Laws of physics are subject to, and emerge from, time. The brain understands events through a temporal code.
Events in history have unique timestamps. Lee Smolin discusses Albert Einstein's theory of relativity.
Fragmented perceptions are made unified through brain activity. Human agency and dignity are restored through understanding time's unique unfolding.
Human perception of time is not adequately described in existing theories. Consciousness perplexes Lee Smolin.
Time estimations vary in accuracy based on the Scalar Law. Galileo was naturally adept at measuring timing intervals.
The present exists as numerous intervals which are not predetermined. Human brains have a preferred temporal sequence.
Smolin works out an analogy of the Standard Model to population biology. Our known universe creates many black holes.
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In his new book, Time Reborn, controversial theoretical physicist Lee Smolin maintains that time is not an illusion we must overcome, but a reality we must embrace in order to solve the current problems in physics. In conversation with internationally recognized expert on time perception, Warren Meck.
Length: 50 minutes
Copyright date: ©2013
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