Theory of multiple times

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THEORY OF MULTIPLE TIMES

The theory of multiple times considers the existence of four times: irregular time, mathematical time (t in equations), psychological time and relative time. In general, time is the continuous succession of irreversible changes. Time is the continuity of movement. Actually we find events with variable or irregular rhythm, such as the current of a river or the flight of birds. The mathematical time has uniform and periodic rhythm, and is taken as reference to measure the duration of events. Clocks are an example of mathematical time. The relative time is affected by speed or gravity.

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Clocks are an example of mathematical time. The relative time is affected by speed or gravity.
Clocks are affected by speed and gravity. Does that make mathematical time and relative time the same thing?

Oh, and you promised us a theory. Where is it?
 
In the psychological time each person has a different idea of the duration of events. Psychological time is influenced by emotions. A person who enjoys a pleasant experience will find that time flies. On the other hand, a person who is going through a difficult situation will find that time slows down.
 
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Where and how do they manifest each of the times?

1- In reality we find events with variable or irregular rhythm, such as the current of a river, the flight of birds or listen to a song.

2- Mathematical time is a uniform and periodic rhythm, and is taken as a reference to measure the events duration. Clocks are an example of mathematical time. Clocks and calendars are based on periodic phenomena, such as the movements of the Earth.

3- Relative time is affected by speed or gravity. According to the Theory of relativity, in a ship traveling at a speed close to c, time dilates in relation to an observer who remains on Earth.

4- In psychological time each person has a different idea of the events duration. Psychological time is influenced by people's emotions and beliefs. It is the subjective time.
 
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Where and how do they manifest each of the times?

1- In reality we find events with variable or irregular rhythm, such as the current of a river, the flight of birds or listen to a song.

2- Mathematical time is a uniform and periodic rhythm, and is taken as a reference to measure the events duration. Clocks are an example of mathematical time. Clocks and calendars are based on periodic phenomena, such as the movements of the Earth.

3- Relative time is affected by speed or gravity. According to the Theory of relativity, in a ship traveling at a speed close to c, time dilates in relation to an observer who remains on Earth.

4- In psychological time each person has a different idea of the events duration. Psychological time is influenced by people's emotions and beliefs. It is the subjective time.

None of which matters to any object in the Universe . In times efficacy to influence any of the above .
 
How can you differentiate time in relation to speed when speed is a function of time?

Because in mathematical time (of uniform and periodic rhythm) there is only one observer. In the relative time (which dilates at high speed) there are two observers. That's why it's called relative.
 
Because in mathematical time (of uniform and periodic rhythm) there is only one observer. In the relative time (which dilates at high speed) there are two observers. That's why it's called relative.
That doesn't answer the question. You separated low speeds from high speeds. How can any observer - or any number of observers - do that when speed is defined in terms of time? You're going in circles.
 
1- In reality we find events with variable or irregular rhythm, such as the current of a river, the flight of birds or listen to a song.

2- Mathematical time is a uniform and periodic rhythm, and is taken as a reference to measure the events duration. Clocks are an example of mathematical time. Clocks and calendars are based on periodic phenomena, such as the movements of the Earth.

3- Relative time is affected by speed or gravity. According to the Theory of relativity, in a ship traveling at a speed close to c, time dilates in relation to an observer who remains on Earth.

4- In psychological time each person has a different idea of the events duration. Psychological time is influenced by people's emotions and beliefs. It is the subjective time.
I think this content falls more into the "Linguistics" category so far, as it seems like material made for a dictionary or something like that (e.g. encyclopedia, etc).
Unless a new theory follows in the future. We will wait and see

Don't forget to add that:
5)Time is money
 
Because in mathematical time (of uniform and periodic rhythm) there is only one observer. In the relative time (which dilates at high speed) there are two observers. That's why it's called relative.
So what happens if 2 people look at a clock in a room? Will the time dilate?
Here is another question, do you have an off button?
 
Another classification of time according to the perspective of physical theory is:

1- Classical time is absolute and independent of space or movement. It requires a single observer. For an observer traveling at a speed near c, time does not delate.

2- Relative time dilates with high speed and is part of spacetime. Two observers are required for time dilation to occur.

3- The quantum time is reversible. The observation modifies the behavior of the particles.
 
Another classification of time according to the perspective of physical theory is:

1- Classical time is absolute and independent of space or movement. It requires a single observer. For an observer traveling at a speed near c, time does not delate.

2- Relative time dilates with high speed and is part of spacetime. Two observers are required for time dilation to occur.

3- The quantum time is reversible. The observation modifies the behavior of the particles.


What happens when there is no observer of these quantum particles ?

What do the particles then do ?
 
What happens when there is no observer of these quantum particles ?

What do the particles then do ?

Particles behave according to the environment.
One slit, the electron behaves like particle. Two slits, the electron behaves like a wave. If it is observed passing through two slits, it behaves like particle.
 
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