Miles Mathis Edit
I maintain that time is simply a measurement of movement. This is its most direct definition. Whenever we measure time, we measure movement. We cannot measure time without measuring movement. The concept of time is dependent upon the concept of movement. Without movement, there is no time. Every clock measures movement: the vibration of a cesium atom, the swing of pendulum, the movement of a second hand. http://milesmathis.com/time.html
Simon Prosser Edit
- there is no such thing as time passing.
- which one of your experiences is the experience of time passing
- could we build a machine that detected the passage of time
- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/J._M._E._McTaggart A-series and the B-series