“There is no such thing as time…”
Perhaps this morning in my post-Tom Brady flu-like condition wasn’t the best time to read There Is No Time. There Never Was and There Never Will Be. For those of you smart enough not to click on it, here’s a timeless excerpt:
“One might say that when we better understand consciousness we will better understand time. Consciousness is the formless, invisible field of energy of infinite dimension and potentiality, the substrate of all existence, independent of time, space, or location, of which it is independent yet all inclusive and all present. It encompasses all existence beyond all limitation, dimension, or time, and registers all events, no matter how seemingly miniscule, such as even a fleeting thought. The interrelationship between time and consciousness from the human perspective is limited, when in fact it is unlimited.”
The article goes on, seemingly endlessly like that, but then stops in time to attribute a summary to one Julian Barbour.
“there is no such thing as time”
Hmmm… Maybe that’s Why It’s Time to Evaluate Your Timekeeping System…
For a clearer take on no time, George Carlin tells time…