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Time, written in Spanish-language original, shows how we discovered this time, and that this can not be relative, for the simple reason that the future is not real, does not exist.

Time, written in Spanish-language original, shows how we discovered this time, and that this can not be relative, for the simple reason that the future is not real, does not exist.

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  • Time Tiempo Tiempo Tiempo Tiempo Tiempo Tiempo Tiempo Tiempo Tiempo Tiempo Tiempo Tiempo Tiempo Tiempo This is an electronic translation of the original document written in Spanish language, we apologize if this differs from the original. Autor Arturo Raúl Cortés
  • Isaac Newton Isaac Newton is the greatest of British astronomers, also highlighted as a great physicist and mathematician. It was actually a genius to which we owe the discovery of the Law of Universal Gravitation, a cornerstone of modern science. He was one of the inventors of the Differential and Integral Calculus, and established the laws of mechanics. He managed to build the first telescope and reflection are also important contributions to the study of light. Isaac Newton was born on Christmas day of the old Julian calendar in 1642, corresponding to January 4 of 1643 of the new Gregorian calendar, the year that Galileo died. He was the posthumous son of a farmer, Isaac Newton, who died of pneumonia three months before, and Anna Ayscough, who came from a relatively wealthy family which had among its members, professionals and clerics. His birth was premature and for a while it seemed that would not survive due to their physical weakness. At the time of his birth Newton weighed only one kilogram and was said to be so small as to fit in a one-liter jug, however, was to become a robust and healthy boy. His mother struggled to push the family farm in Woolsthorpe, a hamlet about 150 miles north of London. Times were difficult, as it had begun a bloody civil war that would upset England for six years. The rebel armies of Oliver Cromwell and the parliamentary realistic Carlos Primero faced by the small villages. When Isaac was two years, his mother married a wealthy minister named Barnaby Smith, who did not feel any affection for the small, which I had no intention of taking charge. Reverend Smith was sent to live with his grandmother and moved with his new wife to a neighboring village. Consequently, Smith was very pleased not Isaac, who confessed to 20 years, in a letter in which they weigh their faults, have threatened his mother and the Reverend Smith to burn them all home and not very good omen of future that awaited the young man. Isaac Newton's education began in two small schools near the home of his grandmother Margery. His first years of study did not give very good results, and putting little emphasis on school activities and instead expressed a marked interest by mechanical toys. He grew shy and suspicious, with great difficulty interacting with others, characteristics that, over time, would be increasingly evident. At the age of twelve, was sent to continue his studies at King's College in Grantham, then populated it with two thousand or three thousand inhabitants. There he studied Latin and the Bible, but had little contact with science. The children loved the books and taking notes of everything that interested him, since filling thousands of pages of
  • notes, with a tiny point and orderly. The village of Woolsthorpe twelve kilometers far, so Isaac was established in Grantham throughout the school year, boarding at home of Dr. William Clark, the local pharmacist, whose wife was the mother of a friend of Newton. Clark had an attic full of science books that she loved the boy and read all sorts of chemicals to experiment with them. Besides, I had a beautiful stepdaughter, with whom Newton later had a teenage romance, the first and last of his life. Miss Storey was two years younger than Isaac, was educated and grew up together and it seems that Newton fell in love with her, although he was never declared. Always treated with great courtesy and preferred to stay at home with her to play with other children, who were too smart and weird. Later, I was going to look each time was in the field, even when she was already married and gave him a sum of money when she needs it. So here the story of the only love of his life. The fast Newton's mind was occupied during the four years he spent in Grantham. He could propel a cart turning around a while he sat on it and designed a collapsible paper lantern that used to illuminate the way to school in the morning darkness. In those years, near the town began to operate a windmill. As far as we know it is possible, that the young Mill Newton studied with as much attention as a model for replication in that it worked to perfection. Captivated by the principle of the sundial, he learned not only to calculate the time, but also the day of the month and predict events such as solstices and equinoxes. Was known for telling time by knowing the sun, but usually forget to eat filed, a trait that persisted throughout his life. Even the wind is fascinated. One day a great storm arose. As people sought shelter from the wind wise, young Isaac conducted what would later recall as his first scientific experiment. First jumped with the wind, then against it. Comparing the distances of the two jumps, he could estimate the force of the gale. When I was sixteen, his stepfather died and the boy returned home to help his mother, widow and again with three other children, in managing the family farm. Newton felt no inclination for the life of the field and never put your heart at work. Built a water mill on the stream - complete with locks and dams - while their sheep without a monitor invade maize fields neighbor. When he sent to look after the cattle, he sat under a tree and plunged deep into a book. The story goes that on one occasion he returned to the farm deep in thought, holding a
