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The Notion of Quantum Time
Aityan, Sergey K. (Lincoln University)

Títol variant: La noción de tiempo cuántico
Data: 2012
Resum: This paper introduces the concept of time as a count of a count of changes or events that set up a local “clock” in each system. Time does not exist without changes in the system and every system runs its own local time. In interaction, systems generate a sequence of interaction events that are being added to the internal pool of events in each system. Any observation is made with the local time of the observer system and changes the observer’s local time by adding observation events to the observer’s time count. Local time in any "nite and closed system is "nite and obeys the saturation principle due to limitations of the event counting capacity of the system. Traditional continuous time is just a convenient approximation for the enormous number of events occurring in our world that set up our local “clock”. !e event-based approach does not conflict with modern physics but proposes a new view of the fundamental notion of time and brings us one step closer to understanding the world in which we live. The greatest mystery of the notion of time is that there is no time at all.
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Llengua: Anglès
Document: article ; recerca ; publishedVersion
Matèria: Temps ; Espai ; Matèria ; Hora de l'esdeveniment ; Temps quàntic ; Time ; Space ; Matter ; Event-time ; Quantum time ; Tiempo ; Espacio ; Materia ; Hora del evento ; El tiempo cuántico
Publicat a: Ontology studies, Núm. 12 (2012) , p. 303-328, ISSN 1576-2270



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