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The imaginary nature of time explains the Arrow of Time

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George A Adriaenssens
1092 Coronation Dr., Atlanta, GA 30338, United States; prpgaa@comcast.net, 770-394-0635
(2 pages)

2013, 20th Natural Philosophy Alliance Conference, College Park, MD, United States
Keywords: Imaginary time, arrow of time

Lookup: time (100), imaginary (3)

Abstract:

This short paper shows that the nature of time is actually imaginary. Because the measurement of time is a ratio between the time to be measured and a standard unit of time, the imaginary nature of time vanishes and never appears in the equations of physics. This fascinating idea provides, at long last, a satisfactory explanation for the “arrow of time”. It assumes that the ether exists: see in this respect http://prpgaa.com.




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