### The concept of time-2

Let us find how we derived the current calculation of time.All we know from our 10th standard geography, that to calculate time and to have the businesses run logically throughout the sphere of the Earth.We have drawn imaginary lines,such as longitudes, latitudes, Internationale date line and the concept of G.M.T. These systems runs purely depending on Sunlight. Whenever The Sun comes directly on top of a longitude,the time assumed along that longitude is 12 noon,as it advances with the spin of The Earth to another longitude 15 degree apart from the first one and comes right on top of it,the time there is 12 noon again along with that later longitude. Here lies the concealed thread of present calculation of time.We have assumed the time taken in between, by The Sun to shower his lights directly on those two longitudes as1(one) hour= 60(sixty) minutes = 60x60(seconds) = micro = nano etc. etc.

When The Sun returns on top of the first longitude again,after one full circle revolution of Earth,assumed as 24 hours, a day. Normally we see it as from Sun rise to Sun set and from Sun set to Sun rise = 24(twenty four) hours.

Now what we get from here? Just stop your eyes for a while,and open the third one: you will see that our all powerful time is sleeping like an innocent babe in the lap of light, more precisely the speed of light.You may know that light is nothing but a continuous flow of photon particles at an astronomical speed. These par-
-ticles causes sensation to our optical nerves enabling us to see. In a lighter way you may say the greater the
photons absorbed by your skin, the darker you are,and vice versa for whites,So curse or praise thy photons for your complexion,since the more the reflected photons falls on your optical nerve the whiter you see.

Come to the point again.Time is purely dependent on the speed of light. But the spin of Earth? It's speed? This is also dependent on the speed of light,because the ultimate( not theoretically) earthly workable speed is the speed of light.All other earthly speed is relative to it in different methods.Beyond the speed of light, The Einstein's,The Hawking' s intervenes and only energies all the way no matters,I, we,you, they,cities, jungles,oceans,facebook,blog,tweeter,adsense,money everything everything.

So now it can be said 'the concept of time' is based upon nothing but the speed of the photon particles
(1,86000miles/sec) i.e.the photo i.e. the light.Lets take an example, suppose you are placed with your gold plated designer Rolex watch studded with diamonds in place of numbers, in such a place in the cosmos, where there is lights only with same intensity(lumens)throughout, or some where, there is only pitch black darkness no lights at all.Can your precious watch show time to guide your work? A loud no.
There will be only meaningless movement of the hands, no time at all. In that universe,what will happen to all the importances, myths of our concept of time, or what about the great Nesfields book of grammar?How will
you describe your age,without having no workable concept of time there?

I shouldn't fail to mention Kirti Mukherjee my fellow blogger,she rightly commented on my last post.If
i am not wrong to recall she commented 'this is an another universe,not known to us' right Kirti.I agree with you, but sure within the galaxies some where,some form, may be almost beyond our wisdom at present.Inspire me to think of that as all of you did earlier. It is you all, my fellow bloggers motivated me to publish this post, so quick to my standard.

The eternal quest of mankind(The thinker creature) ' to know the unknown,to see the unseen' brought us from tree tops to mansions,to facebooks,to adsense,to the need of money etc.etc. May be one day again it may lead us to somewhere sometime. Which we can, not even dare to imagine now,or dreamt off.

To the point again,normally our world are controlled by four dimensions viz. Length,Breadth,Width the simple three, the other looks very simple(but in disguise) is the 'time' my subject here.The most important one from any  stand point religious to scientific to philosophic or any known point.This works best in the frame marginalized by the speed of light. that is our known world. Some where I read, might be in Roy's blog
that'time has no dimension'. No my friends it has dimensions viz. 'time frames',at least theoretically now.

Our known world will become completely unknown, if we compare our concept of time relative to a time frame marginalized by a speed twice the speed of light.In this domain you may ridiculously find yourself
boarding a train running twice the speed of light at any given day at 4.0PM, and reaching your destination same day with your designer watch showing 3.50PM.no typing mistake actually 3.50PM.Ten minutes behind
This phenomena is called 'shrinkage of time" with that kind of astronomical speeds'.Reminds me A.G. Gardner's article'Old proverbs made new'. will you mind if I apply this to the proverb 'Time and Tides Waits for none'................Wait for next post and come back if you liked this subject, if so encourage me by leaving your valuable comment here. Thanks.

1. great post, but you need to speed up the photon a bit light is c=2.997925x10to the 8Th meter/sec or 300,000,000 meter/sec or 186,000/mile per sec: time is "=86,400 sec points /day for the most part time is reference frame of the event horizon of yesterday to the event horizon of tomorrow divided by the event horizon of the present. fun is it not

2. Thank you Roy ,rightly pointed out my mis take.corrected it.See, why I value you high on the list.

3. Very interesting topic to follow.

4. Thank you for visiting my blog and the comments.

5. Wow...this is a rather heavy subject to comment Nirupam. I am not as good as Roy and u, who are eager to calculate and have fun with math. As an economist I must say that time is important, because time and distance especially for small retailer like me, meant closely related with income earnings or money. Any how, this is an interesting topic to read.

6. exactly Neneng,this means like that to us also.This is an imaginary situation based on science.thanks for your fine comment.

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8. Nirupam, maths and physics were never my favorite subjects but your post is quite interesting and liked the phenomena 'shrinkage of time". Will read again tomorrow to understand it.

9. Nirupam - first of all I love that you mentioned me - LOL. But on a serious note interesting topic at the hilt this is. Like Sulekha I suck at math and science but even then the basic proposition amazes me. Really good one : )

10. OK so this was nice light reading first thing in the morning ( our Time here ) I think I need to go take a nap lol.
Very interesting, time travel has always been an interesting idea and ties in with your post. I will be looking forward to reading more. Thank You for waking me up lol

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12. great new look i can see what you wrote now, thank you. if you have the time i would like to hear your comments on my latest post. really like your blog it is easy to read now thank you.

13. Nice Post, It is amazing when you think of time in this matter but when I think of time to me it is the most precious of all. The time we spend with family and friends creating memories to pass on in time to loved ones is a gift.

Lisa
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14. hey Nirupam...i read this post or urs n it reminded me of all the lessons I learnt on Einstein's theory of Relativity.....as far i can recall i read that we don jus have 3 dimensions but multidimensions with one of them being time...n also ...the sheinking of not just time but dimensions of any object too if u view it from a different frame with differnt speed....also everything ranging from weight to size is dependent on the speed of light...n because any object's speed is negligible compared to that of light it seems to be constant...anyways its just wat i can recall....been years now....but hats off to u n ur dedication!!..to put in so much effort to bring forth such an interesting topic...n very informative too..
keep writing..
:)

15. Hi, this is my first time visiting and wow, what a post. I'm not mathematically inclined, either, but I think I understood that time is dependent on light, which travels in a continuum? Or not. I definitely will be back to see if I can grasp some more!