  • rope which had tied ido a horse. The animal had escaped without Isaac realized. Trading days to bribe a servant to handle purchases and sales, in order to pass the time occupied with new gadgets or reading. His curiosity was obviously a limit is not extended to agriculture. The Reverend William Ayscough, Uncle Isaac, he convinced his mother that he sent to Cambridge to study. His teacher, Mr. Stokes, who insisted that Newton's talents were being wasted at the farm, offered to host it in your own home. For 17 years, Newton returned to Grantham to prepare for college. At that time, the university was a privilege and few young people from the social Newton got to reach that level of education. When he was admitted to the prestigious Trinity College in Cambridge, was registered in the category of poor students, who were paid surveys in various domestic services, acting as porters, cooks or waiters and serving teachers. We also got some benefits with the small amount he received from his mother. None of these activities earned him many friends. In Cambridge, Isaac filled his solitude with the study. As in Grantham, was unable to hide their intelligence, and it had a very puritanical attitude common in those days, which most scholars had discovered the delights of the cafes and brasseries. Not satisfied with not these pleasures, Newton started a list of their sins, including "thoughts, words, actions and dreams dirty." The year was 1661. Copernicus did 120 years had shown that the Sun was the center of the solar system and not the Earth. Did 51 years that Galileo had announced that the planet Jupiter had four satellites, including discoveries made with his telescope. There was also a good number of years that Kepler had discovered that the planets do not move in circles around the sun, but in ellipses. But universities are still teaching physics and astronomy of Aristotle, which was already 2,000 years. The young man teaching himself the new philosophy and became an expert in astronomy and mathematics of his time. Newton did not, in its first year of study at Cambridge. But fortunately, had the valuable assistance of Isaac Barrow, a distinguished professor of mathematics, who was impressed with their skills and recommended him for a scholarship. The couple was preparing to start her graduate work when England was hit by bubonic plague, which took thousands of lives, especially in cities like London and Cambridge, whose filthy and overcrowded slums provide an ideal breeding ground for disease transmitted by rats. The university temporarily closed while his students fled
  • to rural areas less affected. Newton returned to Woolsthorpe, visiting Cambridge from time to time to use your library. Quiet on the family farm, began his powerful intellect to work in a wide range of scientific and mathematical problems, laying the foundation for a lifetime of achievement. At Woolsthorpe, days passed slowly, with the regular rhythm of country life. Issac Newton spent much time with her mother, but otherwise I was alone. There was nobody there with whom to discuss or exchange views and had very few books available to them. This phase of intellectual isolation, deprived of any kind of distractions, helped him pick up the threads of many thoughts and bring order to their ideas. Perhaps boredom played a part in the incitement of Newton to focus, almost obsessively, in some problems. He built the first functional version of a new astronomical instrument, the telescope of reflection, using a curved mirror instead of lenses to focus light. Developed a new and powerful branch of mathematics, Differential and Integral Calculus, allowing infinitesimal calculations to solve problems in physics and astronomy. Performed the fundamental work of his Theory of Universal Gravitation, which would describe in detail the movements of the planets around the sun and made his famous laws of motion. Newton developed his theory in the summer of 1666, when 23 years was only after seeing an apple fall from a tree on the family farm in the light of the moon. The young scientist was asked: "Why does an apple fall was always perpendicular to the ground? Why does not move laterally or upwards, but always toward the center of the Earth? Indeed, the reason is that the Earth attracts. If the matter attracts matter, that must occur in proportion to its quantity. Therefore attracts the apple to the Earth as the Earth attracts the apple. And the Moon, is also subject to that force? Does gravity extends throughout the universe? " When the apple tree that Newton's thoughts directed towards the idea of universal gravitation died in 1820, was cut in pieces, which were carefully preserved. If Newton had made known their discoveries would have been considered the greatest mathematician in Europe, but did not publish anything. Feared that the publication will give fame and restrain their privacy. Whether for that reason, inexperience or shyness, Newton did not publish their results and not discussed with anyone his discoveries. Two years later a report delivered to Barrow, who have published only twenty years later. Failure to promptly publish the results of their studies revealed very soon as a practice that over the years caused
