Equation of Time — a
Definition of Time
|* Frequency of wave rotation
relative to other energetic formations
Space, energy, and time function as one unit,
which constitutes an integral part of energetic matter's activities.
Space is expanded and time is prolonged, or expanded, in proportion
to the increase in energetic activity. Since energetic matter
is found in closed, spiral rings/quants, time is a obviously
a component of these structures as well.
Wave theory provides a more natural explanation to Einstein’s
General Theory of Relativity. In this work, Einstein maintains
that time curves around a particular space that surrounds
stars and other massive objects and that at great velocities
time is extended. This is because time's very existence is
dependent on energetic matter. In the absence of space or
energy, the natural phenomenon of time is both irrelevant
Wave theory convincingly argues that a high-energy wave has
a greater energetic periphery than a low-energy (and thus
smaller) wave. Furthermore, energy rotates along a larger
circuit and time is consequently extended. If energy is added
to a defined space, time also expands and vice a versa. A
simple example of this is a pulsar (neutron stars) that loses
its peripheral energy and subsequently rotates more rapidly.
In other words, time decreases relative to the decrease in
energetic matter’s space. Loss of energy means loss
of time and space, while an increase in energy is synonymous
with larger space and extended time. Time thus depends on
the size of and amount of energy in a wave.
energy X space
* Frequency of wave rotation relative
to other formations, as per Einstein's idea.
Due to the fact that energy only exists in wave formations
(swirls), it appears that time is limited to such formations
as well — quant formations (energetic space) —
and is bound to energetic entities. The phrase “time
is ticking away” in essence means that energy does away
Every phase has its specific time. At the conclusion of every
phase, “genes” of energetic matter are transferred
on to the next phase.
This unbelievable ingenious creation that we call the universe
contains various smaller creations that have “shorter”
times. Therefore the universe contains separate times. Nevertheless,
this diversity is not indicative of chaos: phases follow an
orderly sophisticated pattern.
Every small formation belongs to a greater formation, which
together comprise the entire universe that we also refer to
as absolute time. That said, like all forms of energetic matter,
even the universe undergoes life cycles and is not infinite.
Consequently, absolute time is similarly finite and proceeds
along its own cycle.
Dr. Chaim Tejman, Copyright©
2001. All rights reserved.
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