tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4005750306801645234.post4368488050455243514..comments2024-09-14T23:45:59.807+02:00Comments on Spacetime and Geometry: 2.5 Differential formsUnknownnoreply@blogger.comBlogger1125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4005750306801645234.post-78493699320793215502021-09-29T19:05:36.908+02:002021-09-29T19:05:36.908+02:00I discovered a new simple time formula. As it is k...I discovered a new simple time formula. As it is known, every simple<br />physics formula explains a law of nature. My formula says, ‘In a<br />physical event there is always as much time as the energy amount. That<br />is, “The more energy there is, the more time there is.'’ And vice<br />versa. Please can you evaluate my website and<br />articles? my website timeflow.org and three articles,<br />https://magneticuniverse.com/discussion/307/timeflow-theory-by-salih-kircalar<br /><br />Special Relativity Theory (SRT) equations revealed that mass and time are<br />proportional.<br /> t / t' = m / m'<br /><br />My 'Timeflow'='Time'/'Energy' Formula makes a small but important<br />contribution to this. It expresses that the relation of mass to time is equal<br />to the amount of mc2 energy of the mass, which is 9x10'16 s or<br />2,851,927,903.26... years for 1 kg of mass outside the gravitational fields.<br />Very small free particles in space must be observed by organizations such as<br />NASA or ESA, only then my proposal will be verified.<br /><br />In addition,The flow of the thought energy intensity in our brain is<br />body pain, unhappiness and boredom, joy, happiness and love,<br />sleep, and finally death, respectively, from high energy to low<br />energy. At the moment<br />to sleep, if we had a good sleep, our thought energy is very close to<br />zero or zero. When the energy flow intensity increases in our brain,<br />according to the 'Timeflow Formula (Timeflow=Time/Energy). The<br />timeflow will slow down. As the energy density (power) decreases, the<br />timeflow will accelerate. In the case of sleep and death, the timeflow<br />will be infinite. The timeflow formula explains very clearly and<br />simply that this situation, which is perceived as psychological time<br />is actually a purely physical event. I think it would be very useful<br />for psychology experts to evaluate the 'Timeflow' Formula and the<br />philosophical interpretation of the formula.Salih Kırcalarhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/09139981612504665019noreply@blogger.com