Time exists as a Spectrum of Rates of Time
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Future > Present > Past are separated upon a spectrum of Rates of Time, similarly to the way that stations upon the radio spectrum are separated by frequency rates. As the continuity of both these spectral phenomena are being mediated by electromagnetic fields, it is in this way that we are physically connected to the future and past, even though our atomic configurations seem to only exist in the exact present. Yet, just ahead and behind us in time, the future and past continually exist, invisibly hidden upon the spectrum of time rates in the quantum information flux that comprises spacetime.
The future’s time rate is faster, the past slower, but we only “converge” for a few nanoseconds into a continuous atomic form at our exact local present, with everywhere else being in the past. In this way, the present is a thin atomic standing wave in the continuity of time.
As everything possible is always happening at every locality, it is the rate of time at each local present that determines what is physically unfolding in front of us at each moment. That is why everything to come and to have passed in time is now invisible, because those events are not time-rate synchronized to the material present, even though all events and lives always exist now and forever in the continuum of information that flows from out of each singularity of spacetime. Thus, it is the rate of time at each singularity that determines what is future, present or past along the spectrum of time rates.
Our brain is a filter that can synchronize to any time rate and we call it thinking, and depending upon how quick of thought we are, we can see future things or we can just dwell upon the past.
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Published on Monday 2nd October, 2017 at 18:00:30.
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Berman, B. (2017). Time exists as a Spectrum of Rates of Time. PHILICA.COM Observation number 195.