is time relative or absolute

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If only !! If time were any particle, body, event, or object, I would show it to you and say that look, this is the time. So that not only you would have easy to recognize the time. Rather, you would be able to find out more about him. There are many misconceptions about time as time is abstract. Today we will try to understand those illusions in detail one after the other.

The myth first: is time absolute or relative?

As you mentioned in our previous article "A Brief History of Time".I had read Not only speed but time is also relative, we will try to understand the statement in detail. In today's article, we will also discuss speed being relative. Because motion is a fundamental property of the universe and secondly, being relative to motion, you will be able to understand the meaning of being relative very well. As we all know that whether we talk about any physical quantity whether we have length or mass.

We cannot tell their exact value at once without criteria. And secondly, we want to find the length or mass of any person/object/animal, etc. that person, As the distance from the object or animal increases, it becomes more difficult to determine the true value. That is, to measure length or mass, a meter scale/lace or scales are required respectively. So what's the big deal in that like other quantities, speed and time are measured, relative? Did society find it very difficult to know/understand this thing? Because after all, there is a need for a measure of length and mass, that is, we measure the length or mass of a person, object, or animal relative to the parameter.

So what's the big deal in being relative to speed and time? Is this the same meaning of being relative to speed and time? Measures the length or mass of an object or animal. So what's the big deal in being relative to speed and time? Is this the same meaning of being relative to speed and time? Measures the length or mass of an object or animal. So what's the big deal in being relative to speed and time? Is this the same meaning of being relative to speed and time?

Is this the only meaning of speed and time being relative that the measurement of speed and time is known to be relative on the basis of parameters? We express speed and time by which units? If not, then what is the point of being relative to speed and time?

Of course, it is not meant to be relative to speed and time. Then what is the meaning? Does this mean that there is no need for a single standard to measure speed and time? Rather, speed and time can be found separately with respect to each object or body? Yes, speed and time are known to be different with respect to each object or body. This is one meaning of being relative to speed and time. So then the units of speed and time have no meaning? The human race has defined seconds, minutes, hours, days, and years. So is it all in vain? No, it's not like that either. In fact, the biggest contribution of the zodiac is that there should be harmony in the transaction and communication in the human race. That is, the entire human race should come to the same conclusion regarding any incident and differences should not arise between them. Units are needed for this. Can science make this possible? Has he done the same thing with the measurement of speed and time? This is exactly what happened with the measurement of speed and time. The entire human race is one opinion, that is, their conclusions about motion and time are the same.

But when we are bored, time seems to be longer. When we are happy time seems to be short. When we are in a hurry, time seems to be fast. Time seems to slow down when we are waiting for someone. When we are sad, time seems to be dead. When we are in pain, time seems to be the end. Then how is it possible that science has united the entire human race about the measurement of speed and time by calling speed and time relative? Rather, science should have allowed motion and time to remain absolute. So that everyone would have the same standard. Everyone would get the same result. As a result we all remain one opinion.

The reality is that speed and time are relative. Therefore, the speed or time of any other person, object or body relative to the person, object, or body is obtained differently. The results are different, but the conclusion is always the same. Of course, everyone remains the same. How is this possible? Let us discuss it. Before that, we want to tell these three reasons, due to which the illusion of motion and time being absolute arises.

  1. The universe lacks an absolute plane. That is, the universe is dynamic.
  2. Motion is a fundamental property of the universe. As a result, every particle, body, man, etc. are all moving. That is, there is a complete absence of rest in the universe.
  3. The earth's surface is very large relative to man and at the same time, the gravitational force of the earth keeps man bound. So that the Earth, its atmosphere, and humans are accelerated with the same velocity. As a result, man gets the impression of a pseudo-surface.
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