The Nature of Time: There Exists an Infinitesimal of Time Within Which Division is Impossible
|Title||The Nature of Time: There Exists an Infinitesimal of Time Within Which Division is Impossible|
|Author(s)||Peter F Erickson|
|Keywords||Infinitesimal, Time, Divisibility|
|Journal||Proceedings of the NPA|
Time does not move or flow. Neither is it a fourth dimension. It is completely independent of space, though both necessarily exist. It consists of infinitesimals, the instants. Each instant is discrete; it is here, then no more. Yet, it is continuous; there is no time that is not a time. Our consciousness of time does not come from the senses, but from memory. It is an innate idea.