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Everything around you has already happened. While Time continuously exudes from out of every possible spacetime singularity, our surroundings spontaneously become the past. Coming from out of each atom, the actual present exists for only a small percentage of Time, while all spacetime exists forever as the future and past, in a perpetually modulating temporal structure.
The atom is the agent of change as well as a perpetual motion machine. Conserved properties are the observables that demonstrate this. Swirling electrons within each atom, as well as all electromagnetic waves, are forever oscillating between the immediate future and past, passing back and forth through the ephemeral present. This mechanism of Time allows for fleeting inputs of energy, which then become changes of momentum, resulting in a continuously new universe. The width of the “present” is so narrow that change can only be implemented in extremely close proximity through exchanges of electromagnetic energy. The present would then seem to exist as various forms of photons.
In order to morph into life forms, compatible atoms will have coalesced into physical closeness where they are nearly of the same “gps time-place”. This can be observed during fertilization; it is the basis for all forms of life. It is also being realized in the mental detection mechanism of the brain.
The brain is the only massively parallel structure in the universe where interconnected cells are in such close proximity that they can detect and decode the mental phenomena that are taking place within the very narrow, fleeting present. The brain is also capable of manipulating the probability popcorn existing within the narrow present, by providing minute inputs of energy into this first face of the immediate future, resulting in minute changes of momentum being cast out into our environment. For all these reasons, Time could be said to comprise everything.
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Berman, B. (2017). The Essence of Time - Extract from an impending book. PHILICA.COM Observation number 160.