Tag Archives: time

SCIENCE TIME vs OZ FACTORS TIME

Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Scientists at the Scientific Research Centre Bistra in Ptuj, Slovenia, have theorized that the Newtonian idea of time as an absolute quantity that flows on its own, along with the idea that time is the fourth dimension of space-time, are incorrect. They propose to replace these concepts of time with a view that corresponds more accurately to the physical world: time as a measure of the numerical order of change.

This view doesn’t mean that time does not exist, but that time has more to do with space than with the idea of an absolute time. So while 4D spacetime is usually considered to consist of three dimensions of space and one dimension of time, the researchers’ view suggests that it’s more correct to imagine space-time as four dimensions of space. In other words, as they say, the Universe is “timeless.”

It appears that so-called “scientists” are beginning to catch up with me.  Or maybe they finally read my book, THE OZ FACTORS, published in 1997, in which I made the following observations about time:

“HOW OLD IS “FATHER TIME”?

                Time is a subject that is far from absolute. The measurement of time is the activity of monitoring the movement of matter or energy particles through space. In order to establish the passage of time, one must establish an agreed-upon reference point for beginning the period of time to be measured. Then, the increments of measurement must be uniformly consistent throughout the period of time being quantified. This set of qualifying factors, however, applies only to the Physical Universe.

               Does time (as the Munchkins would say) morally, ethically, spiritually, physically, positively, absolutely, undeniably and reliably actually, really exist?

               Imagine that you are completely isolated, unable to observe any physical motion whatsoever–no sun, moon and stars, night or day. If you were isolated from your own body such that you could not detect any breathing rhythm or heartbeat or cellular motion of any kind to use as a reference point, would time exist?

               People who have been locked in solitary confinement, whether in a prison or in an isolation chamber, have experienced the phenomenon of “no time”.

               Since many people seem to have an innate, built-in time sense, or a “biological clock”, there may be a subjective awareness of time. But, even so, time is determined by measuring some motion in the physical universe.

               How can the dates of something for which you have no starting point be measured? How can the age of our planet, our galaxy, or the entire physical universe be determined? How can the age of something which does not exist in the physical universe, such as a spirit, be calculated? Logically, an arbitrary unit of measurement must be chosen. Then a particle or object which can move through space must exist. This particle would have to travel at a uniformly predictable rate of speed. The unit of measurement would depend on the magnitude or size of the motion of the particle relative to a fixed point in space, or a fixed point of view.”

— Lawrence R. Spencer, Author

Support independent publishing: Buy this book on Lulu.

WHERE DID THE TIME GO?

Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Even though I’m a “Child of The 60’s” I never heard the magnificent voice until today.  Where does the time go, indeed?  The decades since then have passed in the blink of an eye.  The centuries that have passed since 1960 BCE may have well have been yesterday.  The past is present in the ‘eternal now’ of our soul and only a memory of away from our senses.

Sandy Denny (6 January 1947 – 21 April 1978), born Alexandra Elene Maclean Denny, was an English singer and songwriter, perhaps best known as the lead singer for the folk rock band Fairport Convention. She has been described by Allmusic‘s Richie Unterberger as “the pre-eminent British folk rock singer”.

After briefly working with British folk band the Strawbs, Denny joined Fairport Convention in 1968, remaining with that band until the end of 1969. She formed the short-lived band Fotheringay in 1970, releasing one album with them (another unreleased album would surface some three decades later), before focusing on a solo career. Between 1971 and 1977, Denny released four solo albums: The North Star Grassman and the Ravens, Sandy, Like an Old Fashioned Waltz, and Rendezvous. She is also noted as the only guest vocalist on a Led Zeppelin studio album, when she shared a duet with Robert Plant for “The Battle of Evermore” on Led Zeppelin IV (1971).

Music publications Sunday Express, Uncut and Mojo have each called Denny Britain’s finest female singer-songwriter. Her composition “Who Knows Where the Time Goes?” has been recorded by many artists as diverse as Judy Collins, Nina Simone and Cat Power.   Unfortunately, Sandy was afflicted by drug addiction and died in 1978 after falling down a flight of stairs.

Although Denny had a devoted cult following in her lifetime, she did not achieve the mass market success that she sought. In the years since her death, her reputation has grown. A four-album box set entitled Who Knows Where the Time Goes? (1985) was produced by her widower Trevor Lucas and Joe Boyd and included many rare and previously unreleased tracks.  (from Wikipedia.org)

PRESCIENT ESCHATOLOGY

Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Yesterday-CubeSome years ago I undertook the study of a heretofore unknown “science” which I named  “Prescient Eschatology”.  Being the inventor and first practitioner of this new “science”, I endowed myself with the honorary title ofDoctor of Prescient Eschatology“.  My first action of “predicting the future” was that I would become a student and professor of this new philosophical / theological / ontological / logical discipline.  Although highly esoteric in nature, the subject has maintained a vast appeal to nearly all of humanity throughout it’s brief history on Earth.  Everyone wants to know the past and predict or create the future!

