1.10 Time

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Summary:
What is it that causes these distances, the mind asks? The answer it comes up with is time. Time is a construction in the mind, an idea. The dots have been affected by… eh… time! and that explains the distance. The distance increases when the dots are exposed to time.

When we now have time and distance, the phenomenon of speed is also born. In the beginning, consciousness knew only one speed, the speed of light.
1.10.0-1  Let's look at the figure we have arrived at:

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1.10.0-3  Different distances have arisen. It is a fact, the thought experiences it. But it has no idea why. These distances are not the distance they first became acquainted with. There are new, different distances. As new dots are created, there are even more strange distances.

1.10.0-4  The idea must understand what the distances mean. It cannot observe anything and does not understand what it is. It is contrary to its function. If it does not understand everything about what it has created, it will next time create something that is meaningless, without justification, without connection to what it has already created. Then there will be chaos. The world then ends up as an incoherent, incomprehensible, meaningless collection of dots that provide no experience of anything other than… chaos.

1.10.0-5  This is not our world. This is not how the thought works. Just feel for yourself. You can probably say from time to time that you are confused and that you are experiencing chaos in your life. But, for example, rocks do not fly around in the air. They are not small and hard one moment and huge, fluffy, neon green and made of marzipan the next.

1.10.0-6  It is not the case that one cat you see resembles a normal cat, while the other has a thousand meters long tail - because the thought does not understand the concept of distance. The observed distances must be understood. It is basic and necessary.

1.10.0-7  What is it that causes these distances, the thought asks?

1.10.0-8  The answer it comes up with is time . Time is a construction in the mind, an idea. Time is the thought's explanation of the concept of distance. Distance came from the first two dots. The second dot appeared somewhere other than the first - at a distance.

1.10.0-9  Time, thinks the thought. It must be the cause, the interpretation that explains why the dots are separated from each other by different distances. The dots have been affected by… eh… time! and that explains the distance. The distance increases when the dots are exposed to time.

1.10.0-10  This relationship between time and distance is what we call speed. Speed ​​is equal to the distance traveled over a period of time. The phenomenon of speed is born.

1.10.0-11  The idea is that time creates distance. The size of this time, the unit of time, it has arrived at by experiencing the distances between the various dots and understanding, interpreting how large the time must then be. The idea is newborn, stupid, simple. If it can, it will know only a time. It does not invent things unnecessarily. There is nothing to suggest that different sizes of time are needed to explain the distances. The size of the time is the one that matches the distances that are actually there. The cause of the distances.

1.10.0-12  Right now there is only one value for the time, just as you experience that time goes just as fast no matter when and where you check the clock. But Einstein told us that time is relative. It slows down when you travel fast. The astronauts who traveled to the Moon in the 1970s experienced that time passed approx. 0.0005 seconds slower for them than for people on Earth.

1.10.0-13  This is due to the gravity that causes the room to bend, Einstein explained. Thus, the distance also changes - and also the time. But gravity is not "invented" yet.

1.10.0-14  When time - so far - has been given a specific, fixed "value", so has speed. All four dots have been exposed to the same influence, time, but in different amounts so that the distances were different. Time and distance are - by definition - linked to each other. Distance per unit of time.

1.10.0-15  This relationship between time and distance is always the same, even when gravity enters and bends space. We call it the speed of light, approx. 300,000 km / s. We'll see what gravity is in a moment.

1.10.0-16  But first a small siding, an impulse.