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  1. Beyond time and matter, according to the Vedas and scientific discoveries, there is antimatter, which is also called the spiritual world. Many scientists believe that the antimaterial world is the opposite of this world. Back in 2002, at the European Center for Nuclear Research (CERN), physicists first extracted a tangible amount of antimatter – about 50 thousand antihydrogen atoms. Scientists study antimatter, but their knowledge of the antimaterial world is very limited. The famous scientist Stephen Hawking in his book “The Shortest History of time” said: “Perhaps there are entire anti-worlds and anti-humans made up of antiparticles.”

    In Bhagavad – Gita 11: 32, Krsna says that He is time. Srimad-Bhagavatam (3.29.45) says: “Eternal time has no beginning and no end. It is the representative of the Supreme Lord, the creator of this prison world. Time causes the destruction of the manifested world, it performs creative functions, causing one living entity to be born from the womb of another, and destroys the universe, destroying even the lord of death, Yamaraja.” The idea that the universe was created from antiparticles after the Vedas is shared by some scientists. This is illustrated in the book and film “Angels and Demons” by American writer Dan Brown. The diminishing antiparticle of the Veda is called Anu-brahman (Spiritual particle, God particle).

    In the antimaterial world, time is only in the “present”. In other words, the time there is real, that is, it is eternal. The time of the spiritual world can be called “anti-time”, or the cause of time in the material world. In the Brahma-Samhita (5.56) it is stated that time in the antimaterial world is eternally present: “Forever in the present-divine time, never even for a split second suffering from the alienation of the past or the future.”.. Almost no one in this world knows that place — only a very few saints, and they know it by the name of Goloka.

    Real science and real religion are two sides of the same coin:)

  2. From the point of view of physics, time cannot exist without matter and space. This means that there will be no matter, no space, or both outside of time.�

    In general, time is a change of matter in space. If time runs out, then there won't be any changes in space.

    So there will be nothing outside of time, or there will be another time that we can't imagine.

  3. Time is just a word, a sign, a discourse. We are used to talking about changes in this way. This is a convenient (short, CONVENTIONAL) way to say “at 21:00” instead of “when I see the sun set” (or “when the hands of my watch are perpendicular”).

    Time (the belief that time exists) – the main cause of human anxiety. We are used to thinking that time is the cause of death. Therefore, beyond time is nirvana…

  4. Beyond the limit of time, there is a limit to the curvature of space, maybe time is this curvature, because in space there are other clocks, except for gravity and anti-gravity. I can assume chiyo is beyond the time limit of aether.

  5. pain vacuum of brain biomaterial, pack of brain biomaterial… other matter does not feel the passage of time…only the brain, not necessarily the human brain

  6. Since time characterizes events occurring in the universe, theoretically only static, non-changing objects can exist outside of time. Whether static objects actually exist is a separate question. I believe they don't exist. The reason is the lack of any functionality for the entire system (Universe). The absolute static nature of an object would mean that it never interacts with any other object in the universe. Roughly speaking, we wouldn't even be able to touch it, let alone put scientific experience on it.

    However, there is another option. Theoretically, outside of our Universe with its time, there may be other worlds with their own reference systems. Here, however, the situation is similar – as long as (if) our systems do not interact, there are no other worlds for us anyway.

  7. Although time does not have a clear definition, we can say that time is a characteristic of speed (tautology!) changes in physical processes, so the phrase “beyond time” itself has no lexical meaning, “beyond” has meaning only in relation to a finite space.

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