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On the nature and passage of time and 4-D geometry By Samuel K.K. Blankson
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HARD BACK: In his 10th book on post-relativity philosophy of time, the Ghanaian philosopher argues that all the theories we read about time are useful only for constructing clocks to accord... More > accurately with the earth’s regular motions and astronomical features. The many bemusing technical terms employed (like duration between events, sidereal time, solar time, nutation, equinox, earth’s rotation, the precession of the equinoxes etc.), were all invented to account for fixed, general and absolute time, running all through the cosmos and the same everywhere. This view of time, however, was abolished by Einstein. He adds that everything we have ever used to reckon time (including atomic time) amounts to mere physical cycles, pulses or oscillations that we count as the units of time---the years, for instance---but they are passing. He has also uncovered Einstein’s undoubted snub to 4-D geometry.< Less
On the nature and passage of time and 4-D geometry By Samuel K.K. Blankson
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PAPERBACK: In his 10th book on post-relativity philosophy of time, the Ghanaian philosopher argues that all the theories we read about time are useful only for constructing clocks to accord... More > accurately with the earth’s regular motions and astronomical features. The many bemusing technical terms employed (like duration between events, sidereal time, solar time, nutation, equinox, earth’s rotation, the precession of the equinoxes etc.), were all invented to account for fixed, general and absolute time, running all through the cosmos and the same everywhere. This view of time, however, was abolished by Einstein. He adds that everything we have ever used to reckon time (including atomic time) amounts to mere physical cycles, pulses or oscillations that we count as the units of time---the years, for instance---but they are passing. He has also uncovered Einstein’s undoubted snub to 4-D geometry.< Less
THE COMING REVOLUTION IN PHYSICS By Samuel K.K. Blankson
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‘The coming revolution in physics’ is the authors latest monograph expanding his concepts and arguments about the misunderstanding and misuse of time in physics. Blankson argues that... More > since most of us accept that the earth-year is a valid unit of time, we have to accept, also, that time is necessarily discrete, since the year is only one unit of time that has to be repeated for time to continue. Discrete time cannot march, so history is not the march of time but of events. Also discrete time cannot curve, therefore the concept of ‘curved space-time’ by which time travel is said to be a ‘scientific possibility’ is false. By discrete time, the Minkowski 4-D geometry cannot reflect physical reality; and since his equation s=ct has sunk deep into physics, the philosopher thinks physics is heading for another revolution in the very near future.< Less
THE COMING REVOLUTION IN PHYSICS By Samuel K.K. Blankson
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‘The coming revolution in physics’ is the authors latest monograph expanding his concepts and arguments about the misunderstanding and misuse of time in physics. Blankson argues that... More > since most of us accept that the earth-year is a valid unit of time, we have to accept, also, that time is necessarily discrete, since the year is only one unit of time that has to be repeated for time to continue. Discrete time cannot march, so history is not the march of time but of events. Also discrete time cannot curve, therefore the concept of ‘curved space-time’ by which time travel is said to be a ‘scientific possibility’ is false. By discrete time, the Minkowski 4-D geometry cannot reflect physical reality; and since his equation s=ct has sunk deep into physics, the philosopher thinks physics is heading for another revolution in the very near future.< Less
THE COMING REVOLUTION IN PHYSICS By Samuel K.K. Blankson
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‘The coming revolution in physics’ is the authors latest monograph expanding his concepts and arguments about the misunderstanding and misuse of time in physics. Blankson argues that... More > since most of us accept that the earth-year is a valid unit of time, we have to accept, also, that time is necessarily discrete, since the year is only one unit of time that has to be repeated for time to continue. Discrete time cannot march, so history is not the march of time but of events. Also discrete time cannot curve, therefore the concept of ‘curved space-time’ by which time travel is said to be a ‘scientific possibility’ is false. By discrete time, the Minkowski 4-D geometry cannot reflect physical reality; and since his equation s=ct has sunk deep into physics, the philosopher thinks physics is heading for another revolution in the very near future.< Less
WHAT IS TIME? WHAT IS THE ORIGIN OF TIME AND THE SENSE OF DURATION? By Samuel K. K. Blankson