  • him discomfort and endless controversy. Resumed his studies at Cambridge, obtaining the title of Master of Arts in 1668. The following year, Professor Barrow resigned the Chair of Mathematics Lucasi engaging in Theology and recommended Newton as his successor. In front of the chair, gave most of its optical and mathematical discoveries, but almost no one attended. He served this position for 26 years with great responsibility. Only left Cambridge for a few weeks during the holidays. posted to the Royal Society for the analysis and consequently was named the meantime, sent him to King Charles the Second reflector telescope he had developed. The King is a member in 1671. The following year he sent a report to the Royal Society on his study of light and colors. It received much criticism and, therefore Newton is retrajo more about himself and continued to delay for years the publication of the rest of their findings. The young astronomer and mathematician Edmund Halley visited Newton often, convincing them to publish their discoveries. Finally, Newton wrote in Latin the "Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy", rich in detail, with accurate tests based on classical geometry and its findings surprisingly rare in philosophy, mathematics and science. In 1687, for 44 years, he published this work, known as the "Principia", stating the results of its studies on terrestrial and celestial mechanics. There are three laws of motion that give rise to modern science of dynamics, which combined with Kepler's laws enabled him to formulate his famous Law of Gravitation. Newton developed a mathematically quantified explanation of gravity equal to that covered by terrestrial and celestial phenomena. Scientists of the time immediately recognized the importance of the work and then it rained honors. The publication of "Principia" wrapped him in his first dispute over the true authorship of his theories. The philosopher and physicist Robert Hooke, older, reported that Newton had stolen the idea that bodies attract each other with a force that varies inversely with the square of its distance. The accusation was unfounded, although it was true that Hooke and Newton had exchanged letters in the past. Hooke had even pointed out an error in Newton, which he never forgave him. The reaction to this accusation of plagiarism was unstoppable fury. Instead of posting a generous recognition of Hooke, which could have anything, Newton took the revenge of the manuscript book and deleted all reference to it was Robert
  • Hooke. Newton was shy, but it could be a fierce adversary. During the same year of 1687, actively participated in the defense of the University of Cambridge against the intention of King James II of England into a Catholic institution. After the Glorious Revolution of 1688, the university selected him as one of their representatives to the British Parliament. It then became friends with the philosopher John Locke and the two spent several hours discussing theological issues, especially the Trinity. Besides his interest in science, Newton also was attracted by the study of alchemy, mysticism and theology, channeling their efforts on the problems of Biblical chronology. In 1693, when Newton was 50 years, forget a lit candle and his dog did fall, causing a fire that destroyed their rooms in their manuscripts. This was plunged into despair, she had a nervous breakdown for some time and his mental faculties were weakened. The following year had already been recovered, but not again to engage in systematic research. Soon after, Isaac Newton was named Director of the Mint of England, a very well paid, so he resigned his professorship at Cambridge. Although it was rather an honorary position, Newton took it very seriously and made changes to the English monetary system that were effective for 150 years. If we exclude the two years of plague, had spent over thirty years between the austere walls of the university, strongly intense in regard to the study, but very poor at the individual level. One wrote that his assistant never saw Newton engaged in a recreation or pastime, and it was a ride, a ride or a game, because I thought that every hour devoted to the study was not a lost hours. Little involved in the life of the university; rarely eaten in the common room, and when he did, he could be with the wrong shoes tied, the clothes and messy hair disheveled, as if the other did not exist. Around it was only his students, very few, a few colleagues and friends who once came to Cambridge to meet him. The rest of their personal relationships were by correspondence. But even these friendships, enmities and of course, closely linked to scientific environment and referred to him in the intellectual level in the personal or emotional. Every so often went to Woolsthorpe, where he rediscovered the places of their childhood, their relatives, and especially to his mother when he died, in the summer of 1679, also happened to miss this point. With his death disappeared from his life and his heart was the only woman who managed to fill them.
