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|You do realize that *time itself is not quantifyable and may not exist in fact. That is to say time as a physical element and that your statement is as meaningless as the Behe pseudo quantity 'irreducable complexity'?|
I understand time to be just another dimension like the three spatial ones. This is the lesson from General Relativity. Each point in Minkowskian Geometry (Minkowski was one of Einstein's teachers) consists of four complex coordinates.
Things get interesting in Minkowskian Geometry. For example, the shortest distance between two points isn't a straight line. This is what happens in the Twins Paradox, it becomes a geometry problem. The space traveling twin takes a shortcut.
All of this might be just an interesting mathematical exercise except for the scientific verification. Flying planes East and West around the Earth shows General Relativity (i.e. Minkowskian Geometry) is reality. Special Relativity was incomplete. The universe has an inertial frame of reference with time just being one of the four dimensions.
The EPR paradox (which has become a given quantum property) demonstrates interconnected effects over space/time. When merged with General Relativity, the effects cross both space and time.
If time is a “qseudo quantity” then so is length. You may not want to know my opinion on the alleged existence of “particles”.
Bringing all the sciences to bear to the fundamental question of consciousness suggest explanations that we otherwise wouldn’t consider. For example, interconnected effects across time and space.