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Old Nov 28th 2017, 04:20 PM   #1
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There is the reason for the frame of physics formula, as they are made by time connection. So we are going forward on, forever, as new with no time cut, keeping the rule of normal physics theory. And there is the shape of theory as the frame. We are making one by one the frame continuously with no time cut.
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Old Nov 29th 2017, 05:36 AM   #2
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As usual your posts hint at interesting topics,
Perhaps quantisation with respect to time?
However the way the topics are presented is too disjointed to allow the formulation of a clear response.
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Originally Posted by philipishin View Post
There is the reason for the frame of physics formula, as they are made by time connection.
Some of them are, some of them aren't. Physics describes relationships between physical properties as well as characterising physical processes.

So we are going forward on, forever, as new with no time cut, keeping the rule of normal physics theory.
Sure. However, there's nothing wrong with picking a particular point in time and asking what the state of a system is at that time. Then, using physics, we can predict what the change in the system is as time marches on, giving use new states at different times.

And there is the shape of theory as the frame. We are making one by one the frame continuously with no time cut.
By "shape of theory" I guess you mean the "set of theorems you care to calculate" for a particular scenario... but sure, time is continuous and things change continuously with it according to a set of laws that we try to understand.
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