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International Journal of Physics. 2017, 5(5), 154-156
DOI: 10.12691/ijp-5-5-2
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Time Definition

Osama Khalil1,

1Alexandria 21648, Egypt

Pub. Date: September 09, 2017

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Osama Khalil. Time Definition. International Journal of Physics. 2017; 5(5):154-156. doi: 10.12691/ijp-5-5-2


For Isaac Newton, time was separate from space and was considered to be a single line, or railroad track, that was infinite in both directions [1]. In addition, in the flat spacetime of special relativity, observers moving at different speeds will have different measures of time [2] since the time shrinks in the state of speed of light that was for Albert Einstein. In addition, I showed that time is inversely proportional to momentum [3]. However, the contraindication between Newton's theory of time and Einstein's special relativity is not resolved. Here I show that Newton's theory explained time in relation to the creator and Einstein's theory explained time for every other individual. If time is inversely proportional to momentum, so time is direct proportional to static, but how events happen in the static state without motion? Everything in the universe is rotating about something else until you reach the only completely static thing in the universe that generates time to the whole universe. It is concluded that time is the creator and the creator is time. This proves the immortality of the creator. There is no one is immortal other than the creator which proves his existence.

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