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Old Apr 7th 2019, 11:54 PM   #11
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I believe time was existed long before our universe . What the big bang created was space.
It may be wrong, but at this point the "Standard Model" says that space-time was created in the BB. Whether space was created and somehow "fused" into space-time is a new thought to me, though.

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Old Apr 8th 2019, 01:39 AM   #12
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Cool ummmmm

My ummmmm here is to everyone worldwide. It means that "good arguements in the wrong time". I care mostly about how much time left for me this life.
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It may be wrong, but at this point the "Standard Model" says that space-time was created in the BB. Whether space was created and somehow "fused" into space-time is a new thought to me, though.

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The standard model isnt sufficient.
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Originally Posted by CaptainMarvel199 View Post
The standard model isnt sufficient.
I'm not necessarily saying you are wrong, but on what points exactly?

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Old Apr 8th 2019, 08:07 AM   #15
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Making it up as I go...

I feel that there are several versions of "time" which are used in different circumstances.
These are all related, but not necessarily directly.

1) Entropy Time
2) Personal Time
3) Relative Time
4) Space Time

and just to throw the idea out there:

5) hyper time.

This is the "time" within which our 4D universe "started" and which was extant before the big-bang.
I would suggest that our space-time "time" is (somehow) aligned with hypertime, which is why it is different from the other 3 (spacewise) dimensions.
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Old Apr 8th 2019, 05:34 PM   #16
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Talking Dog VS Cat VS Pig

People define standard candle as well as stand crayon, because they are visible and concrete nature phenominia. It's natural standard.
With regard to something possible in mind, people establish the so - called "model" to represent their guess. A dog feels that nature is good at biting, so he established a biting model for nature, it should be called "the dog model". A cat feels nature is good at jumping, so he established a jumping model for nature, it should be called "the cat model". A pig feels nature is good at eating, so he established an eating model for nature, it should be called "the pig model". If that three guys join hands to establish a model, it should be called "the bench model", because there might be a hen or a duck, they have natural advantage too: eggs.
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Old Apr 9th 2019, 09:28 AM   #17
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Time...

Hi All...

What is time? The meanings are many. Checking an an old-fashioned unabridged dictionary
(as I did just now) one might finds 59 variations and shades of meaning. "Time," an abstract,
brings a lot of ideas together. Most meanings relate to physics only obliquely.

In the study of physics and engineering, special aspects of time and event are used.
Here's a short piece I wrote about those needs:

Events and Time | THERMO Spoken Here!

Good Luck in your studies. TSH
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Old Apr 9th 2019, 05:23 PM   #18
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Cool guess vs math

If time can be defined by math and this mathematical premise can help solve many physical and astronomic hard nuts, is it cool? Just as what's electric charge...
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