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If time cannot be measured effiiently, does it exist?

Time is the only varriable which one cannot change. Sure there are seconds, minutes, hours, etc. but how can you be sure that time is constant or that it even exists in the first place
Question asked by: anonymuss

Asked on: 03 Feb 2009

Time is inextricably linked to space and is just another dimension. In fact it is not static and unrelated as many imagine but changes and is variable - the dimension of time can contract or expand relative to others depending on our speed and frame of reference.

Thus if you look at the theory of relativity you will see that time is just as real as any dimension of space.

By: knowitall
Replied at: 09 Feb 2009
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