  • Isaac Newton became president of the Royal Society in 1703 to 60 years, a position he occupied until his death. Based in London, he devoted his life to fulfill their work at the Mint and the Royal Society, their personal reading and study. In 1705 he was knighted by Queen Anne, was the first scientist who received this honor for his work. At the same time, there was the dispute with the German mathematician Gottfried von Leibnitz about the paternity of the Calculus. Leibnitz had invented the calculation on their own, ten years after Newton, but nobody knew because he had not published anything, so the German did before. The dispute over the paternity of that branch of mathematics was ugly. Newton and Leibniz spared no low blows, but Newton was the worst. All articles appearing in defending the priority of Newton himself wrote, signed with the names of his followers. Newton used his position as president of the Royal Society to appoint a commission "fair" to investigate the case. The official report of it, accusing Leibniz of plagiarism, was written in secret by himself. Not the death of Leibniz settles: Newton continued to launch attacks against his opponent at every opportunity until his own death. Towards the end of his life, Sir Isaac Newton was still attending meetings of Parliament, but often fell asleep. On one occasion, got up as if to speak. It was a profound silence. Attendees look forward to the words of the famous scientist, who took the floor for the first time, but only Newton asked to close the window because he was cold. For 82 years, due to health problems, he left London and moved to Kensington, where he spent his years of aging in the care of a niece, Catherine Barton, the daughter of a sister. Newton never married. His character Arisco, pedantic, and extremely religious was not made to attract female attention, and also never interested in women in particular. His biographers say he died a virgin. Its obvious misogyny, combined with an extreme puritanism, she could not even go to brothels. Isaac Newton died on March 31 of 1727, to 84 years, following a sharp deterioration of renal disease. His remains rest in Westminster Abbey. His scientific works are still influential today, almost three centuries later. Even today, when the Newtonian dynamics is seen as only part of the larger canvas painted by the Relativity of Albert Einstein, most of us still think in Newtonian terms, and Newton's laws are effective in guiding the spacecraft to the Moon and planets. When the son of astronaut William Anders asked him who drove the Apollo 8 spacecraft to bring it to the Moon, his response was: "I think Isaac Newton performed much of the
  • momentum now." The importance of Newton for the Western scientific thought is considerable. He is considered the father of classical physics, not in vain and his two major works, Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica (1687) and Opticks (1707) are taken as examples of Kuhn on scientific paradigms, as complete systems with components that were interpreted scientists' work further. Isaac Newton Of note is his greatest contribution as the introduction of a method: the laws are obtained by generalization through induction and mathematical analysis of the phenomena or systematic experiments, and are the only reliable basis of knowledge. Thus, the mechanics of Newton is the birth of modern physics, the apotheosis of the cause-effect relationship, which perfectly expressed by the phrase non Hypothesis Finger (no build scenario). Also noteworthy is the definition of space and time as absolute concepts, which are not plausible, nor defined by any physical process (which was an important part of their discussions with Leibniz), the design that prevailed in physics until the arrival of the Theory of Relativity. Index We include the definition in the dictionary of the following words. Science Time Constant Absolute Hypothesis Theory Experimentation Law Relative Fundamental magnitude Dimension Test Preface Article Epilogue Definition science. (Del lat. Scientia). 1. f. Body of knowledge obtained through observation and reasoning, systematically structured and those deduced general principles and laws. 2. f. Knowledge or erudition. Have much or little science.
  • Well be a science. Man of science and virtue. 3. f. Skill, expertise, body of knowledge on anything. The science of thief, the palace of man vividor. 4. f. pl. Body of knowledge concerning the sciences, chemical and natural. Faculty of Science, unlike the Faculty of Arts. time. (Del lat. Tempus). 1. m. Duration of the things subject to removal. 2. m. Physical quantity that sorts the sequence of events, establishing a past, a present and a future. His unit in the International System is the second. 3. m. Part of this sequence. constant. (Del ant. Part. Cur. Entered; lat. Constans,-antis). 1. adj. Consisting. 2. adj. That is consistency. 3. adj. In one thing: Persistent, durable. 4. adj. Continuously repeated. U. t. c. s. f. The irony is a constant in his work. 5. f. Mat. Quantities that have a fixed value in a given process, calculation, etc. all, ta. (Del lat. Absolūtus). 1. adj. Independent, unlimited, which excludes any relationship. 2. adj. In one view, a view, etc.., Or a desire and its manifestations: forthright, decisive, unequivocal. 3. adj. Whole, total, complete. Silence, absolute oblivion 4. adj. That exists by itself unconditioned. U. t. c. s. m. The Absolute 5. adj. coloq. Or dominant imperative of genius. 6. adj. Fís. Such a magnitude: that is measured from a zero value actually corresponds to the absence of the scale in question. Absolute temperature 7. adj. Gram. In a numeral adjective: cardinal. 8. adj. Quím. In a chemical liquid that contains no water or impurities. 9. f. Assertion in the general tone of safety and teaching. 10. f. coloq. Mil.) + absolute license. hypothesis. (Del lat. Hypothesis, and it's gr. Ὑπόθεσις). 1. f. Assuming something possible or impossible to get a result thereof. ~ Work. 1. f. Which sets as a basis for an investigation that could confirm or deny the validity of that. theory.
