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Why is time considered one 🕑 of the most unsolvable dilemmas of science and philosophy?


 Time or time is something familiar and intuitive to everyone, just like air and water, but did you know that understanding water and air is much easier than understanding time and time? And to be honest with you, there is no fully agreed upon concept of the concept of time and time, and it is considered one of the fundamental dilemmas in philosophy and science and all that we know exists And we feel its influence somewhat. There are many opinions and hypotheses, whether scientific or philosophical, that attempted to explain the nature of time.

  Hours are based on seconds, minutes, and hours. While the basis of these units of arithmetic has changed significantly throughout history. The modern international unit of time, the second, is defined by the electron transport of a cesium atom. But what time is it exactly?

  Physicists define that time or time is really a continuous evolution of events from the past to the present to the future. It is an immortal system, that is, eternal, that never changes because it is never possible to depart from this line. The past is gone and never returns. The present you live in it and every second that passes from your present enters into the category of the past. If you read this article, you lived the past, the present and the future, and time was not in the past within the dimensional equations until Albert Einstein added time as a fourth dimension of reality, and time is in fact not something we can see, touch or taste, but we can measure its passage.

Interpretation of the concept of time for Isaac Newton

  Scientist Newton's answer to the concept of time is perhaps the simplest and most short explanation: Newton interpreted the concept of time (Absolute time) as the absolute period or period of time that can be measured. This is one of the easiest explanations that people can easily understand. As he said in the letter: “The absolute, real and automatic time, with its own capacity, and from its nature it is, flowing steadily without any relation to anything external.”

 One of the confusing things in time and its association with physical and mathematical equations is that all physical equations work perfectly well, whether time moves forward to the future or back to the past, assuming that this is actually happening. However, time in our world has only one direction and no second, and this movement of time is scientifically called the time arrow. The question is why does not turn back time? It is one of the most baffling scientific and philosophical questions throughout the entire history of mankind, and no one has been able to provide an answer or a logical solution to this question, and the reason may be logical. Basically, we do not know what time is, so I do not realize that we know why it does not go back. 

The laws of thermodynamics may explain the nature of time

  One of the scientific explanations was presented, which says that our world is governed by several laws that can never be deceived or transgressed, and among these laws are the three known laws of thermodynamics:

Energy does not perish or arise from nothing, but changes from A to B form

The entropy of any isolated system is always increasing and not decreasing or returning.

The system entropy approaches a constant value when the temperature approaches absolute zero.

  The law that attracts attention during our interpretation of time and how it works can be linked to the second law of thermodynamics. If we consider that the universe is a closed system, then the entropy or the degree of turbulence can never decrease, but rather it is only increasing. In other words, the universe cannot return to the same state it was in at a previous point even if that point was one second backward. That is why time cannot be held back. In other words, you can never go back to the minute you clicked on this video to watch it. 

Time itself is relative and variable

  But until a period of history and in classical mechanics, time was considered the same everywhere. Synchronized clocks remain in constant agreement. However, we know from Einstein's special and general relativity that time is, in fact, relative. This depends on the observer's frame of reference. This can lead to time dilation, as the time between events becomes longer (expanded) as one approaches the speed of light. Meaning the last hour in the hand of a man sitting in the park drinking juice faster than an hour in the hand of a man traveling on a plane, and therefore the effect becomes more pronounced as the moving clock approaches the speed of light. So clocks on airplanes or on the International Space Station, for example, record time slower than those on Earth, and the Michelson-Morley experiment was a very strong evidence of the correlation of time with speed.

Time itself is relative and variable

    God Almighty prepared the human brain to track time in a miraculous and amazing way. The suprachiasmatic nucleus is a small part of the brain that controls circadian rhythms. It is responsible for generating sleep-wake cycles of approximately 24 hours. But neurotransmitters in the brain, drugs and drugs also influence perceptions of time. Chemicals stimulate nerve cells so that they are fired more quickly than usual, speeding up the perception of time. Whereas, decreased neuron firing slows down the perception of time. Basically, when time appears to be speeding up, the brain recognizes more events over a period of time. That is why we all know and experience that in the moments when you are very busy or happy, time is faster while in bored moments, time passes more slowly, slower and slower.

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The time of moments of happiness is different from moments of boredom

  And you must have felt that time slows strangely during emergencies or danger. Scientists at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston say the brain isn't actually accelerating. But the amygdala becomes more active. And this amygdala is a region of the brain that makes memories. As more memories form, it seems to the person that time has passed.

 The same phenomenon explains the question posed. Why older people seem to view time moving faster than they did when they were younger. Psychologists believe that the brain makes more memories of new experiences than familiar ones. Because fewer new memories are built later in life. It seems to them that time is passing more quickly. 

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  The question about the nature and concept of the precise time remained a confusing thing and it has no definitive answer, and many scholars, thinkers and philosophers were divided in the interpretation of this question, but the overwhelming majority agreed on two basic concepts of time:

  The first concept is called objective time, and this concept states that time is something outside the human subject, and this concept in itself is composed of two parts. The first part says that time runs in one line only forward and is called linear time, and the second part says that the movement of time is circular and it is called circular time .

Part Two: This concept viewed time as running in one line, and it was called linear time.

  The second concept of the concept of time is, in fact, the concept that is adopted as the basis for the modern scientific interpretation as it is more logical and rational. This concept states that time is something inside the human subject, unlike what the first concept states. In fact, the human subject is the one who created time and has no existence outside it.

  Some may ask, will the time expire? Frankly, the answer to this question is unknown. But what is known is that if the universe stays in eternal expansion, time will continue.

  I want to know your answer to this question, when will time stop? Put your answer in a comment.

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