Synomyns of Time and Space

Asexperia

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The Synonyms of time are: becoming and duration.

Becoming is the continuous and irreversible succession of changes or phenomena.
Duration is the permanence of things in reality.
Time is the interval between two moments.

Among these concepts there is a referential synonymy: existence.
 
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The Synonyms of time are: becoming and duration.

Becoming is the continuous and irreversible succession of changes or phenomena.
Duration is the permanence of things in reality.
Time is the interval between two moments.

Among these concepts there is a referential synonymy: existence.
This is the 3rd section you have written essentially the same thing. I am going to see if the mods think this should be bundled into on big mess.
 
Words related does not mean words synonymous.

For starters, time is a noun or verb, whereas becoming is an adverb.

It is nonsensical to say "I'm a patient man but I am 'time' tired of all this mangling of the language."

Or "I plan to 'becoming' how long it takes for this thread to get moved."
 
Examples:

The becoming of life.
The duration of a song.
The bus takes a long time.

We can exchange these concepts.
 
Examples:
The becoming of life.
Is not the same as "the time of life".

The duration of a song.
Is close but it's the length of time of (or time taken by) a song, not "the time of a song".

The bus takes a long time.
Which doesn't equate to "the bus takes a long duration" OR "the bus takes a long becoming".

We can exchange these concepts.
So no. You're still wrong.
 
The synonyms of Space are: capacity and volume.

Space is the extension in three dimensions.

Examples:

The suitcases occupy much space in the plane.
The plane has a capacity of 250 passengers.
The plane has a great volume.

What's your opinion?
 
The Synonyms of time are: becoming and duration.

Becoming is the continuous and irreversible succession of changes or phenomena.
Duration is the permanence of things in reality.
Time is the interval between two moments.

Among these concepts there is a referential synonymy: existence.

Becoming is the manifestation of energy and matter in space .

Duration is the movement of things without any measure .

Time is the measure of the movement of things in space , duration

Hence existence , is based on the ability to manifest and duration .

Times importantance to both movement and manifestation is irrelevant
 
The point being, that your assertions are merely rhetoric. They're not based in anything except your own opinion, which fancifully distorts the accepted meaning of existing words.

All things aside do they make sense ? Never mind me , do they make sense in my post # 15 ?

if not why not ?
 
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