An independent study of time and relativity. This work is the secondary objective of a general and independent study of ‘time’ and relativity, the other work, primitive relativity is the main objective. Square of time is the simplest form of mathematical ‘time’ or relativity, however, it’s main purpose is just a study of ‘time’ and to contrast and support primitive relativity which is philosophical ’time’. The main or obvious connection between the two websites is ‘time’. There is nothing in the both of these websites that is not ultimately credited to Albert Einstein! By this I mean that the relativity of primitive relativity would not work without Albert Einstein’s theory, as in ‘time’ and the generic terms ‘relative’, ‘relatively’ and ‘relativity’ would be meaningless without it. Therefore, the hope is that primitive relativity if anything would simply add to Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity. I believe that primitive relativity is an application for Albert Einstein’s theory. To reiterate, I am only hoping to propose that there is a case for an ‘primitive’ relativity. Formula: A = BT² B = A/T² T² = A/B Where: A = small magnitude time length B = large magnitude time length T² = small time magnitude square Notice how A = BT² formula coincidentally matches E = MC² formula. Like I said all of this belongs to Albert Einstein. What is square of time? Square of time is CAPITAL T². Not small t! Small t is a length or a dimension. CAPITAL T or T² is a magnitude of time, not a dimension. Although I have no other experience T or T² seems to me the best way to understand time. It is certainly the simplest. The point of orders of magnitude. Why does a square of time exist? Surely it would not exist without orders of magnitude? There is no better way to use orders of magnitude of time than with square of time or maths and time. It gives them an excellent use. What else is the point of orders of magnitude for time? What is the point of square time? Square of time is relativity for laypeople like me, how else can laypeople like me genuinely practice, perform or exercise any form of relativity? Special and general relativity are too advanced. I am clueless! I mean I have never heard of any simple exercises with E = MC² that laypeople like me can practice, however, there are literally infinite exercises of A = BT². You can work with any time you like such as Mayan time or Martian time. Square of time is also “ahead” because the mathematics and formulas are very quick and they are always one step “ahead” of you, therefore, you have to think one step “ahead” in order to workout the questions. How does relate to First of all, the obvious connection between them is ‘time’. Secondly, there is no morality in scientific relativity such as E = MC² and nuclear energy etc, in fact there is obviously even no morality in simple maths and time relativity such as T², however there is morality and even forgiveness in primitive relativity. ‪How is primitivism linked to relativity?‬ ‪The further you go back in ‘time’ the more primitive life was and animals (such as humans) were, therefore the more innocent they were relatively. For example in the 1980s we had no internet or mobile phones and we did not understand smart things like FaceTime and Spotify, therefore we were much more primitive and innocent in the 1980s than the 2020s. In the 1980s we could only imagine that a video call would be something like out of Star Trek or the Aliens films, we had no idea it would just be an app called ‘FaceTime’. And music to us was simply cassette tapes, we could not even imagine that one day music would be ‘streamed’ over the internet, in fact we would not have even understood what you meant by ‘streamed’ or the internet. This is primitive innocence! I even remember when compact discs or CDs came out, we were all amazed by them, we never really thought it would get any better. This is primitive innocence! Therefore, imagine how primitive and innocent Victorian, medieval, ancient and prehistoric people were! Prehistoric people were so primitive and innocent they could literally get away with rape, murder and cannibalism etc. Therefore, ultimately (and nipping things in the bud), primitive relativity and primitive innocence are the theory that sinners such as Adolf Hitler, Jeffrey Dahmer and Jimmy Savile can go back in ‘time’ relatively to a more primitive period to seek acceptance and forgiveness. For example, if Adolf Hitler went back in ‘time’ hundreds of thousands of years could he have “relative innocence”? See Question 24. What has relativity got to do with crime? Time! Crime and sin are relative, because greed, theft, rape, child molestation, murder and cannibalism were relatively no sweat with primitive animals and prehistoric man, this is because prehistoric man was primitive and old, in that he had no infrastructure, technology or medicine etc and that he came from a much more ancient and different ‘time’ period. For example, slavery was relatively more acceptable in the ancient and medieval periods. Therefore, the only issue with modern crimes is that they are anachronistic, in that they are out of place or in the wrong ‘time’, this is why they are so ‘relatively evil’ compared to the sins of prehistoric man such as Homo antecessor. Also obviously there is the connection that criminals have to serve ‘time’ in prison for their crimes or sins. For example, if Jeffrey Dahmer went back in ‘time’ tens of thousands of years could he have “relative innocence”? See Question 25. Also when I work on maths and time, I become unbelievably