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Old Jun 21st 2016, 06:26 PM   #1
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Cyber Time

Cyber time is already one. When cyber world is changed, there is time difference between you and me. I am here for 1 year, but the person see me only for 1 hour. At least, cyber world is changed time, as we are not cyborg for the perfect truth of time. And time is forever, so also time is not changing as it is come back to origin.
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Old Jun 22nd 2016, 05:17 AM   #2
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As usual your strange phraseology makes interpretation difficult...
I will pick on one small portion of your post to comment on.

There is no such thing as "the perfect truth of time", time is dependent on the reference frame in which it is measured (velocity, gravity field, ...)

For most purposes the reference frames available to us on Earth are so similar that the time difference is negligible.
However as technology advances, communication speeds get faster, and significant time intervals get smaller, the effect of different reference frames becomes noticeable.
An oft quoted technological system, for which the effect of a non-inertial reference frame on time is important, is the array of Global Positioning System Satellites.
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