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What is time? Time comprises the volume of all space, in fact, space is the volume integral of all time, from the start of the universe until its ending, were that to occur. The atoms of time are the orthogonal oscillations of the permittivity and permeability properties of this time volume, which are capable of propagating energy down a chain of oscillations as light waves. Thus, the velocity of the propagation of time is the (inverse square root of the cross product) of these density properties. They represent the capacity of electric and magnetic fields, mu(sub-zero) and epsilon(sub-zero), to transfer energy through the time volume, thus, C, the speed of time.
Next, there is a virtual structure to this time plenum and it is holographic. That is how it is able to display one iso-temporal “frame” of the present at one local moment (one “dt” brane sheet at a time). Its holographic display is textured by, and is played out by, the presence and motions of all the gravitational “points” out there in the sky, thus illuminating the individual facets of each local “present”. It is the role of the intensity of black holes to “illuminate” to us a background to our present, that is, a “stage” upon which to play out our Shakespearean roles in time’s grip.
The brains of living things decode the “timing” of the myriad oscillations of the time plenum’s structure, revealing the complexity therein. It is done by the massively parallel structure of the brain, particularly at the synaptic switches that feed timing information to the neurons, resulting in thoughts being collated and extracted from out of this God-given hologram. Thus, the brain is a temporal diffraction grating that reveals all the “colors” of thought, just as a prism reveals the colors hidden in white light.
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Berman, B. (2016). The dual nature of electromagnetism, Part 2. PHILICA.COM Observation number 100.