Future and Time / hypothesis /

Discussion in 'General Science' started by socratus, Apr 26, 2013.

  1. socratus

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    Mar 26, 2012
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    Future and Time / hypothesis /
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    If you travel with a speed less - less than constant speed
    of quantum of light ( c < 1 ) then you have your present future
    ( sooner or later the death will come ).
    The classical deterministic principle works in this situation.
    2
    If you travel quickly enough ( with constant speed
    of quantum of light c = 1) then the time doesn't 'exist for you
    and you don't know your future.
    3
    If you travel quickly enough (with speed faster than quantum of light c > 1)
    then sooner or later a new time and future will come to you.
    Heisenberg Uncertainty principle need to use here.
    4.
    Of course, a person cannot travel with such speed,
    but a quantum particle has this possibility.
    For example:
    When speed of the photon is c=1 then time exists as an infinite time
    (an eternity) as for photon as also for its reference frame.
    But photon can destroy this eternity and create a time - phenomena .
    We call such time - phenomena / effect: 'vacuum fluctuation'.
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    socratus
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  2. Wendy

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    You have it backwards. For a particle that is timeless, traveling at the speed of light, the entire history of the universe is "now". No time has passed from beginning to end. Not that that is a meaningful concept, because time does not exist for that particle.
     
  3. socratus

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    Mar 26, 2012
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    No matter how the quantum particle travels ( c<1, c=1, c>1)
    for it - its own time ( history) is ever "now".
    =,,
    But my first abstract point is:
    No matter how the quantum particle travels
    ( c<1, c=1, c>1) its speed and own time are relative .

    My second abstract point is:
    there are two different reference frame -
    one system with timeless (according to Einstein's SRT) ,
    and another system where time is depended on speed
    and mass (according to Einstein's GRT)

    My third abstract point is:
    the quantum particle can travel between these two systems.

    Therefore we can see 'vacuum fluctuation '
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