ultimate question....i dont undastand it whats ur views?
ultimate question....i dont undastand it whats ur views?
its assumed that time began just after the big bang, as before the BB there was nothingness.."apparently"
so 1) after the big bang as it took 'time' for everything to have been created
however, in the argument that clearly God made the Big Bang, then surely 2) time was always there as was God, after all God timed his creation
but i guess it would be wise also to figure what time is.. after all we see time according to the clock humans constructed..
time means different things in different places in the universe nahmean?
peace.. knowledged thread-start
its hard to imagine 'nothingness'.... i used 2 think that time just repeats itself but that wudnt really make sense..
time is just one of those ultimate questions that are impossible 2 answer but interesting to see other peoples views
Iv never thought of the question "what time is" that makes it easier 2 understand rather than thinkin of clock time
time is time we made the term time
so time to us is clocked
but on how ery thing is startd is impossable to tell
no one knows...no one will never know
thier are theories thats it
prolly went down like this
alians constructed earth and we see one and we call it god
lets face it
we are not the first planet born
thier billions and billions of planets that prolly befor earhs time
life prolly existed billions of years ago on a diff planet
we destroyed it and we moved on to this
we are slowly destroying this so we will hav to move on to another
u will never know untill u die then u will see if thier was a god or not
then askem this
if their is a god u meet when float u away from earth
lmao the big bang is hilarious to me
Genesis is hilarious to me....
The concept of time is man made. The theology of time is man made via religion. The reality of time lies outside of the scope of our understanding.... that is IF time, itself, is real.
Even our relative time is contextual. Various peoples of the Earth use various calenders based on many variables. The Gregorian Calender, for instance, is one of the LEAST accurate measures of time because it is a solar based calender as opposed to more accurate lunar calenders.
The Mayans had one of the most accurate calenders of them all. Their calender says time runs out in 2012, or at least the end of 'these times' will come.
Only a few can fathom what this means.
Time is a relative construct.
true.. the meaning of time and its origins are varied from culture to culture and belief to belief..
however it can still be argued when time began...
i mean its easy to say time exited forever.. however..when did time numerically start in terms of time "0"
was there a zero in time??
if not..then surely time existed forever..
and..assuming time does not exist and is an illusion, well truly this has to be proven as time is a basic element of nature..
time is seasons/its clocks/calendars etc...
Time is what we assign it to be. And there may not have been a beginning to 'everything.' Maybe 'everything has been everything' the whole time.... different forms.
In other dimensions does time exist as a dimension?
String theory? Relation to M theory? All theories, but possibilities.
If there are other dimensions where time is not applicable, does that mean that time does not exist, or only in the context that we know?
Or do human beings lack the understanding to truly grasp the concept of time?
peace i understand.. in fact time becomes grasped material in a black hole as an example.. suggesting that there are powers to control time.. if its controllable is somebody controlling us through using time?? hmm ok that was random.. but an example of extremes of time..
but you are also correct we make time what it is as evident on earth and how diffrent people have done with it.. however.. this does not exclude or lessen the gravity of the fact that time has substance either way...
the question of where it is rooted..? well lets start on why it is important.. the importance makes us draw closer conclusions on how and where it would come from..
when you try to comprehend space...like outer space..and think about how far away stars are and shit, you'll start to realize that maybe time doesn't even really exist..i mean light travels at 186 miles per second....thats pretty fast and then consider how alot of the stuff we can see from earth are LIGHT YEARS away. the human mind cant even comprehend going that far away for that amount of time...
just think about space..for all we know space could be INFINITE...there's no top or bottom of space..it is infinite...if you want to think of time on a universal scale, instead of a human scale or earth scale or Sun scale or whatever, then time doesn't even exist....
why because its the most likely theory? not assuming u specifically believe in the alien shit or intelligent design but those 2 things are man made "theories" based on nothing, at least the big bang theory has some science behind it and has the chance to be prooven possible unlike that other crazy shit....if u believe in intelligence design then your not too intelligent, your just lookin at the bible way way too deeply, as in you believe its true and not a fairy tale based on keepin people in line and under the helm of the powers that ran the world 2000 years agoQuote:
Originally Posted by Bone Collecta
Infinity is considered a measurement because it is a man-made construct. Measurement itself is derived from man-made mathematical concept. Therefore, measurement is a method of relative comparison.
But, infinity cannot be considered a measurement because we cannot visualise it outside the realms of human concept. Infinity must be an absolute, thus Time must be an absolute.
Take an object, a pen sitting on the desk. Under the rules of measurement, you can see where the object begins and ends. However, there is in fact no beginning and no end to this object because "beginning" and "end" are all human conceptual creations and nothing more. Whereas you see the pen as finite in measurement, it now becomes infinite. But the fact is, it has not just transformed - it was infinite to begin with and always is.
This same idea can be applied to the concept of Time.
there is no such thing as time
Time doesn't exist.
focused energy... Everything on has symetry, the big bang theory is feasable in the sense that is the most logical scientifically, but really think about it, this big bang, would've come from what? magnetic forces spinning particles till they collide rye, but where did thes magnetic forces come from and these particles, who put them there?
hmmmm, religion or science - either way some force or God would have had to create something...
next question,... what came first the chicken or the egg??