Analyses about the Nature of Time

October 2019:  Capture everything, everywhere, for all time. Apply base-2 to the Planck units202 notations from the first moment of time to the Now.2

July 2019: Simple Math & Logic At Work In New Ways especially on the Nature of Planck’s base units, particularly Planck Time. It was a good homepage to engage, yet, one to be continuously updated.

December 3, 2018:  Our Quiet Expansion of a derivative finite time versus Newton’s Absolute Space and Time.  It certainly doesn’t seem like a good match up.  Many people have made fools of themselves contradicting well-established commonsense science. Yet the model had its logic, its continuity and symmetry. What are numbers? W hat is logic if it doesn’t flow here? We searched for a scholar who would tell us.

November 25, 2018:  Within a couple years, especially with others picking up the Rovelli-Muller mantra, it seemed that our little analysis, a very different point of view, should get some hearing, too.  So these insights and guesses about time were offered  It was not easy to transition to the concepts that all the notations are always active and intimately connected and there is only Right Now. What does that mean?

June 27-30, 2016:  Our first little analysis of time was a result of a conference, Time in Cosmology,  at Perimeter Institute in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. It all happened at about the same time Max Tegmark was proposing to retire the concept of infinity. On July 19, 2016, a nicely written piece about the conference, A Debate Over the Physics Of Time, was written by Dan Falk, as Canadian journalist.  The book, NOW: The Physics of Time, by Richard A. Muller, was also part of this convergence.  The working title for our page: Time Is Always Right Now, This Moment, No Past-Present-And-Future