It is well known that Einstein said the past, present and future syndrome is an illusion, and it seems many philosophers and scientists agree with him and his theory of secular time. The Ghanaian philosopher, Samuel K. K. Blankson, provides his answers to some of these problems in his new book in support of the secular theory of time, including Past, Present and Future, Time Dilation, the Minkowski four-dimensional continuum, or 4-D Geometry, The Twin Paradox, The Clocks Paradox, Gravity, Entropy and Curved Space-Time which is said to make time travel 'a scientific possibility'. It includes his new theory that time is life and life is time, and that without time there can be no life. The book is written in his familiar style of avoiding all technicalities. Moreover, he wants these and other qirritating topicsq to be separated from the logical interpretation of time. He says not all of the mysteries of time can be laid bare, but that it's secular he has no doubt.As important as it is, if gravity affects any clock then such events should be interpreted like the clock paradox, since it is ... as mankinda#39;s most logical theory of time (since we learnt that time is neither general nor absolute and that it does not runanbsp;...
|Title||:||PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE AS TIME IN THE AGE OF SCIENCE|
|Author||:||Samuel K. K. Blankson|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2013-12|