## Wednesday, June 1, 2016

### The Moment of Now – Recapping Time

TIME: Many of the difficulties which we encounter in our attempt to understand the operation of the natural laws arise because of our severely restricted concept of the nature of time. Time follows the same curve of natural law which is apparent in the operation of all the basic factors of nature, and again the radius of that curvature is measured by the quantity C. Follow the example in StarSteps which puts us in a unique position from which we can, from a single point in time, observe ourselves occupying three rather widely separated positions in space.
SPACE: The degree of separation which exists between any two bodies is determined by the degree of curvature of the natural laws which exist between them. In making observations, of course, we must remember that, since the natural laws are relative, the mass of the body itself influences the degree of curvature

Another View:

Published on May 31, 2016

In mainstream physics there is no objective understanding of ‘the moment of now’ the nearest we have of an understanding is represented in the theory of relativity by these light cone diagrams. The moment of now is represented by the apex of the light cone with the past represented by the lower part of the light cone with a possible future represented by the top part of the light cone. Space and time are at right angles to each other with time being in the vertical axis rising up through the light cone and space being represented by the horizontal plain. But the theory of relativity can never give of a complete and objective understanding of ‘the moment of now’ because there is no cause and effect in relativity. In relativity matter tells space how to curve and space tells matter how to move. There is no present moment that causes the future to unfold there is just a beautiful geometrical process. But in a new theory called ‘Quantum Atom Theory’ the Universe is explained as a continuum of continuous energy exchange or continuous creation with a future coming into existence relative to the atoms of the periodic table. In this video I am going to try and explain this using the light cone diagrams of relativity.

Time is distance in space - there is no separation

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