# Time as other things, 3

Time travel, 3.1.3

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~ Flowers look the same as before, but the people do not.

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~ Flowers go into the future.

— Me@2011.08.23

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# Feeling time

Time as other things

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“Feeling the existence of time” means that you stop but other things keep going. That’s why “feeling time” is not a good thing.

— Me@2011.05.24

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Time is not valuable anymore if all you have is only time.

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# Time travel, 3.1.2

Time is other things, 2

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Let A = your blog and B, C = other blogs.

Also, let the indices 1 = yesterday, 2 = today, and 3 = tomorrow.

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# How to send your today’s blog to the future?

Don’t update your blog until tomorrow:

B1 –> B2 –> B3

A1 –> A2 –> A2

C1 –> C2 –> C3

As long as you keep your today’s blog (A2) from changing, it goes to tomorrow (B3, C3).

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# How to send your today’s blog to yesterday?

Don’t update your blog (A2) and revert other blogs (B2, C2) to their yesterday’s versions (B1, C1):

B1 –> B2 –> B1

A1 –> A2 –> A2

C1 –> C2 –> C1

Then, A2 goes back to yesterday (B1, C1).

However, the energy required for doing so is too much.

— Me@2011.08.25

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# Flow in time, 2

Time is other things.

Subjective time (or personal time) refers to your feelings on other things.

When you say “time is faster”, you mean other things are faster.

When you say “time is flowing”, you mean even if you do not change, other things keep changing.

When you say “time stops”, you mean other things stop changing.

— Me@2011.08.22

— Me@2011.08.25

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# Flow in time

We do not flow in time, for we are part of (objective) time, the causal network.

When you say “I am flowing in time”, what you really mean is that even if you do not change, other things keep changing.

When discussing objective time, you should not separate yourself from other objects of the causal universe.

— Me@2011.08.22

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# Time stops

“Time stops” mean things other than yourself stop.

If “time stops” mean all the things, including you, stop,

then you cannot feel the stopping of time.

— Me@2010.03.08

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# 3.6.10 Lost in time

The most effective time we have is the time when we forget the existence of time and we do not care about the speed of time[7].

The most effective time we have is the timeless time.

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[7] Speed of time with respect to an event is the speed of all other events.

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2008.04.27 Sunday $\copyright CHK^2$