Pre·scient  /ˈpreSH(ē)ənt/ Adjective  — Having or showing knowledge of events before they take place.

Eschatology  (from the Greek eschatos/eschatē/eschaton meaning “last” and -logy meaning “the study of”, first used in English around 1550)  is a part of theology, physics, philosophy, and futurology concerned with what are believed to be the final events of history, the ultimate destiny of humanity.  In the context of mysticism, the phrase refers metaphorically to the end of ordinary reality and reunion with the Divine.

The most obvious point of departure for the student into the subject of Prescient Eschatology is the fundamental understanding that time in the physical universe is an “eternal now”.  For the practical purposes of my study I use the following definitions:

A)  Time is a measurement of the motion and change of position of objects in space within the eternal now of the physical universe.

B)   The future is a logical extension of:

1) volition (the act or power of making choices or decisions) and   2) momentum (the product of the mass and velocity of an object) within the eternal now of existence in the physical universe.

Therefore, if we want to predict, change or create a future we must understand and/or alter volition and momentum by any means that can be effected on them.  The means and methods of creating a future are nearly infinite in an eternal now of possibilities.

As for the “past”, time travel, changing the past, memory of the past, etc., these are a discussion of “subjective reality” or personal opinion.   The “past” is entirely dependent upon the experience and opinion (whether agreed upon or not) from the unique point of view of each individual observer of the motion of objects in space, i.e. time.  The study of “time travel” is the singular topic of interest for which I have become a member of the highly exclusive and secretive society: THE ORDER OF OMEGA TIME TRAVEL CULT.   Should anyone be interested in becoming a member of this highly esoteric organization, please inquire using the contract procedures available through this Blog.

Enjoy The Journey of The Eternal Now!

COSMIC CLOCK

Republished by Blog Post Promoter

TIME-VIEWPOINT

“Time is a subject that is far from absolute. The measurement of time is the activity of monitoring the movement of matter or energy particles through space. In order to establish the passage of time, one must establish an agreed-upon reference point for beginning the period of time to be measured. Then, the increments of measurement must be uniformly consistent throughout the period of time being quantified. This set of qualifying factors, however, applies only to the Physical Universe.

Does time (as the Munchkins would say) morally, ethically, spiritually, physically, positively, absolutely, undeniably and reliably actually, really exist?

Imagine that you are completely isolated, unable to observe any physical motion whatsoever–no sun, moon and stars, night or day. If you were isolated from your own body such that you could not detect any breathing rhythm or heartbeat or cellular motion of any kind to use as a reference point, would time exist?

People who have been locked in solitary confinement, whether in a prison or in an isolation chamber, have experienced the phenomenon of “no time”.

Since many people seem to have an innate, built-in time sense, or a “biological clock”, there may be a subjective awareness of time. But, even so, time is determined by measuring some motion in the physical universe. Oz Factors_LULU

How can the dates of something for which you have no starting point be measured? How can the age of our planet, our galaxy, or the entire physical universe be determined? How can the age of something which does not exist in the physical universe, such as a spirit, be calculated?

Logically, an arbitrary unit of measurement must be chosen. Then a particle or object which can move through space must exist. This particle would have to travel at a uniformly predictable rate of speed. The unit of measurement would depend on the magnitude or size of the motion of the particle relative to a fixed point in space, or a fixed point of view.

Here is a simple example: let’s imagine a theoretical COSMIC TIME CLOCK in which ONE SECOND equals ONE EARTH YEAR.Support independent publishing: Buy this book on Lulu.

If you counted the ticks of the second hand of this cosmic clock in “normal” time increments of 24 hour days, every day, how long would it take you to measure the recent history of planet Earth?

2 years and 22 days ago would equal the end of the Dinosaur Age (75 million BC)

1 hour, 14 minutes,6 seconds ago equals 2,450 BC– Egyptian Pharaoh Khufu

53 minutes, 36 seconds ago equals 1220 BC–Moses’ Exodus from Egypt

42 minutes 39 seconds ago equals 563 BC–Buddha is born

33 minutes 16 seconds ago equals “year zero” the calendar in use throughout most of the world, sponsored by Pope Gregory XIII in 1582

8 minutes 24 seconds ago equals 1492 AD, Columbus “discovers” America

3 minutes 40 seconds ago equals 1776 AD, the United States of America is founded

One human average lifetime (70 years) equals 1 minute, 10 seconds on the Cosmic Time Clock.

Time is a relative measurement of the motion of particles in the Physical Universe. The order of magnitude of the unit of measurement may vary according to the point of view of the observer.

To venture a guess as to the age of the physical universe, based on a supposed decay of matter is another example of “scientific theory” based on assumption and personal viewpoint.

According to some authorities, mainly from the non-physical sciences, such as philosophy, there is reason to believe that the physical universe may have existed for many trillions of years or perhaps for a nearly infinite period of time. However, since time is a relative factor, it’s importance as a tool for evaluating other information is also relative.”

— Excerpt from THE OZ FACTORS, by Lawrence R. Spencer