you view time as a monolithic things,existing and permeating everything. This is not what we observe in science.RJG wrote: ↑January 13th, 2020, 5:28 amScience falsely assumes:
Time is a function of Motion (of objects).
When in reality:
Motion is a function of Time
Science forgets that without Time there could be no motion, period!. This is why they falsely equate "measurements of objects" as Time itself.
I don't follow. Everything we know is just a "concept"!Terrapin Station wrote:(Dimensions that is--dimensions are not just a concept that people have in your view?)
We only observe individual "tickings" of different processes interacting with each other.
Their fluctuations in their ticking pace in the result of their interactions(gravity) and what we understand as relative time.
Science doesn't say that motion is a function of time. We quantify the characteristics of motion and the change through the concept of time.
"Science forgets that without Time there could be no motion, period!."
-this is the oldest error in our philosophical history...confusing the place for the map.
You are making up a substance, an idealistic entity in order to explain a phenomenon, while the phenomenon is the reason why the concept of time exists!
We don't make up substances and entities any more in Science. We need direct evidence before we assume a causal entity being an agent behind a phenomenon.