AbstractDreamer Posted June 23, 2020 Share Posted June 23, 2020 What evidence is there to support the suggestion that time is continuous and not granular, or vice versa, or both, or neither, or something else? What evidence is there to suggest that relative-frame-of-referenced simultaneous events are a reality? How do we measure two simultaneous events and declare they are simultaneous if all observables and measurements are ultimately limited by HUP? We may synchronise two atomic clocks, but how do we know they are synchronised without measuring them and how do we know after our measurement they are still synchronised? How can we be certain at the time of measuring two events, that the clocks were synchronised? In a volume of space with no observations or decoherence, must time still exist? In a volume of space with two things each observing the other, is it impossible that time ticks sequentially rather than simultaneously for both of them? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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