  • (Del gr. Θεωρία). 1. f. Speculative knowledge considered independently of any application. 2. f. Series of laws that serve to link specific order of events. 3. f. Assumptions whose consequences are applicable to any science or a very important part of it. 4. f. Among the ancient Greeks, religious procession. in ~. 1. loc. adv. Without having tested in practice. experimentation. 1. f. Action experience. 2. f. Scientific method of inquiry based on provocation and study of the phenomena. law. (Del lat. Lex, legis). 1. f. Rules and regulations constantly change and of things, first born of the cause or the qualities and conditions thereof. 2. f. Each of the relationships between the various elements involved in a phenomenon. relative goes. (Del lat. Relatīvus). 1. adj. Which is related to someone or something. 2. adj. That is not absolute. 3. adj. Not much, in small quantities or intensity. That case gave a relative importance. 4. adj. Arguably, could be called into question. Your opinion is very relative. magnitude. (Del lat. Magnitude). 1. f. Size of a body. 2. f. Greatness, excellence or importance of something. 3. f. Astr. Logarithmic measure of the relative brightness of celestial objects, which is greater the lower is its luminosity. 4. f. Fís. Physical property that can be measured; p. ej., temperature, weight, etc.. dimension. (Del lat. Dimensions,-onis). 1. f. Aspect or facet of something. 2. f. Length, area or volume of a line, or a body surface, respectively. U. t. sent on. Fig. A big scandal. 3. f. Fís. Each of the magnitudes of a set used to define a phenomenon. The space of four dimensions of the theory of relativity. 4. f. Fís. Expression of magnitude as the product of powers
  • of the fundamental. 5. f. Mus. Measurement of the bars. test. 1. f. Action and effect to prove. 2. f. Reason, argument, instrument or other means with which to show and demonstrate the truth or falsity of something. 3. f. Sign, signal or shows that there is something. 4. f. Test or experiment that is something, how to be in its final form. 5. f. Medical analysis. Preface Time Time is an article of analysis in terms of physical, written and designed for all people, with or without knowledge in this field, can understand in a simple manner without mathematical formulas, the reality of this magnitude and with This article be split into two groups, practitioners of physics, the first and the most interesting and genuine that call, scientists, and the second, the physical blackboard, they are those who have a university degree in such material, subtly usurping the place of science, they do this in a very simple, all you need is a gis a blackboard, a nonsense, and of course some mathematical formula, science uses mathematics, just as a tool to explain the facts of a real issue in this area, precisely because this is a discovery, or to validate any theory, either through mental exercises or experimentation. Article At the beginning of this article, we saw an account of Isaac Newton, and we did to this man as an example, and there is no better example that, without fear of mistakes, I can say that, it is considered the greatest scientist of all times. Science, the dictionary describes as the body of knowledge obtained by observation and reasoning, we could add, common sense and experimentation. Hypotheses and theories are not science, math is a very effective tool used in science, theories can be said that these ideas are
  • derived from conclusions, many of the great times, and other ideas are just not that vain deserve to be taken into account, individuals in particular, that the complexity of those ideas are usually made by scientists, such theories are a challenge for science, able, or disposable, this word, science has ido evolve, it is now in danger of being used again as a possibility, and be interpreted, science is not a possibility and can not be interpreted, that is not science, Isaac Newton, for example I never scenarios, and this is due that the scientist was a genuine, and showed that position, even to us at present, the example of what a scientist. One hypothesis the dictionary defines it as something possible assumption to make this a consequence, the hypothesis or theory to use as a basis for determining truth, not scientific, but it now seems, a scientific account of this fact is So who say that science is at risk again, because again, this already happened in the evolution of science, many times, but just put an example, and this in the past, that the word science was misused. In the mean age at the time of the December 14 in 1503, was born in the Province of Saint-Remy in Provence, Michel de Notredame, who became better known as Doctor insigne Nostradamus, who became a brilliant and outstanding, this spoke Latin, Greek, and Hebrew, and was remarkably brilliant in mathematics, creator of cosmetics and chemicals to preserve the fruit in the time of the Renaissance in France, when bubonic plague struck, this doctor says that with their ointments and save thousands of life science, unfortunately plague ended the lives of his family after that and almost certainly due to this catastrophe family, his analytical mind and his sanity somewhat scientific, were diverted by changing true science, for a false science, creating horoscopes, divinations, prophecies, and things that have nothing to do with science, which became popular to such an extent that even today, many read your horoscope, trying to guess what happen tomorrow. This brought him great popularity especially among the wealthy of his era, and with it material benefits, was the grandson of the King's doctors and his son Renato Duke Calabria and Lorraine. The fact that the fear of genuine science, take a spin in the middle ages is not unfounded, as many of the features to make this happen, are a feature, the main entrance is on the scene in the scientific area, the brilliant minds of men, with complex theories, backed up with mathematical formulas, which influenced the scientific community, so that even without these scientifically tested, are currently generating additional theories, based on theories This is absolutely incredible, the scientific community by universities worldwide, lessons are taught as if they were facts and scientifically validated. One of the most
