Time and the New Science

Apr 6, 2016 | Education

I love this new Science that contradicts everything we have learned and everything I am trying very hard to teach these ‘new’ children, who are for example lacking a sense of time.

Here we are, trying to tell them that time is the measurement of change in relationship to a standard: the concept of the Earth taking 1 year to orbit the Sun and 24 hours to turn around itself. Then we learn from Quantum Mechanics that it isn’t necessarily like that at all.

But then, unfortunately, the majority of us Earthlings hasn’t yet caught up with the dimension that the new generation (or some of them) and so I guess it makes sense to teach them how to fully participate in life. In life on earth that may change soon to reflect their beliefs rather than repeat ours.

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