miércoles, 30 de octubre de 2013
Is Time Really a Dimension? Aristotle & Einstein
By traversing the evolution of time's construction from Aristotle to Einstein this article pin-points the interpretive assumptions which have inherently dismissed the possibility that time is the result of a 'physical' quantum interaction for the favour of a dimensional definition. Being able to account for the empirical success of the dimensional description, if time were a physical quantum interaction, this paper holds that thermodynamic theories of time need not bridge the gap between Einsteins B theory of time and the laws of entropy, but rather have full right to revisit a new theory of time altogether.