  • important is the theory of relativity, Dr. Albert Einstein's work undoubtedly possessing a brilliant mind and many of their predictions and ideas have been tested scientifically, it must be remembered that of the above, it is not an infallible man, and his job is not all his ideas are correct. Time We have two positions in relation to the time the first of Isaac Newton, which led to the classical physics, to determine which time is absolute, and goes the same for all observers, making time a different dimension of space. And the second that of Albert Einstein, where time is relative, and not place the same for all observers, and where time is a dimension equal to the space, turning it into a coordinate tetradimensional, where time passes more slowly when the speed is greater. Consider what is the time, and based on that analysis to express an opinion and assume a position of time. The time is (time to time we may classify as an entity), of course not, because time is not, nor life, time is the sequence of events, which we measure, and that measurement system is a human invention, the problem arises when the time is confused and is labeled as an entity, this is how we discover the time, as this gives the false impression of being, as time was discovered, and came to light, with references, without these we could not be conscious of time, for example, if our planet is in another location in the universe, near where it was always lit by the two sides, in full, would not know night, the day would ever for us, and for this reason that we would not always enlightened knowledge of the stars and planets, since we could not see them, our days would be a constant, and our concept of time would not be the same, if not maybe we were not even aware of the time, perhaps not even measured, or perhaps measured in a very different, a result that would not have time or we could speak of different eras Our story would be very different, and also our knowledge, the universe as we know, not in our repertoire of knowledge, there would be no field of astronomy, we would not be aware of the rotation of our planet, in the end, another would be the history and evolution of human knowledge. But this is not the case, we find the time, thanks to the current position of our planet, thanks to which we refer to the day and night, the moon, the stars and planets, and thanks to these benchmarks, we developed a system with which we can measure in the past our ancestors as measured in different ways, with sand clocks, solar clocks, and some other forms, in our era, we started measuring it in the form of mechanical pendulum clocks, and more recently with digital
  • atomic clocks, and for this reason that the time can be measured, we can classify as a magnitude, the magnitude, officially use the second measure, (s), because these measures also invented a way to separate the time between incidents, names and events that occurred as past events that are happening like this, and facts that have not happened, but we anticipate that future will come as it is considered that this is made 20 seconds prior to this past and is considered as a future after these. Well as we discover the time and magnitude as scheduled, we invent a way to measure it, and determined as the second official action, past and present and future, as a division between facts, thus we conclude that the time is a measure, as a summary we can say that such a measure, designated as magnitude, is an absolute constant. Now analyzing the division of facts, we find that past events are made, are absolute in nature that can not be changed, which are behind, we can not go back in time and change, I have absolute facts are immutable, this has a different nature, which may change everything we do in this will have implications for the future and determine what is said in the past, which we know as history, the future, we can say that to some degree, we can predict but partially, and this can not be absolute because we can only vaguely predict will happen, so we can tell the future, and that if any certainty, an absolute, is that the future does not exist is non-existent. From this simple analysis we can determine that termination of Isaac Newton is right, because time is absolute, and that time is a human invention, and that the organization of things and ideas, and this only, as for human power to give meaning and direction to our lives. So far this analysis only considers the common sense of what it is, the time, but it can provide scientific evidence to prove that time is absolute, not relative, there are some which will explain in the form of mental exercise, below. Speed, this magnitude to be introduced in time, I think the confusion, and suggested that time is relative, a kind of elastic time, this idea is only a subtle intellectual trap, designed to fully aware and informed consent by Dr. Albert Einstein, in a cunning and daring, this theory was formulated, and well received, thanks to the great reputation he had at the time of submission, as the weather can vary in its measurement, characteristics as we measure time, this makes it possible, as this measurement of time is a human invention, but that it considered a discredit to increase his genius, in the form of ideas, because the relativity of time, the manner in which the theory says that happens, it is impossible, as we shall see below. The speed of light, so we know that speed is constant, unlike for example the speed of sound in the same way, the passage of time is constant, but in time, this magnitude,