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The cosmos itself is not governed or regulated by time but by chance, so cosmology can never appear consistently logical. Time and regulation are human concepts. The ‘points and instants’... More > notion is no longer credible. Points are our basic intellectual tools since the instants arise through moving from point to point, making time discrete. A.N. Whitehead’s definition of time as “a sequence of non-interacting moments” is credible. Russell also said “There is no longer a universal time...” And Professor Eddington observed that time does not ‘flow’. The Minkowski 4-D geometry is seen as plainly false, and so time travel is impossible. There are no days in nature at all. There is only one constant day. All existence is daylight. The nights are freakish and irrelevant. The earth’s rotations are just flippant shadows over reality. Nothing in astronomy happens only by night and not by day. Logically deduced, time appears to be human and we can solve the problem of how it passes by, too.”< Less
What is TimE - What is the Origin of Time and the Sense of DuratioN By Samuel K.K. Blankson
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The cosmos itself is not governed or regulated by time but by chance, so cosmology can never appear consistently logical. Time and regulation are human concepts. The ‘points and instants’... More > notion is no longer credible. Points are our basic intellectual tools since the instants arise through moving from point to point, making time discrete. A.N. Whitehead’s definition of time as “a sequence of non-interacting moments” is credible. Russell also said “There is no longer a universal time...” And Professor Eddington observed that time does not ‘flow’. The Minkowski 4-D geometry is seen as plainly false, and so time travel is impossible. There are no days in nature at all. There is only one constant day. All existence is daylight. The nights are freakish and irrelevant. The earth’s rotations are just flippant shadows over reality. Nothing in astronomy happens only by night and not by day. Logically deduced, time appears to be human and we can solve the problem of how it passes by, too.”< Less
Past, Present and Future As Time In the Age of Science By Samuel K. K. Blankson
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It is well known that Einstein said the past, present and future syndrome is an illusion, and it seems many philosophers and scientists agree with him and his theory of secular time. The Ghanaian... More > philosopher, Samuel K. K. Blankson, provides his answers to some of these problems in his new book in support of the secular theory of time, including Past, Present and Future, Time Dilation, the Minkowski four-dimensional continuum, or 4-D Geometry, The Twin Paradox, The Clocks Paradox, Gravity, Entropy and Curved Space-Time which is said to make time travel ‘a scientific possibility’. It includes his new theory that time is life and life is time, and that without time there can be no life. The book is written in his familiar style of avoiding all technicalities. Moreover, he wants these and other “irritating topics” to be separated from the logical interpretation of time. He says not all of the mysteries of time can be laid bare, but that it’s secular he has no doubt.< Less
PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE AS TIME IN THE AGE OF SCIENCE By Samuel K. K. Blankson
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It is well known that Einstein said the past, present and future syndrome is an illusion, and it seems many philosophers and scientists agree with him and his theory of secular time. The Ghanaian... More > philosopher, Samuel K. K. Blankson, provides his answers to some of these problems in his new book in support of the secular theory of time, including Past, Present and Future, Time Dilation, the Minkowski four-dimensional continuum, or 4-D Geometry, The Twin Paradox, The Clocks Paradox, Gravity, Entropy and Curved Space-Time which is said to make time travel ‘a scientific possibility’. It includes his new theory that time is life and life is time, and that without time there can be no life. The book is written in his familiar style of avoiding all technicalities. Moreover, he wants these and other “irritating topics” to be separated from the logical interpretation of time. He says not all of the mysteries of time can be laid bare, but that it’s secular he has no doubt.< Less
PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE AS TIME IN THE AGE OF SCIENCE By Samuel K. K. Blankson
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It is well known that Einstein said the past, present and future syndrome is an illusion, and it seems many philosophers and scientists agree with him and his theory of secular time. The Ghanaian... More > philosopher, Samuel K. K. Blankson, provides his answers to some of these problems in his new book in support of the secular theory of time, including Past, Present and Future, Time Dilation, the Minkowski four-dimensional continuum, or 4-D Geometry, The Twin Paradox, The Clocks Paradox, Gravity, Entropy and Curved Space-Time which is said to make time travel ‘a scientific possibility’. It includes his new theory that time is life and life is time, and that without time there can be no life. The book is written in his familiar style of avoiding all technicalities. Moreover, he wants these and other “irritating topics” to be separated from the logical interpretation of time. He says not all of the mysteries of time can be laid bare, but that it’s secular he has no doubt.< Less

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