In the sense that philosophy is a view of reality this little article of mine might be of interest. www.giwersworld.org/science/TIME/time.htmlTime does not exist until it is observed
This is a different way of looking at time. It does not change anything. This is not yet properly organized and may never be. I have come up with a different way of looking at time than is common. It changes little other than how existing physics is looked at. In considering time this way things make more sense to me than looking at it the common way.
It is a matter of unlearning the linear arrow of time, clock time and the idea of time travel introduced by HG Wells. This is fully compliant with relativity and classical physics. It may be a better way of looking at things like quantum entanglement because it now appears clear to me what is going on. I do find myself having fewer problems with the "impossible" things in quantum physics looking at it this way.
I do not have the advanced math and physics to make this into any kind of paper. I have forgotten most of my B.S. stuff. On the other hand, as it is just a different way of looking at what exists, I don't see the point of filling it with equations just to make it look impressive. Perhaps I am really just being lazy.
There is no time until it is measured.
I am interested in feedback if anyone wants to spend the time.
Warning: Seeing the incorrect assumption of HG Wellsian time has nearly ruined SF stories about time travel for me. I now see it as buying into the Wells model of time that lead to the paradoxes that were much of the interest of the stories. Now they have to stand on the merits of the story alone. Fortunately Continuum came along from Canada a few months ago.
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