fundamental, mathematical, secular and scientific and I forget about artistic and philosophical matters. In the past I have stated rational things like: “Time is not spiritual or divine.” “Do not seek spiritual enlightenment, seek time intellectually.” “Never listen to electronic beats all you need is a ticking clock.” I am still not sure whether to believe the top two statements as I have taken a dislike to the spiritual and divine, I prefer ‘time’ and the secular and scientific. However, I definitely do not now believe the third, as DJing and electronic music are simply beautiful and hip in a way science can never be. If you like you can listen to my mixes on Finally, even primitives such as prehistoric man understood small t which is normal counting or lengths as in basic numbers like 3 rocks or 3 rocks times 10 equals 30 rocks and 3 rocks divided by 10 equals 0.3 of a rock. However, counting time behaves differently, with CAPITAL T² or relativity, 3, 30 and 0.3 are exactly the same. (And 3 could potentially equal anything else for that matter). Common knowledge? Obviously it’s known that time is a magnitude, but I personally have never heard it said before that “time is not dimension, it is only a magnitude”, people have always told me that time is the fourth dimension or a kind of dimension or kind of a length, however, this investigation shows that real time or relative time is never a length or a dimension, it is only a magnitude! For such a simple formula, I am surprised that it is not very common knowledge indeed. Why didn’t I know? For example, 3 seconds is also obviously 30 deciseconds and 0.3 decaseconds, however, the difference between 30 and 0.3 is a square of the order magnitude of time as in 100 ds² and this is T². In physics time is called a scalar quantity as opposed to a vector quantity, but it gets advanced quickly, where as to understand time properly, even a child can do it with T². Example. A very simple example: t = 3 seconds T^1 = 10 ds T^2 = (3 × 10) / (3 / 10) = 10² = 100 ds² A = 3 × 10 = 30 deciseconds (ds) B = 3 / 10 = 0.3 decaseconds (das) Note how 30, 3 and 0.3 or A, t and B are all the same length of time, just different magnitudes. It is as if real time or relative time is never actually divided into say 30 decaseconds or 3 seconds as it is also 0.3 of a decasecond. Time is therefore whole, one, eternal, relative and a magnitude. Equipment. You need a calculator that converts decimals to fractions to practice mathematics and time. I recommend the Natural Scientific Calculator. Natural Scientific Calculator by Stultus Studios Pty Ltd. Occasionally a very powerful calculator is needed to calculate long numbers. PCalc is recommended. PCalc by TLA Systems Ltd. Requirements. There are just a few very simple things you need to know to practice maths and time. You can learn them all in seconds. 1. Orders of magnitude (time). As in attosecond (as) and exasecond (Es) etc. The above link is used for quick reference. 2. Scientific notation. As in 2.3855886103 × 10^13 For ease of writing and although unorthodox: X = 2.3855886103 3. Understood k. The unit of time is always the number plus the decimal. We will take minutes (m) for an example: m = 65/4 = 16.25 k is always the whole number part of the unit of time in question, (as opposed to the whole number plus the decimal or just the decimal) and although unorthodox, k is an ‘understood k’ in that it is the k of the unit of time being subtracted k or the k of the decimal being added k. Taking the above example using minutes (m): k = 16 The division is always the decimal part of the unit of time for example again using the minutes (m) example above: s/60 = 1/4 or 0.25 Therefore, m = k + s/60 = 16 + 0.25 = 65/4 = 16.25 A typical example: s/60 = 1/4 s/60 is the decimal of minutes. k = m – s/60 = 16 This means that the whole minutes (k) equals minutes (m) minus the decimal of minutes (s/60). Note k is usually chosen by you at will or at random. m = k + s/60 = 65/4 = 16.25 This mean that minutes (m) equals whole minutes (k) plus the decimal of minutes (s/60). Another example with days (d) and hours (h), let’s say: d = 82319/3456 Hence, h/24 = d – k = 2831/3456 This means that the decimal of days (h/24) equals days (d) minus whole days (k). Note how d – k is another way to say h/24. h = (d – k) × 24 = 2831/144 This means that hours (h) equals days (d) minus whole days (k) multiplied by 24. As noted above d – k is another way to say h/24, therefore (d – k) times 24 equals h. Note how the unit of time (h) is encoded in the decimal (h/24) of the previous unit of time (d). k = h – m/60 = 19 This means that whole hours (k) equals hours (h) minus the decimal of hours (m/60). Ok? 4. Basics rules of exponents. As in when you multiply two exponents you add the exponents. X × 10^13 × 10^6 = X × 10^19 And when you divide two exponents you subtract the exponents. X × 10^6 / 10^13 = X × 10^-7 That is about it! Question. A simple example of a square of time: (ORDERS OF MAGNITUDE AND EXPONENTS) B = A/T^2 = X × 10^4 Ms Note: the only clue in the above problem is the unit of time, as in megaseconds (Ms). Therefore, what are the magnitudes of T^1, T^-1, T^2 and T^-2? What are the powers n of X × 10^n for A and t? Answer: T^1 = √(A/B) = 10^6 μs T^-1 = √(B/A) = 10^-6 Ms T^2 = A/B = 10^12 μs² T^-2 = B/A = 10^-12 Ms² A = BT^2 = X × 10^4 × 10^12 = X × 10^16 μs t = A/T^1 = X × 10^16 / 10^6 = X × 10^10 s Note: square of time is all about the exponents. Is unit time an inverse square? Go to for more complex questions. It is not a waste of ‘time’.
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