2017 I am saying that the magnitive time is:

1- Objective: sequential occurrence of changes with a beginning and an end.
2- Imperceptible: We perceive the beginning before and the end after, but not both at the same time. We don't have a sense to do that.
3- Measurable: through the continuous occurrence of periodic phenomena. Time always presents us with a measure because periodic phenomena are always occurring.

Many people believe that time does not exist or is an illusion and this is because these people do not associate the objectivity of time with its imperceptibility.

Consider the minute hand on a clock. When the minute hand travels the entire dial, an hour has passed (or less time if the clock is moving at high speed). This is an objective process. We see the beginning before and the end after of the hour, but not both at the same time. We don't see time.

Asexperia

THE SCHEME OF TIME IN PERSPECTIVE IS A MODIFICATION OF THE PARALLELOCHRON.

THE SCHEME OF TIME IN PERSPECTIVE IS A MODIFICATION OF THE PARALLELOCHRON.

Don't really take this seriously .

ARISTOTLE AND PHILOCHRONY

Time according to Aristotle

For Aristotle, time is the measure of movement according to before and after. Time is what we measure changes with. For Aristotle what makes the measurement of time is the soul (mind). According to this philosopher the soul is an indispensable condition for the existence of time. If the mind did not exist, time would not exist. For Aristotle, time has no meaning if there were not someone to keep track of the changes.

There are many theories of time (Aristotle, Kant, Newton, Einstein, Heidegger, etc.), but only one theory of duration-time (Philochrony). Time exists in the duration of regular rhythm or in periodic phenomena. Before the human being existed the periodic phenomena existed (for example, the movements of the planets and stars).

Duration-time (D-T) is represented by the parallelochron and time in perspective. The basis of time is duration, it is not the space or the subject.

Asexperia

I agree with the moderator in calling Philochrony theory. I regarded it as a natural science. So I changed the definition of Philochrony in my signature.

EXPERIMENTS WITH TIME

Is it possible to experiment with time?

An experiment is the practical test or examination carried out to study the properties of a phenomenon. Experiments are classified into: natural, field and laboratory.
Some examples of experiments are:

1- It is observed that living beings have a beginning (birth), a duration (development) and an end (death).

2- When we get older, time seems to flow faster.

3- It is observed in nature that some phenomena have an irregular duration and others phenomena have a regular duration.

4- In a clock with hands we observe that they travel the dial at a regular and periodic rhythm (changes).

5- The photon effect
For a photon traveling at the speed of light, time does not pass or does not exist. The photon has no "notion" of time. This photon "believes" that its journey through space has been instantaneous.

In conclusion:
We perceive changes or duration, but not time. The diversity of ways of perceiving duration has led many theorists to think that time is an illusion. In reality, time is magnitive.

Asexperia

EXPLANATION OF THE MAGNITIVE TIME

Since September 16, 2017 I am saying that the magnitive time is:

1- Objective: sequential occurrence of changes with a beginning and an end.
2- Imperceptible: We perceive the beginning before and the end after, but not both at the same time. We don't have a sense to do that.
3- Measurable: through the continuous occurrence of periodic phenomena. Time always presents us with a measure because periodic phenomena are always occurring.

Many people believe that time does not exist or is an illusion and this is because these people do not associate the objectivity of time with its imperceptibility.

Consider the minute hand on a clock. When the minute hand travels the entire dial, an hour has passed (or less time if the clock is moving at high speed). This is an objective process. We see the beginning before and the end after of the hour, but not both at the same time. We don't see time.

Asexperia

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We don't see time we see movement of objects , first . The movement(s) by objects define any time measurement .

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EXPLANATION OF THE MAGNITIVE TIME

Since September 16, 2017 I am saying that the magnitive time is:

1- Objective: sequential occurrence of changes with a beginning and an end.
2- Imperceptible: We perceive the beginning before and the end after, but not both at the same time. We don't have a sense to do that.
3- Measurable: through the continuous occurrence of periodic phenomena. Time always presents us with a measure because periodic phenomena are always occurring.

