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  1. Time is an abstraction that describes the behavior of objects in space.There is really no time, but a sense of time passing, associated with movement.Time is a category of mind.

    Einstein in his General relativity smacks utter nonsense: not only does he not give any definitions of space and time at all, but he also claims that time can slow down or accelerate in different reference systems.That is, there is a certain gap in time between them, a pause, a space-time nothingness, a stop, an absolute absence of movement, and therefore the cessation of the existence of matter, energy, space, and the entire Universe.

  2. Asking such a question, which is already answered in many works of philosophers, scientists, and scientists, is a priori expected to get quotes or excerpts of texts.

    The concept of time is relative. Time is the speed of perception of changes in a relative object. Namely, the speed of information processing by the human brain. It follows that the human brain and its perception of the surrounding changes is considered time. Time, as mentioned earlier, is relative. Assuming we're not the only intelligent life form in the universe. Then there is a different perception in the same way, for example, the human race may exist for some beings for a few moments of their life, or a whole civilization of intelligent beings will have time to be born, develop and self-destruct in a couple of our minutes, and the perception of our time with them will be different. From more real-world examples, Artificial intelligence will perceive and process information faster than the human brain, for AI, a living person made of flesh and blood will be a sleepy snail, and depending on the computing power, one second for a person will seem like a couple of minutes for an AI. And even after the death of human civilization, the concept of time will continue to exist, although we will not measure it, for any creatures this concept exists, whether they are intelligent or not. From simple ones.

    Birth and death.

    Day and night.

    Winter and summer.

    Breeding periods.

    For most living beings, these will remain as segments of perception of changes, they will not be able to count and think about it like you and me, but this will not mean that time will stop for them. We can take another example: if our civilization was born at a more distant distance from the sun, for example, in the orbit of Eris, the perception of time in our civilization would differ from the current 561 times, that is, one day for them is equal to 561 days for us. Well, if our civilization was born at a close distance from the center of the galaxy, we could observe the rotation around us at breakneck speed of solar systems like ours, etc. Because the perception of time will be different everywhere.

  3. Good question! Well, let's start with the fact that the concept of “time” was invented by a person, since a person is intelligent, unlike other living beings inhabiting our planet, for example, an Amoeba does not distinguish between time and I do not think that it even knows that it lives on the planet Earth in 4 – dimensional space, just like a dog is probably a more intellectually developed creature. But there is no doubt that time exists and it flows and it is real. We all feel it, for example, when we get hurt and watch our wound gradually heal. This is called – time heals) Look at your watch – it is running, which means that time is running, and you go along with it, even if you are sitting still – you still keep up with the time, no matter how paradoxical it may sound), because you are in the same coordinate of reference with your local area (city), because time on our vast planet goes differently in different countries) I'm not even talking about the entire universe, because time is a broad concept for the entire universe! Not only for our planet and the reference system. This is the physics that puzzled me at one time) I've been thinking about this question for a long time

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