Archive for September 4th, 2019



As to why one cannot travel in the meter or more precisely whether the action before the action caused the action?

Before time immemorial there was not time
but neither was there nothing,
everything existed
but without the potential to be anything else
entropy was absolute.

Energy came into this material existence
embuing matter with potential
and only two rules
1. Energy changes the potential of matter to do work but energy doesn’t change
2. Any change in potential is irreversible / once a thing does a thing it cannot do the exact same thing again.

The cascade of events whereby energy changes the potential of matter
What we call time

an illusion where
the particulate and energetic change in the caesium atom
is measurable through observation

One cannot travel in time because time is simply a single state observation of a series of unrepeatable changes in the state of matter

Schrodinger said that is you had perfect infromation about the current state of every piece of matter, physics would allow you to predict the future because the patterns of change are predictable. So predictable that the patterns form irriversible and infinite palindromes in mathematics.

Since energy doesn’t decay,
is then the production of matter cyclical or is matter, the space in which it exists and the time taken to change it finite?