The Origin of Time
這段改編自 2021 年 12 月 5 日的對話。
— Me@2022-01-04 12:23:25 PM
To form an object (an observer), the component particles cannot all always move at light speed in the same direction, for that would prevent the object as a whole from feeling time.
Anything moving at the speed of light cannot feel the passage of time. If a set of particles all moves at light speed in the same direction all the time, they cannot feel time either as individuals or as a whole; so they cannot form an “object”.
To form an object (an observer), the component particles need to interact. So some component particles need to move in other directions sometimes.
An object requires an internal structure to exist and evolve. The component particles need to interact in order to evolve as a single identity. So different particles need to move in different directions sometimes. As a result, the component particles as a whole, aka “the object”, will move slower than light.
— Me@2021-12-08 08:09:17 AM
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