The Clock is Ticking

2017 in the attic
2017 in the attic

What is time? Wikapedia Says – Time is a component of the measuring system used to sequence events, to compare the durations of events and the intervals between them, and to quantify the motions of objects. Time has been a major subject of religion, philosophy, and science, but defining it in a non-controversial manner applicable to all fields of study has consistently eluded the greatest scholars.

I’d like to know why is it wasted so much? I was sending all the fathers in my Family there cards out today and planning my next mission, when all of a sudden I had to waste a second.

Yep that second cost me a thought and time in my impatient reality. I figure when I get things in order I will chill and stop doing so much. But until then I will be busy. Not wasting my day minutes with YOU AND YOU on the phone and wasting my study time chatting with any one about mindless ness.

I know that its rude to push people away or what ever, but until meaning and purpose is balanced then we are wasting time on earth.

Its time to get free from the slavery and the Julian Calender and operate on your own time. Free Time and etc …

Stay alert and ready and go save some daylight like the devil do. Get you some borrowed time. Because you gonna need it to save these kids.

The reforms of Julius Caesar in 45 BC put the Roman world on a solar calendar. This Julian calendar was faulty in that its intercalation still allowed the astronomical solstices and equinoxes to advance against it by about 11 minutes per year. Pope Gregory XIII introduced a correction in 1582; the Gregorian calendar was only slowly adopted by different nations over a period of centuries, but is today the one in most common use around the world.

From the age of Newton up until Einstein’s profound reinterpretation of the physical concepts associated with time and space, time was considered to be “absolute” and to flow “equably” (to use the words of Newton) for all observers. The science of classical mechanics is based on this Newtonian idea of time.

Borrowed time the clock ticks faster by MF DOOM
Borrowed time the clock ticks faster by MF DOOM

Space Time
Time has historically been closely related with space, the two together comprising spacetime in Einstein’s special relativity and general relativity. According to these theories, the concept of time depends on the spatial reference frame of the observer, and the human perception as well as the measurement by instruments such as clocks are different for observers in relative motion. The past is the set of events that can send light signals to the observer, the future is the set of events to which the observer can send light signals.

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