  • we can modify it cunningly with merely to suggest, relativity, and modification time, it happens as a result. This is where common sense must distinguish between a genuine relativity, and a fictitious, false or better. Genuine relativity. Example, you do the following experiment with a person, this person will get you the name of Time, although the experiment is to this man in different planets, we know the weight is the measure kilo (k), the weight of the subject is changed in relation to the place where it is heavy, for example if a person is heavy here on earth, could be worth, say you weigh 100 pounds, and if the same individual is heavy on another planet, for example on the planet Mars, its weight will be different from that obtained here on earth, this is due to the amount of mass and size of each planet in particular, and the gravitational force exerted on the weight of the same so if the same individual, time is called, is heavy on Jupiter for example, we get a different value to the first two measurements, here is a prime example of a true relativity. This example of genuine relativity is the best example to show how irrational is the fact a mistake with a real physical fact virtual, and totally false, the reason for the difference in measuring the weight of this man, time, are well known to science, but for some reason assume that Isaac Newton never existed, and we do not know why a person weighs differently in the three planets on which we tested, this opens the possibility of a scientific genius, present the theory of relativity of matter in this theory the scientist presented his findings which stated that for some unknown reason the body does not weigh the same at different locations in space, and the amount of mass change as far from land. This would be an interesting theory to science, and would be very popular, but the reality of things that the person would call time, records a different weight in the three planets, but the amount of mass and structure is not modified in this Absolutely, because the reason for the difference in weight that is not in the same way that time is relative and can difference between measurements, for example watches, some on land and others in the space, different speeds, so the speed or severity of interference in any way is the true value of time, although at first glance this paresca otherwise. Here is a test that is supposed to test some of the relativity of time, this test is done J. C. Hafele and R. Keating, in the year 1971, the test consisted of several climb cesium atomic clocks on commercial aircraft, which flew for 40 hours and returned to the starting point, these
  • various tests were traveling somewhere to the west and further eastwards, to return found that the clocks were not synchronized in a few hundredths of a difference by thousandths of millionths of a second, and as such, Hafele and Keating, the only possible explanation was the theory of relativity of Einstein, the results of these tests were published by the journal Science in 1972. What can we say about these tests and for sure is that the atomic clocks do not operate in a synchronized fashion, under different circumstances, causes lack of synchronization at the end of this test are, altitude, speed, field terrestrial magnetic, differential pressure, temperature difference, or the combination of all these, that's the only thing you can try this test with any certainty. We reiterate the seriousness and speed can change the readings of the clocks, but can not modify the measure of time, because time is not an entity, has no life or existence itself, so the findings of these men to their evidence is misleading, because in the same way that the magnitude of the field was discovered by us, I have invented a way to weigh, so the time was discovered and cataloged in the same way as size, and like the subject, Time will invent a way to measure it. Unlike the matter can be considered an entity and not the time, but in neither case means that their real differences for change in their measurements, whether the force of gravity or the speed. Here, the paradox of the twins of Albert Einstein, this paradox is that two twins, one is left in the ground, while the other travels in space, the result of this paradox is that the twin on earth ages over this, In comparison to traveling through space, mathematically that is the result. What can we say about this mental game, or find that looking at the concept of time of Albert Einstein, this paradox is related to organic matter and living things, suppose that the twin paradox that makes the trip was in mind of Einstein, and the result is that in effect is predicted mathematically, this is not evidence that time flows at different speeds, as we return to the same place in the beginning, the time is not an entity that enters in the category of quantity, because we can measure it, and the system with which it is measured, is a system of human invention. The likely explanation to the child's age that are traveling, be closely related to how the living organic matter, under these circumstances weightless and super speed, but it is absurd to reach the conclusion that time can be elastic or relative. Of note in our species the human race behaves with a personality, and this is characteristic of us, whatever our academic preparation, with very limited knowledge, as may be illiterate or with a PhD in Physical Science, as to such personalities, we are able to put aside common sense, the truths of science,
