# Elvis Sibilia's Philochrony theory of everything

EXPLANATIONS OF TIME

These are the explanations of time offered by Philochrony:

1) The magnitive time (09-16-2017).
2) The change-interval duality (06-30-2019).
3) The indefinite parallelochron (02-24-2020).
4) The transchrony or portal of time (06-06-2020).
5) The definite parallelochron (06-20-2020).

The magnitive time gave rise to the other explanations.

THE DEFINITE PARALLELOCHRON

All changes are represented in the parallelochron. Logically, Vx E Pc (for all x that belongs to the parallelochronon).

Duration is the sequential occurrence of phenomena delimited by a beginning and an end. Time is the regular duration divisible into equal intervals (measures). In this sense, time is objective, imperceptible and measurable. Duration is a property of things and time is its measure.

Asexperia

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The parallelochron is the fusion into a single scheme of the timelines of all changes.

PHILOCHRONY IS A NATURAL SCIENCE

1- Object of study: nature of time.

2- Method: observation and register of the duration of phenomena.

3- Instruments: clocks, calendars and Chronology.

4- Verifiability: any researcher can verify that:

a) Time is the regular duration (uniform rhythm) divisible into equal intervals.

b) Time is objective, imperceptible and measurable (magnitive).

c) The timelines of phenomena can be unified into a single scheme (parallelochron).

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river said ; Particles travel within the wave . With density . It is what gives mass to a wave .
W4U said; That's the crux of the problem.....
river said; No problem to me .
Lol, nor to me....
However, should we take this as an authoritative description of a "wave"? ;
Waves involve the transport of energy without the transport of matter.
In conclusion, a wave can be described as a disturbance that travels through a medium, transporting energy from one location (its source) to another location without transporting matter.
https://www.physicsclassroom.com/class/waves/Lesson-1/What-is-a-Wave

I'm sure you can see the apparent contradiction. How to resolve this dilemma?

Seems the question is if "energy has mass?
Mass, is that part of the total energy that is the energy resides within an object as seen in its own reference frame. So no, energy does not necessarily have mass, though all mass is energy. The reason is by arbitrary definition, though a definition that is extremely useful when doing physics.
https://www.quora.com/Does-energy-have-mass-or-light-as-in-light-beam-have-mass

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WHY DOES TIME EXIST?

In Philochrony time is the regular periodic duration divisible into equal intervals. Duration is the continuous and sequential occurrence of phenomena delimited by a beginning and an end.

The existence of time is based on periodic phenomena, which occur every certain period or its phases are all repeated permanently and regularly. To deny time is to deny the existence of periodic phenomena. The ticking of clocks is an example of a periodic phenomenon. You cannot deny the existence of time simply because neither the past nor the future is real.

KRONOS SYSTEM
Duration, time and eternity.
Eternity is the existence of something with no beginning or end.

Time is a subset of duration. Eternity is not subject to time.

I leave these three questions to ponder:
1- Does eternity exist?
2- Is eternity a purely religious concept?
3- Is matter eternal?

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Waves involve the transport of energy without the transport of matter.

In conclusion, a wave can be described as a disturbance that travels through a medium, transporting energy from one location (its source) to another location without transporting matter.

Sort off .

Yet affects matter ...​

https://www.physicsclassroom.com/class/waves/Lesson-1/What-is-a-Wave

I'm sure you can see the apparent contradiction. How to resolve this dilemma?

Seems the question is if "energy has mass?

Sort off .

Yet affects matter ...​

Hence the wave has physical properties .

Seems the question is if "energy has mass? ( from post #65 ) .

Energy has always had mass , always .

Sort off .
Yet affects matter ...​

Hence the wave has physical properties .

OUT OF TOPIC.

TROLL REPORTED.

Go to post #67 for new subject: WHY DOES TIME EXIST?

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WHY DOES TIME EXIST?

In Philochrony time is the regular periodic duration divisible into equal intervals. Duration is the continuous and sequential occurrence of phenomena delimited by a beginning and an end.

The existence of time is based on periodic phenomena, which occur every certain period or its phases are all repeated permanently and regularly. To deny time is to deny the existence of periodic phenomena. The ticking of clocks is an example of a periodic phenomenon. You cannot deny the existence of time simply because neither the past nor the future is real.

KRONOS SYSTEM
Duration, time and eternity.
Eternity is the existence of something with no beginning or end.

Time is a subset of duration. Eternity is not subject to time.
I leave these three questions to ponder:
1- Does eternity exist?
2- Is eternity a purely religious concept?
3- Is matter eternal?

1- in what context ?

2- No.

3-Energy is eternal , hence matter is eternal . Both energy and matter are infinite in their existence . Nothing can never become , something ; Ever .

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Asexperia said: :

I agree that time is a subset (measurement) of "duration".
I also agree that prior to the universe there existed a "timeless" (immeasurable) eternity.

Asexperia said: :

I agree that time is a subset (measurement) of "duration".
I also agree that prior to the universe there existed a "timeless" (immeasurable) eternity.

And duration is based on a physical objects internal properties and movements . Movement . And interactions with other physical objects .

" Nothing " in otherwords .

And duration is based on a physical objects internal properties and movements . Movement . And interactions with other physical objects .
IOW, the duration of any action as measured in increments of time. Note that time itself is not a physical thing.
To your second statement ; " Nothing " in otherwords .
Correct. Duration is a relative measurement of "Something", but is immeasurable of "Nothing".

That's why we started to "keep time" from the "beginning" of the Universe, not before.

IOW, the duration of any action as measured in increments of time. Note that time itself is not a physical thing. Correct. Duration is a relative measurement of "Something", but is immeasurable of "Nothing".

That's why we started to "keep time" from the "beginning" of the Universe, not before.

Break .....and brake . Write4U . Think . Think more about what your saying here .

Break .....and brake . Write4U . Think . Think more about what your saying here .
I have....

Can you be more specific?

IOW, the duration of any action as measured in increments of time. Note that time itself is not a physical thing. Correct. Duration is a relative measurement of "Something", but is immeasurable of "Nothing".

That's why we started to "keep time" from the "beginning" of the Universe, not before.

None of this makes any sense .

Write4U said:
IOW, the duration of any action as measured in increments of time. Note that time itself is not a physical thing. Correct. Duration is a relative measurement of "Something", but is immeasurable of "Nothing".
That's why we started to "keep time" from the "beginning" of the Universe, not before.
None of this makes any sense .
There is no measurable time before the beginning. The condition before the BB might have been a quantum instant or of infinite duration. It makes no difference. It is not accessible to our observation.

Before the BB was a truly different "dimension", (Bohmian Order) which via mathematical dynamics spawned our Universe.

Even if we could theorize the properties of such a dimension, we would not be able to establish the duration of existence, i.e. Time. You cannot measure Time with time, it yields a zero sum.