The natural scale of time for all natural processes

Abstract

We are suggesting that Nature respects a common scale of time in all her processes. The Universal Time Scale (UTS) is a hierarchical scale with a step length of 12.1428.

Here we are considering three direct applications of the UTS improving the theoretical basis of the corresponding scientific research of the 1) natural systematics of the biofrequencies being active in our bodies; 2) theoretical estimation of the age of the largest impact craters on the Earth’s surface; 3) human being evolution during the recent 3.5 milliard years.

We discuss in several chosen details, how such disciplines of our scientific knowledge as medical physics, geophysics, and anthropology, could directly take an advantage of the universality of the proposed scale of time.

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15. The Universal Time Scale

4 thoughts on “15. The Universal Time Scale

  • April 15, 2015 at 10:17
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    A very interesting article, especially the part about the connections between the different frequencies. However, I have a question regarding the biofrequencies. In your article it sounds as if these frequencies were absolutely constant but how about the fact that people are getting older now than for example 200 years ago. Is it just the environmental aspect?

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    • April 15, 2015 at 11:13
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      Dear Caroline,

      you are right, I think really so, as you can read in my answer to Daniel question here below.

      The quantized periods of the Cosmic Hierarchy of the Solar System give the scale of the entire system and its cosmic environment, but the individual members of the system have their own modifications of these periods (and/or frequencies), depending on their actual position and velocity, or simpler, on their energetic state. The same I think about the individual living organisms on Earth, including everyone of us.

      But as you see, the “new paradigm” interpretation of the Unified Physics is still in forming till now, and also your questions and considerations will improve it. Keep doing so, and I thank you very much for the cooperation in this wonderful task.

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  • April 14, 2015 at 07:05
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    I’m not entirely sure if I understand the whole text (in the intended way), but my question would be if these rhythms, which you can all approximately define, may just be more or less random rhythms, too? Obviously there are many many rhythms.
    Or should it be interpreted in the way that rhythms just speed up, intervals shorten, in the development of our universe? Could that be linked to the chaos-theory in that way that higher entropy allows many more things to happen that raise the entropy again, and development/evolution of things because of that speed up?

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    • April 15, 2015 at 11:01
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      Hi, Daniel,
      it’s nice to meet you again on this website. Your questions are always welcome.
      To this specific one: “The intended way” of the unified physics is to change our scientific point of view upon the whole of Nature. This process is simply called as paradigm change. (More details can you find for example in my previous article 4. What is a paradigm in science and how it can be changed?; http://www.openscienceacademy.eu/?p=3136).

      What does it mean practically for scientists, being just observers and “describers” of Nature? We have to leave the most of our “old” habits behind us, on the “old” side of the paradigm boundary, and to begin to form our new habits of thinking about the Nature. One of such new habits is the conviction that all calculations based on the new paradigm, on the Unified Family of all physical quantities are not “approximately” defined (as you supposed in your question), but are extremely precise, as precise as we know the Planck’s constant, for example (within ten or more signs after comma). Therefore, the all rhythms presented on Fig. 1 of the article “The Universal Time Scale” are precise within the same accuracy. They are no random in any way. Of course, each of them can be and surely become modified through the additional (environmental) conditions. For example, your heart-beet depends on your actual state as living organism, on your actual activity, and so on. But there is nothing random in it during the whole of your life.

      The second example of the “ballast”, I left on the “old” side of the paradigm boundary, are all thermodynamical quantities, as entropy, which were nothing but auxiliary and artificial constructions in statistical approach to some better (though still traditional) physics of many material bodies. We don’t need all of them in our unified quantum description of Nature on the “new” side of the paradigm boundary. The same is true for such mathematical extravagance as chaos theory. Nature is never chaotic. Only our knowledge about her, as long as we do not accept all consequences of the paradigm change.

      Dear Daniel, as I see it is not a big problem for you at all, because you are already now on the straight way to the “new” way of thinking. Be courageous enough to ask any further questions, if you are not sure, which “old” habits or customs belong to the ballast we have to abandon for the rest of our life. I hope I can help you in most of your problems. Of course, one day you will (hopefully) find also a way to the next paradigm change. Because, the science development is never ending story.

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