  • cancel our analytical mind and continue to play such a personality. As we said, used the past present and future, to make the difference between events through time, in this twin paradox where the ground is aging more than travel, the relativity of Einstein opened the door to the possibility to travel into the future, the most interesting part of this nonsense, something that no one stopped to think that the future does not exist in time, as the future in the imaginary time is a sequence of events exist in the present tense, and because we say that Dr. Albert Einstein, I present this theory in a premeditated manner, fully aware, this is the fact that in this theory, past and future as a persistent illusion, he was a genius and such reason it is not possible to overlook the fact that the future does not exist, like the last, unlike in the past that we can consider as the true facts of history, which were recorded, but as I said before we are in a time where everything is acceptable and above all things extravagant, as the king's clothes and fabrics vain invisible, this brilliant set the precedent that anything is possible in physics, which sparked an uproar of theories, radicals, as is the antiparticle or the dark energy, there is a popular saying that says that things fall under its own weight, as in the field of physics, the space is not so, things in space instead of falling, thanks to the force of gravity attracting more. The speed, like the time and energy, are not entities, they have no life of their own, these are subject to the movement of matter, but listed as magnitude, because we can measure them, and as time discovered by the references visible, and the unit to measure, is a human invention, almost all things visible and moving, are likely candidates to measure their speed, such as earth rotation on its axis, the shifting of the earth around the sun, the speed is imperceptible in its path when there are no sudden movements, that is why until recently accepted that the earth is not the center of our solar system, according to the theory of relativity, time is relative, and in this case change in the measurement of time is directly related to another magnitude, speed, as a summary we can say that this theory assumes that the more speed less time, presumably believing that the maximum speed in universe is the speed of light, which we know as of about 300.000 kilometers per second, something we do not know is the speed of transfer of the universe, as this can not be measured because we do not have references, which are outside our universe, the fact that we do not know the speed of our universe as a whole does not mean he does not move, maybe not just movement but may also shift rotation to a parallel universe and more, and this in turn movement
  • is translatory. The speed of translation of our planet is 29.5 with the amount of speed we 2'544, 000 km in one day, a rate much lower than the speed of light, it is difficult to determine the exact age of our planet but we know that there is at least billions of years, or to determine the age of fossil organic matter is used to test carbon fourteen samples in no more than 60.000 years, this test is considered the safest and reliable to determine the age of something organic that has ceased to live, this way of calculating the time explain without going into too many details, but this way of determining the time, we can say that carbon Fourteen will cut to 6.000 years half, then the count is lower, or assume that our universe is moving and this is the translation speed of 3,000 kilometers per second, then our proof of carbon-14 that currently applied to date fossils, based on this speed is a translation of our planet around the sun, as he told of 2'544, 000 Kilometers per day, and the movement of translation of our universe as a whole is 3,000 kilometers per second, well, that will happen if we change speed translation of the universe, to 30,000 kilometers per second, common sense tells us that nothing, as the evidence of carbon fourteen give the same results as the way in which carbon is disappearing from the fossil is not nothing to do with the speed pass land, or the speed of translation of our universe as a whole, the disappearance of carbon from fossil disappear in the same way in both cases. Already made laws such as the laws of thermodynamics, but there was a law of the time, but we can say that the statements of Isaac Newton, in classical physics, on time, meet all the requirements for making a law, what is surprising is not yet done. Epilogue All the major problems in physics have emerged, to catalog the things that are not anything like some of these are Weather Energy Speed These three, which are not, it's entities. Author Arturo Raúl Cortés www.myspace.com / laboratoriokazumi The king is naked. The king is naked.