#15 Time is a temporally ‘linear’ (directed) form of change that is not limited by dimension. (Change/Time)
Time has been arbitrarily and wrongly assigned to dimension. Change is not restricted to any dimension: therefore time is also not limited to it.
I know it’s trendy to see time as a dimension, but dimension is something completely different. Stay tuned to find out what and why.
Update: There are many reasons why time needs a proper definition. Here are a few of them:
The chemical reactions in the vessel are not really effected by some mysterious thing called time, but by the number of contacts or collisions that take place in the soup of atoms or molecules. That is what the factor ‘T’ really stands for.
1) Eternity may be a somewhat mystical overarching reality outside of the physical universe, but time is not. Nor is time a thing that anybody can do anything to. In other words: it cannot be reified.
2) The universe doesn’t exist in time, but time exists in the universe.
3) The proper definition of time is exactly: the sequence of events in the material universe.
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