Not sure if this goes here, but this is some info on time. Maybe not some, just read it all:
Time. Most people think time is the “thing” that keeps us on schedule. But it’s much more than a clock with twelve numbers on it. Time is not an object, but a thing all around us which keeps every single thing across the universe and beyond, running. This report is filled with interesting facts that you probably never knew such as: a)A person has actually not been connected to time b) Some people think time is an illusion c)Much more. And with that said, here begins my report on time.
What is Time?
Time, by definition, is the measuring system human beings use to separate events. Also, time is an order on everything in space and beyond. Why does it have two meanings? Because everyone has different perspectives of time. Some say both, one, two, or none of the definitions. Time has a lot to do with space. Because a lot of things in space represent time, such as wormholes, black holes, infinite dimensions (at least believed so), atoms and much, much more.
Did you ever wonder how your watch is set to an exact time in the exact place you’re in? Well, sorry to say, it isn’t. The most exact clock in the world is in Greenwich, England. There, there are machines which measure atoms movements. The machine calculates the time for the whole world, not just where you are. This is called The IAT, or The International Atomic Time. It was based off of Coordinated Universal Time, which tracks the time on the surface of the Earth. Some newer cell phones even match IAT. But IAT doesn’t set the time for the entire universe. See, when gravity attracts objects it also attracts time.
Space and time
When gravity attracts time, it makes time slow down. And mass has gravity. So imagine a black hole. It sucks in sound, light and time! And the bigger the black hole, the slower time gets. Say you were in the black hole. You would talk, blink, and do everything slowly. But you would be sucked in very fast. Wormholes also have to do with time. Wormholes are almost bridges linked to other space times. According to Steven Hawking, a theoretical physicist, and Albert Einstein, wormholes open and close every zeptosecond and were more tiny then a strand of hair. Albert Einstein predicted that if we were able to open up one of these wormholes, we could travel back in time. This lead to the Suicidal Theory. It’s basically a story with a questioning ending. The story goes like this: A man loads a stun gun. He has figured a way to open a wormhole. He looks behind it, and sees himself, loading the gun. He then stuns himself half way through loading the gun. But here comes the puzzling part. If he was stunned, who loaded the gun? This question has baffled physicists everywhere. He couldn’t have shot the gun because he was stunned. But then he would be alive because he didn’t get shot at. It’s a paradox. A paradox is basically a loop, it keeps on going. But even before that, there’s a problem. That’s what Steven Hawking says. He says that you can’t go back in time. Maybe he’s right. But that has to do with time travel, the next section………..
Steven Hawking set up an experiment to find out if you could go back in time. Here’s what he did: He wrote an invitation to himself to a party. Sounds crazy, right? Then he gave it to his friend and said when time travel exists give this invitation to me. Note: There’s one rule in time, and that is that the future is existing right now (At least most believe so). Right at this moment, I maybe 16! His invitation was set to the present. So, in theory, his future self should have come to him. But, he didn’t. So, in conclusion, going back in time doesn’t exist. But he never said anything about going forward in time. Imagine yourself on a train. That train goes on a track that goes around the Earth. Now imagine that train going faster than the speed of light. Pretty cool train, huh? Well, besides the fact that you would be super scared, you would go forward in time. But I would be careful not to go and find your future self. The process is kind of hard to understand, but the outcome is dangerous. Imagine a million different memories coming at you at once! Your brain would overload!
• String Theory states that there are multiple dimensions in which time is the same with slight changes
• Some people think time doesn’t exist
• Sir Isaac Newton believed that time was a big circle that revolved with god
• The Meridian Line of the Earth crosses through Greenwich, England
Paradox: 1) The following sentences are true. The previous sentence was false.2) What happens when Pinocchio says his nose will grow not grow? 3) Mom says Dad is always false. Dad says that’s true.
From The Start
When do you think time started? 100 B.C. Not likely. A day back? Nop. Scientists have narrowed it down to two choices: Before the Big Bang or during the big bang. Some people say that since time moves in zig zags according to Tenense Mckarna. So it may have triggered the Big Bang. Then time would have spread all across our starry home.
There are many questions about time. Will we build time machines? When did time start? What does Pinocchio have to do with time? And believe me, some of those questions will never be answered. Or will they????????