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Volume 23: Pages 330-332, 2010

Time is a measuring system derived from light speed

Amrit Sorli 1, Davide Fiscaletti 1, Dusan Klinar 1

1Scientific Research Centre BISTRA, Slovenski trg 6, 2250 Ptuj, Slovenia

In physics, the spatial distance d is a product of velocity v and time t: d=vt. Mathematical formalism x4=ict confirms that in special theory of relativity the fourth coordinate x4 is spatial too. x4 is composed of c light speed, imaginary number i, and time t that represents a “tick” of a clock. Time t obtained with clocks describes numerical order of material change t0,t1,t2,…,tn. Clocks are reference systems for measuring frequency, velocity, and numerical order of material changes that run in space. Time t as a component of x4 is the running of clocks in space. This view of time as a measuring reference system sees physical phenomena running exclusively in space and not in time. This view explains some recent experiments which confirm that time t of physical event can be zero.

Keywords: Time, Run of Clocks, Numerical Order, Frequency, Velocity, Light Speed

Received: December 24, 2009; Accepted: March 28, 2010; Published Online: April 29, 2010