hpdrdoom
Why cant we expand time ?

My idea - When time is expanded the total no.of entropic disorders occurring in a point of time slows down its speed in that particular system. But this slow down of time can only be seen by a person from outside the system. For a person inside the system can't experience this dilation because the person inside the system along with the particles and the disorders happening in that system are on the same "Time line".
sonoran sundown
QUOTE (hpdrdoom+Jun 19 2012, 05:22 AM)
Why cant we expand time ?

My idea - When time is expanded the total no.of entropic disorders occurring in a point of time slows down its speed in that particular system. But this slow down of time can only be seen by a person from outside the system. For a person inside the system can't experience this dilation because the person inside the system along with the particles and the disorders happening in that system are on the same "Time line".

There is no expansion dimension to time, that's why not.

Time is a property of matter and it passes at rates inversely proportional to the speed of discrete objcts. When we can control the speed of an object, we can control its time rate and make it pass faster or slower, but how would you expand time?
hpdrdoom
Expansion of time is really simple.

TIME: it is the total no.of past entropic sates observed in a system.

Now if we decrease the speed of the disorder happening in the system it means that the time is also decreased....Simple right? This is what i meant
Blackout
But dude, isn't that just how we perceive/measure time in order to get as accurate as possible? I'm just thinking that we would actually distort normal timeflow by making our measuring devices inaccurate?

No offense man, I'm just trying to contribute to your theory

-Blackout
sonoran sundown
QUOTE (hpdrdoom+Jun 19 2012, 07:16 AM)
Expansion of time is really simple.

TIME: it is the total no.of past entropic sates observed in a system.

Now if we decrease the speed of the disorder happening in the system it means that the time is also decreased....Simple right? This is what i meant

There is no "normal" universal time that we could control because tme is a property of individual discrete matter. Besides, how would you change the speed of entropy? We've tried, to no avail. We repaint, restore, protect, and all else we can to stop objects from aging, yet still they do it.

Blackout
Eh, I was supposed to say "wouldn't" instead of would.
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