TIME: A NON-LINEAR MODEL

The Anthony Pitucco Blog

In 1996 a paper was introduced by Carl L. DeVito titled A Non-linear model of time and presented during  the International Conference on Modern Mathematical Models of Time and Their Applications to Physics and Cosmology, at the University of Arizona, in Tucson Arizona.  This paper posed an entirely different perspective from the usual assumption that time is a linear quantity in the sense that it is a uni-directional “flow” in an ordered progression from past to future without any substantive reasons, other than our overwhelming intuitive sense, that there could be any alternatives.  This linear model of time has framed our essential understanding of the creation and evolution of our physical universe and, in our modern perspective, it is also assumed that time may simply be considered an additional dimension of space within a space-time structure establishing the basis upon which the Special and General Theories of Relativity securely rest…

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