There are many concepts about time. Linear time is one. Relativistic time, in which each object experiences linear time, but not all at the same rate, as time varies when one is traveling at speeds close to the speed of light, is another.
But in philosophy and religion, there are many other notions of time, and many of those are not linear at all. In anthropology, Eliade's Myth of Eternal Return is one model of non-linear time.
by Rafini6 years ago
Is it possible that Pangaea was the Garden of Eden - until the second sun burned out and created the moon, and the earth began losing time due to only having one sun? That could be why the earth's rotation is...
by buckleupdorothy6 years ago
Is liberalism relativistic or universal?
by somethgblue5 years ago
My question is, could our perception of what linear time is, be what is actually coming to an end?Could it be that what everyone thinks of as the end of time, is actually they way in which humanity perceives of time? To...
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