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Old 12-24-2017, 07:28 AM
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Originally Posted by bistander View Post
Where (and/or when) would you (or anything) be in a non-gravity system?

Perhaps at (or just beyond) the edge of the Universe.
But at that point, what's the point?
O.K. So maybe time doesn't exist outside our universe.
So what?

I think I get it.
You're saying time exist everywhere.

Time exists only in gravity systems.
For example: we live in Earth gravity-time system.
Depends on gravity-mass and its speed every gravity system
has its own gravity-time.
Without gravity-matter we have system that was called
'' absolute spacetime'' - SRT.
In this system the ''time'' is frozen - no ''time''.

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