Many people believe that time does not exist or is an illusion and this is because these people do not associate the objectivity of time with its imperceptibility.

Consider the minute hand on a clock. When the minute hand travels the entire dial, an hour has passed (or less time if the clock is moving at high speed). This is an objective process. We see the beginning before and the end after of the hour, but not both at the same time. We don't see time.

Asexperia

1) agreed

2) disagree , perceptible in the movement of physical things .

3) periodic based on the physical objects nature and the reactions to other physical objects .

To the Universe as a whole , Holisticlay , to the objects in the Universe , time is irrelevant . If no being is around to measure any form of time , it does not change the Universe and what it does nor what it will do , nor what it won't do .

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Does time matter to everybodys life , sure it does , time zones . Time zones were created to give order to the world . Train, planes , shipping , cruiseships , subways , buses etc .

But time has nothing whatsoever to do with the Universe , in any form .

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We don't see time we see movement of objects , first . The movement(s) by objects define any time measurement .
If that were true, time would cease to pass if we were in a pitch dark room, or if we merely closed our eyes.
Clearly, time passes whether we see movement or not.

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We don't see time we see movement of objects , first . The movement(s) by objects define any time measurement .

If that were true, time would cease to pass if we were in a pitch dark room, or if we merely closed our eyes.

Indeed , to us .

But to the objects outside our vision , movement by physical objects carries on .

Asexperia said: "In reality, time is magnitive." Post #249.

Time is magnitive in all frames of reference. Space isn't magnitive because is perceptible. Space-time originates from multiplying time by the speed of light. Space-time is a methematical trick.

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TIME AND ITS PERCEPTION

Previous note: Time is the rate at which changes occur from a beginning to an end. But only the constant and periodic rate is adequate as a measure (last definition).

We perceive time as an illusion because intervals are sequential. We perceive a beginning (before) and an end (after), but not both at the same time. This illusion seems to flow faster or slower depending on how old we are and what we experience is something pleasant or unpleasant. The FIT is the fast illusion of time (it seems shorter to us) and the SIT is the slow illusion of time (it seems longer to us). The IAT is the illusion adjusted to the measure of time. Remember that time is magnitive, it is not an illusion in itself. Clocks allow us to have a correct IAT. With clocks we synchronize the FIT and the SIT with the rate of the passage of time (constant and periodic). Tic tac tic tac tic tac ...

For its measurement, time (continuous) is divided into equal intervals (periodic).

In conclusion, we do not perceive the beginning and the end of an interval simultaneously. We do not perceive a material timeline. The length of this line is what we perceive as the illusion of time.

Asexperia

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TIME AND ITS PERCEPTION

Previous note: Time is the rate at which changes occur from a beginning to an end. But only the constant and periodic rate is adequate as a measure (last definition).

We perceive time as an illusion because intervals are sequential. We perceive a beginning (before) and an end (after), but not both at the same time. This illusion seems to flow faster or slower depending on how old we are and what we experience is something pleasant or unpleasant. The FIT is the fast illusion of time (it seems shorter to us) and the SIT is the slow illusion of time (it seems longer to us). The IAT is the illusion adjusted to the measure of time. Remember that time is magnitive, it is not an illusion in itself. Clocks allow us to have a correct IAT. With clocks we synchronize the FIT and the SIT with the rate of the passage of time (constant and periodic). Tic tac tic tac tic tac ...

For its measurement, time (continuous) is divided into equal intervals (periodic).

In conclusion, we do not perceive the beginning and the end of an interval simultaneously. We do not perceive a material timeline. The length of this line is what we perceive as the illusion of time.

Asexperia

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I don't .

Time is based on movement . Movement is not an illusion .

We preceive movement because it exists . Not because we imagine movement .

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Time is based on movement . Movement is not an illusion .

We preceive movement because it exists . Not because we imagine movement .

You have to learn to differentiate between time (magnitive) and its perception (ilussion). For Immanuel Kant time is a priori (subjective) because is imperceptible.

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You have to learn to differentiate between time (magnitive) and its perception (ilussion). For Immanuel Kant time is a priori (subjective) because is imperceptible.

And magnitive time is ?